UCLA Gets Ranked

For the first time in three years, and the first time since Karl Dorrell has been UCLA's head coach, UCLA's football team is now ranked among the top 25 teams in the AP and USA Today Polls...

The last time UCLA was ranked was November 11, 2003, when it was ranked #25 heading into its game USC. It was the last year of Bob Toledo's coaching career at UCLA.

As UCLA remains ranked, you can find the updated rankings every week on the left-hand navigation bar of the front page.

Week 4 AP Top 25
 1. USC (57) 2-0 1,617
 2. Texas (8) 3-0 1,564
 3. LSU 1-0 1,437
 4. Virginia Tech 3-0 1,406
 5. Florida 3-0 1,372
 6. Florida State 3-0 1,246
 7. Georgia 3-0 1,235
 8. Ohio State 2-1 1,127
 9. Louisville 2-0 1,096
10. Tennessee 1-1 929
11. Purdue 2-0 916
12. Miami 1-1 901
13. California 3-0 739
14. Michigan 2-1 702
15. Georgia Tech 3-0 699
16. Notre Dame 2-1 609
17. Michigan State 3-0 500
18. Arizona State 2-1 480
19. Texas Tech 2-0 416
20. Alabama 3-0 298
21. Iowa 2-1 282
22. Iowa State 2-0 245
23. Virginia 2-0 221
24. Oregon 3-0 201
25. UCLA 3-0 185
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES
 
Clemson 177, Boston College 150, Auburn 89,
Wisconsin 76, Minnesota 51,TEXAS AM 50,
Colorado 35, West Virginia 23, Penn State 14,
Fresno State 8, Toledo 6, N.C. State 6, UTEP 6,
Vanderbilt 6, Utah 5.
DROPPED FROM RANKINGS
Boston College 17, Clemson 20, Oklahoma 21,
Fresno State 23.
 
Week 4 USA Today Poll
 1. USC (60) 2-0 1,548
 2. Texas (2) 3-0 1,483
 3. LSU 1-0 1,364
 4. Virginia Tech 3-0 1,350
 5. Florida 3-0 1,292
 6. Georgia 3-0 1,240
 7. Florida State 3-0 1,180
 8. Louisville 2-0 1,035
 9. Ohio State 2-1 972
10. Purdue 2-0 909
11. Tennessee 1-1 863
12. Miami 1-1 852
13. Michigan 2-1 736
14. California 3-0 722
15. Georgia Tech 3-0 654
16. Texas Tech 2-0 523
17. Arizona State 2-1 395
18. Notre Dame 2-1 385
19. Virginia 2-0 358
20. Alabama 3-0 340
21. Iowa 2-1 277
22. Michigan State 3-0 256
23. UCLA 3-0 232
24. Wisconsin 3-0 205
25. Boston College 2-1 163
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES
Oregon 152, Minnesota 130, Auburn 117, Clemson 87, Iowa State 87, Penn State 49, West Virginia 44, Colorado 37, N.C. State 25, TEXAS AM 22, Toledo 15, Utah 9, New Mexico 9, UTEP 8, Vanderbilt 8, Fresno State 7, Oklahoma 4, Bowling Green 3, Wyoming 2, Air Force 1.
DROPPED FROM RANKINGS
Oklahoma 17, Clemson 23, Fresno State 25.

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