Huskies stay No. 6 in AP poll, WSU up to 11th

Huskies stay No. 6 in AP poll, WSU up to 11th

Huskies stay No. 6 in AP poll, WSU up to 11th

Georgia jumped to No. 5 and Washington is still No. 6 - while Michigan, TCU, Wisconsin and Ohio State all moved up a spot to finish off the top 10. As a result, NC State and UCF have made their first appearances in the rankings this season.

The top four teams in the AP ranking - Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Penn State (in order) - did not change. No. 25 LSU is also going to drop from the top 25 after losing at home to Troy on Saturday (Sept. 30).

In the coaches poll, Washington drew 1,352 points and moved up to No. 5 while Washington State collected 952 and moved from No. 16 to No. 11.

OR (4-1, 1-1) received 19 Top 25 votes after a 45-24 win over Cal and Stanford (3-2, 2-1) got eight votes after beating Arizona State 35-24.

The Cougars vaulted five spots in the Associated Press Top 25, checking in at No. 11 in the country when the national poll was released Sunday morning.

- The loss to Washington State caused USC to topple from No. 5 to No. 14.

Alabama (5-0, 2-0 in the SEC) will travel to Texas A&M (4-1, 2-0) this Saturday at 6:15 CT. With USC coming up short against WSU, many Huskies fans feel that the school has earned a spot in the top five.

No. 17 Louisville at No. 24 North Carolina State, Thursday night.

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