Oregon sits still once again in latest AP Top 25 poll after Arizona State win
Oregon held its spot at No. 6 in the AP Top 25, released Sunday.
The Ducks remained the highest-ranked one-loss team in the latest media poll after beating Arizona State 49-13 on the road in Week 12. The top five — all unbeaten teams — finally got a shakeup, though. Washington jumped Florida State for No. 4. Ohio State jumped Michigan for No. 2.
Oregon sits right on the edge of the four-team field, and the upcoming week figures to be rather influential on the College Football Playoff race.
Oregon will host Oregon State next Friday in its regular season finale. A win will send the Ducks to Las Vegas to face Washington one more time for the Pac-12 championship.
Michigan and Ohio State, both unbeaten and sitting inside the top four, will play each other in Ann Arbor on Saturday. Florida State will travel to Gainesville, Florida, for a rivalry game with the Gators without starting quarterback Jordan Travis.
Change could be coming. If Oregon wins out, the Ducks could surge into the top four.
Kickoff against the Beavs is set for 5:30 p.m. PT on FOX.
The rest of the AP Top 25 poll can be found below, with first-place votes in parentheses:
- Georgia (61)
- Ohio State (1)
- Florida State
- Penn State
- Ole Miss
- Oregon State
- Notre Dame
- Kansas State
- Oklahoma State
- James Madison
Others receiving votes: Utah 69, NC State 66, UNLV 56, SMU 49, North Carolina 26, Clemson 20, Kansas 7, Fresno St. 6, New Mexico St. 3, UCLA 1, Miami (Ohio) 1, Texas A&M 1