Projected Week 6 AP Top 25 Poll

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Despite its 42-7 pasting of Oregon State Saturday night, Washington remained No. 6 in the Associated Press college football rankings released Sunday. Thanks to USC tripping up against Washington State on Friday, the Trojans took a bigger tumble in the poll than any other team.

1, receiving 58 of the 64 first-place votes. There are still a lot of games for both schools to play before that point, but it would be a remarkable game for the Pac-12 Conference if the rivalry game finally meant something on a national stage (again).

Southern California's 30-27 loss at Washington State made room for Georgia to take over at No. 5 after its 41-0 win over Tennessee.

USC (4-1) fell to No. 14 and Utah (4-0), which had a bye last week, stayed at No. 2o. Following Alabama and Clemson are Oklahoma, which lost the first-place vote it got last week, and Penn State.

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In the Coaches Poll, UW moved up to No. 5, USC slipped to No. 15 and Utah jumped to No. 18.

WSU also reached No. 11 in the USA Today Amway Coaches Top 25 poll.

The top four teams remained the same. 2 and 3 respectively.