The Bruins hit a new low in the polls.
UCLA football (3-2, 1-1 Pac-12) fell into the top 25 in the latest AP poll on Sunday after all of the Week 5 contests across the country. The Bruins were previously No. 20 and had been ranked for four straight weeks before their recent loss to Arizona State on Saturday.
The Bruins earned one point in the AP poll, with WUSA-TV sports presenter Darren Haynes the only voter to rank them. They didn’t get a single vote in the USA Today Coaches poll.
UCLA has won at least one more vote in every iteration of the AP poll so far this fall.
Around the Pac-12, Oregon fell from No.3 to No.8 after losing to Stanford, which UCLA had beaten the week before. Arizona State went from receiving the votes to 22nd place after upsetting the Bruins, returning to the top 25 after two weeks away.
Oregon State sits 28th with 27 points, while Stanford tallied 11 points and came in at 32nd.
Fresno State, who was No.18 and beat UCLA two weeks ago, lost to Hawaii and was also out of the standings. LSU was knocking on the top 25 door and was in a position to beat Auburn, but ended up losing and falling off the board.
The full AP poll is as follows, with the first place recordings and votes:
1. Alabama, 5-0 (53 first place votes)
2. Georgia, 5-0 (9)
3. Iowa, 5-0
4. Penn State, 5-0
5. Cincinnati, 4-0
6. Oklahoma, 5-0
7. Ohio State, 4-1
8. Oregon, 4-1
9. Michigan, 5-0
ten. BYU, 5-0
11. Michigan State, 5-0
12. Oklahoma State, 5-0
13. Arkansas, 4-1
14. Notre-Dame, 4-1
15. Coastal Carolina, 5-0
16. Kentucky, 5-0
17. Ole Miss, 3-1
18. Auburn, 4-1
19. Wake Forest, 5-0
20. Florida, 3-2
21. Texas, 4-1
22. Arizona State, 4-1
23. NC state, 4-1
24. SMU, 5-0
25. San Diego State, 4-0
Others who received votes: Clemson 96, Texas A&M 41, Oregon State 27, Baylor 24, Mississippi State 18, Virginia Tech 13, Stanford 11, UTSA 10, Pittsburgh 6, Fresno State 5, Texas Tech 4, Western Michigan 3, Appalachian State 2, Kansas State 2 , Boston College 1, UCLA 1
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