The Pac-12 once again has six ranked teams in the AP Top 25, released Sunday.

USC is the highest-ranked team in the group, sitting at No. 5 in the media poll. Oregon re-entered the Top 10 after a 20-17 win over Utah, while the Utes dropped four spots to No. 14. Washington moved up three spots to No. 12 after a 54-7 win over Colorado.

UCLA slid just one spot down, to No. 17, after a 48-45 loss to USC at home Saturday evening. Rounding out the Pac-12 contingent was Oregon State, which moved up three spots to No. 22 after beating Arizona State 31-7.

With USC surviving Saturday night while several other top-10 teams faltered, the Trojans could be right on the doorstep of the College Football Playoff. The new CFP rankings drop Tuesday night. Ohio State and Michigan are expected to remain in the top four, but they play each other next weekend. If the Trojans can take down Notre Dame (up to No. 13) at the Coliseum, it could go into the Pac-12 title game with a top-four ranking.

USC’s win over UCLA clinched its spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game. Its opponent is still to be determined. Oregon travels to Corvallis next weekend for another top-25 showdown. The Ducks will snag the second spot with a win.

The rest of the poll can be seen below (with first-place votes in parenthesis):

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

Receiving votes: UTSA 85, South Carolina 44, Troy 34, Boise State 16, Illinois 12, Iowa 5, Louisville 5, South Alabama 3, Mississippi State 3, Oklahoma State 2, Arkansas 2, Purdue 2, Fresno State 1