UCLA moved up to No. 20 in the latest AP Top 25, released on Sunday.

The Bruins (6-2, 3-2 Pac-12) climbed three spots in the new media poll after a 28-16 win over Colorado at home on Saturday. UCLA put up 487 yards of offense and ran away from the Buffaloes in the fourth quarter. Touchdown runs by TJ Harden and Collin Schlee in the final period pushed UCLA’s lead all the way to 28-9 at one point, and another dominant display from the defensive front helped secure the win.

UCLA held the Buffs to just 3.8 yards a play and 1.6 yards per rushing attempt, and they sacked CU’s Shedeur Sanders seven times.

Up next, the Bruins have a date with one of the hottest teams in the Pac-12 — the Arizona Wildcats. The two will kick off in Tucson at 7:30 p.m. PT on FS1 next Saturday.

UCLA is joined in this week’s poll by No. 5 Washington, No. 6 Oregon, No. 16 Oregon State, No. 18 Utah, and No. 24 USC.

The rest of this week’s AP poll can be found below, with first-place votes in parentheses:

  1. Georgia (48)
  2. Michigan (9)
  3. Ohio State (3)
  4. Florida State (3)
  5. Washington
  6. Oregon
  7. Texas
  8. Alabama
  9. Penn State
  10. Oklahoma
  11. Ole Miss
  12. Notre Dame
  13. LSU
  14. Missouri
  15. Louisville
  16. Oregon State
  17. Air Force
  18. Utah
  19. Tennessee
  20. UCLA
  21. Tulane
  22. Kansas
  23. James Madison
  24. USC
  25. Kansas State

Receiving votes: Oklahoma St. 77, North Carolina 54, Liberty 47, Fresno St. 16, Miami 11, Arizona 6, Toledo 3, Rutgers 2