College Football Rankings: UCLA Bruins No. 6 In CBS Sports' Pac-12 Ratings

The UCLA Bruins landed as the sixth-ranked team in the Pac-12 according to CBS Sports, following a 49-28 victory in Week 1 on the road against Rice University.

The Bruins are ranked third out of four California universities, with Cal coming in last in the state competition. Cal was the only Pac-12 team from California that lost in Week 1.

Here are the full Pac-12 rankings:

01. USC Trojans (1-0)
02. Oregon Ducks (1-0)
03. Stanford Cardinal (1-0)
04. Washington Huskies (1-0)
05. Utah Utes (1-0)
06. UCLA Bruins (1-0)
07. Arizona Wildcats (1-0)
08. Arizona State Sun Devils (1-0)
09. Cal Golden Bears (0-1)
10. Washington State Cougars (0-1)
11. Oregon State Beavers (0-0)
12. Colorado Buffaloes (0-1)

Here is what CBS Sports had to say about the Bruins after Week 1.

The only thing more impressive than the performance of Hundley (202 yards passing, 68 yards rushing) was the play of RB Johnathan Franklin. The senior running back opened his season with 215 yards and three touchdowns against Rice. The showing earned Franklin the Pac-12's offensive player of the week award. If UCLA shucks the Cornhuskers Saturday, poll voters might begin to notice there's a team in Los Angeles that's not USC.

For more on the UCLA Bruins football squad, head over to Bruins Nation and join the conversation.

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