UCLA jumped two spots from No. 18 to No. 16 this week in the Associated Press poll. The Bruins had a bye this week before heading to Lincoln to play No. 23 Nebraska next Saturday.
Notably, USC fell out of the poll after an embarrassing 10-7 loss at home to unranked Washington State.
Other Pac-12 schools in the polls included Oregon at No. 2, Stanford at No. 5, Washington at No. 19, and Arizona State just missing the cut as the school receiving most votes outside of the top 25.
The Bruins also rose to No. 17 in the Coaches poll after slotting in at No. 19 after last week.
Associated Press poll.
UCLA Rises to No. 16 in AP poll
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