College Football Rankings, Week 11: AP knocks Arizona out following humiliating loss

Andrew Fielding-US PRESSWIRE

As you probably guessed, the Arizona Wildcats are no longer in top-25 consideration following their 66-10 loss to the UCLA Bruins Saturday.

The Arizona Wildcats were dropped out of the AP top-25 poll Sunday morning after they were annihilated by the UCLA Bruins, 66-10, the previous day.

The Wildcats still received five votes, making them the 40th best team in the country according to the Associated Press voters. On the flip side, UCLA's enormous effort was rewarded by the voters moving the Bruins up eight spots to No. 15.

As for the rest of the conference, Oregon remains at No. 2 after they handled their business against USC. With their second straight loss, the Trojans dropped down four spots and now rest at No. 21 as the lowest ranked Pac-12 school in the top-25.

Oddly enough, both Stanford and Oregon State were knocked down a few notches despite both teams registering dominating victories. The Cardinal are now at No. 16 after being at No. 14 last week and the Beavers slipped two spots to No. 13.

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