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AP Top 25 poll: Oregon and UCLA plummet from top 10 in college football rankings after Week 11 losses

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The highest of the most recent AP High 25 ballot could have stayed the identical after week 11, however there have been quite a lot of modifications within the rankings after three high 11 groups discovered themselves dropping over the weekend. Oregon and UCLA, two leaders within the hunt for the Pac-12 Championship Recreation, suffered brutal losses to Washington and Arizona, respectively. In consequence, the Geese and Bruins dropped from the highest 10. Oregon dropped six locations from No. 6 to No. 12, whereas UCLA dropped seven locations from No. 9 to No. 16.

LSU moved as much as sixth within the place beforehand held by Oregon after a 13-10 win over Arkansas, whereas USC jumped to seventh after crushing Colorado 55-17. Alabama’s 30-24 win over Ole Miss was sufficient to maneuver them up two locations to eighth, and beating Louisville 31-16 helped Clemson again into the highest 10, whereas the Tigers moved up three locations to ninth.

The highest climber on this week’s ballot, nevertheless, was Washington, who moved from No. 24 to No. 15 after his 37-34 win over Eugene. Nonetheless, the Huskies are nonetheless three locations behind the Geese regardless of their head-to-head victory.

The highest 5 of AP’s new High 25 stay the identical as all 5 groups that served. There was no distinction in first place votes, as Georgia as soon as once more acquired 62 out of 63 votes, with Ohio State receiving one. There are 4 newcomers to the vote this week with Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina, Oklahoma State and Oregon State making the minimize. They exchange NC State, Texas, Liberty and Illinois after their Week 11 losses.

Take a look at the complete high 25 beneath voters from the AP ballot. First place votes are in parentheses.

AP High 25 Ballot

1. Georgia (62)
2. State of Ohio (1)
3. Michigan
4. TCU
5. Tennessee
6. LSU
7. USC
8. Alabama
9. Clemson
10. Utah
11. Penn State
12. Oregon
13. North Carolina
14. Good day Miss
15. Washington
16. UCLA
17. UCF
18. Notre Dame
19. State of Kansas
20. State of Florida
21. Tulane
22. Cincinnati
23. Coastal Carolina
24. State of Oklahoma
25. State of Oregon

Others who obtain votes: NC State 77, Texas 65, UTSA 51, Troy 22, Duke 16, Liberty 15, Illinois 13, Minnesota 7, Florida 6, Boise State 5, South Alabama 1

Quit: On the. 17 NC State, No. 18 Texas, No. 19 Liberty, No. 21 Illinois

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