NCAA football rankings, Week 6: Half of Pac-12 ranked as Washington, UCLA enter AP Top 25

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The Pac-12 landed six teams in this week's AP Top 25 after a big weekend in conference play.

The Washington Huskies and UCLA Bruins entered the AP Top 25 on Sunday after big victories during Week 5 of the college football schedule. Oregon, USC, Oregon State and Stanford join the two newcomers as ranked Pac-12 schools.

Washington defeated Stanford on Thursday night, 17-13, to knock the Cardinal, who were previously ranked No. 8, down ten spots. The Huskies are in at No. 23. Meanwhile, UCLA's convincing 42-14 road win over Colorado put the Bruins back into the rankings at No. 25, a week after a loss to Oregon State knocked them out.

Oregon held steady as the country's second-ranked team after a blowout win over Washington State, as did USC during a bye week. Oregon State jumped four spots to No. 14 after a thrilling 38-35 victory at Arizona.

The Mountain West Conference is without a ranked team, as Boise State fell from the AP Top 25 after a close win at New Mexico. The Broncos are still hanging on by a thread in the USA Today poll as its 25th-ranked team.

Here is this week's full AP Top 25:


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