The Pac-12 has five teams ranked in the latest AP Top 25, released on Sunday.

Oregon remains the highest-ranked team of the bunch at No. 8, still in the same spot it was a week ago. The top eight teams remained unchanged from last week, though Tennessee received a few extra votes to move it into a tie with Ohio State for No. 2.

The Ducks (7-1, 5-0 Pac-12) beat Cal on the road 42-24 on Saturday, turning in another fantastic second quarter as quarterback Bo Nix produced another six touchdowns.

USC moved up one spot to No. 9 while UCLA moved up two spots to No. 10. The Trojans (7-1, 5-1 Pac-12) beat Arizona on the road Saturday night, 45-37. The Bruins (7-1, 4-1 Pac-12) smashed Stanford at home 38-13. Quarterback Caleb Williams powered USC with five passing scores. UCLA tailback Zach Charbonnet tied a career-high with 198 rushing yards and three scores in UCLA’s win.

Following its 21-17 road win over Washington State, Utah held firm at No. 12. Though voters were clearly more impressed with Ole Miss’ three-point win over a  3-5 Texas A&M squad than Utah’s road win over Washington State with its backup quarterback, as the Rebels jumped ahead of the Utes (6-2, 4-1 Pac-12).

Oregon State rounded out the Pac-12 contingent in the media poll, checking in a No. 24 after it’s bye week. It’s the first time the Beavers (6-2, 3-2 Pac-12) have appeared in the AP Top 25 since Week 9 of the 2013 season.

The full Top 25 can be seen below:

1. Georgia (30)
2. Ohio State (15)
2. Tennessee (18)
4. Michigan
5. Clemson
6. Alabama
7. TCU
8. Oregon
9. USC
10. UCLA
11. Ole Miss
12. Utah
13. Kansas State
14. Illinois
15. LSU
16. Penn State
17. North Carolina
18. Oklahoma State
19. Tulane
20. Wake Forest
21. NC State
22. Syracuse
23. Liberty
24. Oregon State
25. UCF

Receiving votes: Texas 58, Kentucky 57, Maryland 36, Cincinnati 32, Notre Dame 24, Washington 12, Arkansas 11, Baylor 9, Coastal Carolina 8, Florida State 8, Troy 7, Mississippi State 5, Boise State 4, East Carolina 2, South Carolina 2, Louisville 1, UTSA 1