UCLA falls from No. 18 to unranked in Associated Press poll

For the first time this season, UCLA is no longer ranked.

The Bruins entered Stanford this past Thursday at No. 18 in the Associated Press poll. A 56-35 loss to the Cardinal dropped them out of the top 25, leaving just three teams in the Pac-12 ranked. The Cardinal jumped five spots to No. 10, while Utah — whom UCLA visits on Nov. 21 — moved up to No. 3.

No. 20 Cal travels down to the Rose Bowl to play the Bruins on Thursday at 6 p.m.

UCLA also fell from 18th to unranked last October, following back-to-back losses to the Utes and Oregon. It moved back to 25th the following week after beating the Bears. The Bruins eventually ended the 2014 season at No. 10.

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