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UCLA Football Ranked #13 In AP and Coaches Polls After First Game

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UCLA stays put in the AP poll while moving up a spot in the USA Today Coaches poll.

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There was very little movement in both polls following week 1 of the 2015 College Football season.

UCLA remained at #13 in the AP poll but substantially closed the gap between them and #12 Clemson. Meanwhile, the Bruins moved up one spot in the USA Today Coaches Poll from #14 to #13.

Ohio State remains firmly entrenched atop both polls with only 1 voter in the Coaches poll putting any team besides Ohio State as number 1. That vote went to Alabama.

In the Pac-12, Oregon stayed put at #7 in the AP Poll and #5 in the Coaches Poll. Southern Cal didn't move either. Arizona came in at #22 in the AP Poll and #20 in the Coaches Poll. Utah moved up after beating Michigan to take the #24 and #25 places, respectfully.

Todd Graham and ASU dropped out of the Top 25 in both polls after losing to Texas A&M.

Here are the results from each poll:

AP Points LW Coaches Points LW
1 Ohio State (61) 1525 1 Ohio State (63) 1599 1
2 Alabama 1420 3 Alabama (1) 1485 3
3 TCU 1365 2 TCU 1464 2
4 Baylor 1251 4 Baylor 1349 4
5 Michigan State 1198 5 Oregon 1279 5
6 Auburn 1166 6 Michigan State 1252 6
7 Oregon 1081 7 Auburn 1190 7
8 Southern Cal 1074 8 Florida State 1090 8
9 Notre Dame 1061 11 Georgia 1075 9
10 Georgia 981 9 Southern Cal 1035 10
11 Florida State 942 10 Notre Dame 909 11
12 Clemson 862 12 Clemson 856 12
13 UCLA 833 13 UCLA 801 14
14 LSU 653 14 Ole Miss 735 15
15 Georgia Tech 636 16 LSU 734 13
16 Texas A&M 629 27 Georgia Tech 651 17
17 Ole Miss 600 17 Oklahoma 541 19
18 Arkansas 480 18 Arkansas 495 20
19 Oklahoma 469 19 Texas A&M 418 27
20 Boise State 279 23 Arizona 336 22
21 Missouri 274 24 Missouri 301 23
22 Arizona 259 22 Boise State 277 24
23 Tennessee 169 25 Tennessee 212 25
24 Utah 137 30 Wisconsin 108 18
25 Mississippi State 104 26 Utah 106 30

Disclaimer: UCLA Coach Jim Mora is a voter this year in the USA Today Coaches Poll.

Go Bruins!!!