There were a ton of college football points scored in the Los Angeles area on Saturday night, and to the victors go the spoils. By virtue of their 66-10 win over the Arizona Wildcats, the UCLA Bruins moved up eight spots to No. 17 in the latest Associated Press poll. The victory put the Bruins in a place in the polls unfamiliar to UCLA for over a decade.
As Bruins backup quarterback Richard Brehaut put it, "For the 1st time in my college career, we are ranked higher than $C .As an old friend of mine used to say"Great day to be alive an be a bruin."
The Trojans are the highest-ranked three-loss team in the AP poll, which also includes the 6-3 Texas Tech Red Raiders at No. 25. The Pac-12 has five teams in the AP top 25, including No. 2 Oregon. Here's the entire AP Poll: