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UCLA Moves Up In Both Polls After Outlasting Colorado

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The Bruins moved up a little in both the AP and Coaches Polls following yesterday's win at the Rose Bowl.

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Yesterday's win, while it may have been ugly, was enough to move the Bruins up in both the AP and the Coaches Polls. UCLA is now ranked #22 in each one.

Speaking of ugly wins, Stanford's win over Washington State saw them drop a spot to #9 in the AP Poll. Utah stayed put at #13 and #14.

For the most part, there wasn't much change in either poll. North Carolina entered both polls after defeating Pitt who, with Duke, dropped out of both polls.

Here are the results from each poll:

AP Points LW Coaches Points LW
1 Ohio State (39) 1465 1 Ohio State (48) 1574 1
2 Baylor (6) 1408 2 Baylor (9) 1481 2
3 Clemson (6) 1381 3 TCU (4) 1441 3
4 LSU (5) 1346 4 LSU (1) 1388 4
5 TCU (4) 1336 5 Clemson (2) 1377 6
6 Michigan State 1249 6 Michigan State 1337 5
7 Alabama 1160 7 Alabama 1223 7
8 Notre Dame 1019 9 Stanford 1069 8
9 Stanford 1014 8 Notre Dame 1068 9
10 Iowa 954 10 Oklahoma State 978 10
11 Florida 923 11 Iowa 968 11
12 Oklahoma State 879 12 Florida 942 12
13 Utah 809 13 Oklahoma 819 13
14 Oklahoma 712 14 Utah 770 14
15 Memphis 683 16 Florida State 693 15
16 Michigan 613 15 Memphis 652 16
17 Florida State 571 17 Michigan 587 17
18 Houston 466 18 Houston 505 19
19 Ole Miss 414 19 Ole Miss 436 21
20 Toledo 366 20 Toledo 396 20
21 North Carolina 248 27 North Carolina 215 28
22 UCLA 190 24 UCLA 199 25
23 Temple 175 21 Temple 164 22
24 Mississippi State 110 25 Texas A&M 148 26
25 Texas A&M 101 26 Mississippi State 104 27

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

Go Bruins.