UCLA falls eight spots to No. 22 in polls

UCLA’s loss to Arizona State dropped the Bruins all the way down to No. 22 in both the Associated Press and USA Today coaches polls — just one spot ahead of USC.

The rivals face off at the Coliseum at 5 p.m. Saturday, with the Trojans opening as 3.5-point favorites.

After Oregon’s upset loss to Arizona, No. 8 Stanford now stands as the Pac-12’s lone top-10 team. The Ducks and ASU sit at 12th and 13th, respectively.

The full AP poll after the jump:
1. Alabama (56), 11-0
2. Florida State (4), 11-0
3. Ohio State, 11-0
4. Auburn, 10-1
5. Missouri, 10-1
6. Clemson, 10-1
7. Oklahoma State, 10-1
8. Stanford, 9-2
9. Baylor, 9-1
10. South Carolina, 9-2
11. Michigan State, 10-1
12. Oregon, 9-2
13. Arizona State, 9-2
14. Wisconsin, 9-2
15. LSU, 8-3
16. Fresno State, 10-0
17. UCF, 9-1
18. Northern Illinois, 11-0
19. Texas A&M, 8-3
20. Oklahoma, 9-2
21. Louisville, 10-1
22. UCLA, 8-3
23. USC, 9-3
24. Duke, 9-2
25. Notre Dame, 8-3

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