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:
|1||Ohio State (61)||1525||1||Ohio State (63)||1599||1|
|8||Southern Cal||1074||8||Florida State||1090||8|
|11||Florida State||942||10||Notre Dame||909||11|
|16||Texas A&M||629||27||Georgia Tech||651||17|
Disclaimer: UCLA Coach Jim Mora is a voter this year in the USA Today Coaches Poll.