After yesterday's double overtime win in Colorado, we didn't expect UCLA to move up or down substantially in the polls after that "eh" performance. The pollsters agreed, as UCLA holds at 25.
In interesting news, Southern Cal has dropped out of the poll after losing to Utah. Utah moved up to 18. Oregon is 5 in the AP, 6 in the coaches, while Arizona and Arizona state are holding on to 14 and 15.
Mississippi State is still number 1, with Florida State 2, Alabama 3, and Auburn 4, which is unchanged from last week.
|1||Mississippi State||Mississippi State||Alabama|
|2||Florida State||Florida State||Ole Miss|
|5||Michigan State||Oregon||Florida State|
|7||Notre Dame||Ole Miss||Oregon|
|9||Ole Miss||Georgia||Kansas State|
|11||Kansas State||Kansas State||Michigan State|
|13||Ohio State||Ohio State||Arizona State|
|15||Arizona||Arizona State||Notre Dame|
|19||East Carolina||Oklahoma||West Virginia|
|21||Clemson||East Carolina||Ohio State|
In case you're wondering "What the heck is the Massey?" It was one of the rankings that are computer generated that the BCS used. If you'd like more information about the Massey rankings, check this out.
The College Football Playoffs Rankings come out this week.