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USC Falls Out of AP Poll Top 25

UCLA moves into the top 10 while Arizona gains three spots and jumps its rivals.

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Following the Trojans' 38-20 Saturday night debacle in the Rose Bowl against UCLA, USC fell back out of the AP Top 25 Poll after just one week in the rankings. After there being six Pac-12 teams ranked last week, there are only four this week as the Trojans and the Utah Utes both dropped out after bad losses.

Oregon tops the list of Pac-12 teams once again, sitting in third behind Florida State and Alabama still. UCLA gained two spot thanks in part to the Ole Miss shutout loss and is now a top 10 team at No. 9. The Arizona schools are both in the top 15 as well. Arizona State struggled with Washington State some and stayed at No. 13 while rival Arizona jumped the Sun Devils, gaining three spots up to No. 12.

UCLA will get an opportunity to lock up the Pac-12 South title with a victory over a struggling Stanford squad while a loss and an Arizona State win over Arizona would give it to the Sun Devils.

AP Coaches Massey composite
1 Florida State Alabama Alabama
2 Alabama Florida State Oregon
3 Oregon Oregon Mississippi State
4 Mississippi State Mississippi State TCU
5 Baylor TCU Georgia
6 TCU Baylor Florida State
7 Ohio State Ohio State Baylor
8 Georgia Michigan State Ohio State
9 UCLA Georgia Ole Miss
10 Michigan State UCLA UCLA
11 Kansas State Kansas State Auburn
12 Arizona Arizona Michigan State
13 Arizona State Arizona State Kansas State
14 Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
15 Auburn Georgia Tech Oklahoma
16 Georgia Tech Auburn Arizona
17 Missouri Missouri Missouri
18 Ole Miss Oklahoma Marshall
19 Marshall Ole Miss Georgia Tech
20 Oklahoma Marshall Arizona State
21 Colorado State Colorado State LSU
22 Minnesota Minnesota Arkansas
23 Clemson Louisville Louisville
24 Louisville Clemson Clemson
25 Boise State Boise State Nebraska
For a composite Top 25, visit SBNation.com