With a bit of chaos taking place ahead of them over the weekend, the Ducks rose two spots in the latest media poll.

Oregon enters Week 11 ranked No. 6 in the new AP Top 25, released Sunday. The Ducks are the highest-ranked team from the Pac-12, and held ground ahead of LSU, who surged eight spots after beating Alabama in overtime on Saturday.

Oregon is sandwiched between a pair of SEC teams, with Tennessee falling three spots to No. 5 after a 27-13 loss to Georgia and the Tigers rising to No. 7. Georgia and Ohio State held at No. 1 and 2 in the poll, respectively. Michigan sits third and TCU fourth. That quartet represents the last remaining unbeaten teams in the country.

It marks four straight years Oregon has held a top-10 spot in the media poll during the month of November.

The Ducks (8-1, 6-0 Pac-12) blasted Colorado on Saturday 49-10 to stay in pole position in the race to the Pac-12 title game.

Coach Dan Lanning and Co. have engineered eight straight victories since the Week 1 loss to Georgia — all of which have featured at least 41 points from the offense — and are proving more and more every week they’re not anywhere close to the same team.

They’ll have a chance this upcoming weekend to pick up another ranked win when 24th-ranked Washington (7-2, 4-2 Pac-12) comes to town. Kickoff in the game is set for 4 p.m. PT on FOX.

The rest of the AP Top 25 can be seen below (first-place votes are in parenthesis). The Pac-12 has five ranked teams once again, with the Huskies swapping spots with Oregon State.

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

Receiving votes: Cincinnati 74, Kentucky 61, Coastal Carolina 46, Wake Forest 34, Oklahoma State 21, Baylor 19, Kansas 10, Mississippi State 8, South Carolina 6, Troy 5, UTSA 5, Louisville 3, Oregon State 3, San Jose State 1