UCLA dropped in the AP Top 25, but not by much.

Following the Bruins’ first loss of the season — a 45-30 defeat at Oregon over the weekend — they dropped three spots to No. 12 in the latest media poll, released on Sunday.

UCLA is one of four Pac-12 teams in the top 15 of the poll, joined by No. 8 Oregon, No. 10 USC, and No. 14 Utah. The top six in the poll — Georgia, Ohio State, Tennessee, Michigan, Clemson, and Alabama (in order) — remained unchanged from the previous week.

UCLA stayed inside the top 10 on six different ballots this week. But the Bruins were also placed as low as No. 21 by one voter. Six others had them outside the top 15.

The Bruins (6-1, 3-1 Pac-12) will look to get back on track this week against Stanford (3-4, 1-4 Pac-12). They welcome the Cardinal to the Rose Bowl for a 7:30 p.m. PT kick on ESPN next weekend.

You can see the rest of the AP Top 25 below (with first-place votes in parenthesis):

  1. Georgia (31)
  2. Ohio State (18)
  3. Tennessee (13)
  4. Michigan
  5. Clemson (1)
  6. Alabama
  7. TCU
  8. Oregon
  9. Oklahoma State
  10. USC
  11. Wake Forest
  12. UCLA
  13. Penn State
  14. Utah
  15. Ole Miss
  16. Syracuse
  17. Illinois
  18. LSU
  19. Kentucky
  20. Cincinnati
  21. North Carolina
  22. Kansas State
  23. Tulane
  24. NC State
  25. South Carolina

Receiving votes: Texas 38, Liberty 35, Oregon State 25, Mississippi State 10, Maryland 8, Troy 3, UTSA 1, Arkansas 1, Washington 1, Florida State 1