College Football Rankings: USC No. 13, UCLA No. 19 In AP Poll

The USC Trojans suffered an upset on Saturday and, as expected, their standing in this week's college football rankings took quite the hit. The Trojans fell from No. 2 to No. 13 in the AP poll, representing the biggest drop of any team this week.

The Trojans are still in solid standing considering they remain in the top 15 and the team that upset them -- the Stanford Cardinal -- was also given a nice bump in the rankings as they moved up from No. 21 to No. 9 following their upset win. That should help USC in the long run considering their strength of schedule will look a bit better despite the loss.

The other Los Angeles team, the UCLA Bruins, moved up three spots from No. 22 to No. 19 following their 37-6 victory over the Houston Cougars. The Bruins were given 429 votes, putting them 19 tallies behind No. 18 Michigan.

Talk about Woods and Lee with Trojans fans at Conquest Chronicles, talk about how the Cardinal should defend them with Stanford fans at Rule of Tree, and discuss the game in general with Pac-12 fans at Pacific Takes.

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