Washington is ranked No. 4 in the latest AP Top 25, released on Sunday.

The Huskies moved one spot in the media poll after beating Oregon State 22-20 in Corvallis Saturday night. They finally jumped unbeaten Florida State, which played North Alabama in Week 12 and lost quarterback Jordan Travis to a serious leg injury.

How will Travis’ injury impact the updated College Football Playoff rankings when they come out next Tuesday? The margin between the Seminoles and the Huskies was already slim, but now it would be hard to make a case against Washington as one of the four best teams in the country.

UW’s win over Oregon State clinched a spot in the Pac-12 title game for coach Kalen DeBoer’s group. The Huskies now hold four wins over teams that were ranked in the AP Top 25 at the time of the game. And two of those wins have come against AP Top 10 teams.

According to ESPN’s Football Power Index, Washington’s strength of record ranks first in the country.

The Huskies will close out the regular season at home next Saturday in the Apple Cup. After that, they’ll meet either Oregon or Arizona in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

The rest of the AP Top 25 for the week can be found below, with first-place votes in parentheses:

  1. Georgia (61)
  2. Ohio State (1)
  3. Michigan
  4. Washington
  5. Florida State
  6. Oregon
  7. Texas
  8. Alabama
  9. Louisville
  10. Missouri
  11. Penn State
  12. Ole Miss
  13. Oklahoma
  14. LSU
  15. Oregon State
  16. Arizona
  17. Notre Dame
  18. Tulane
  19. Kansas State
  20. Iowa
  21. Oklahoma State
  22. Liberty
  23. Toledo
  24. James Madison
  25. Tennessee

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