College Football Rankings, Week 13: USC Trojans Move Up To No. 15 In Sagarin Computer Ratings

EUGENE, OR - NOVEMBER 19: Quarterback Matt Barkley #7 of the USC Trojans leads the band after the Trojans upset the Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Eugene, Oregon. USC won the game 38-35. (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

The USC Trojans picked up their signature win of the season on Saturday night, a 38-35 victory in Eugene over the No. 4 Oregon Ducks. The college football rankings are out on Sunday, and the Trojans are starting to rise. USC moved up to No. 15 in the Sagarin computer ratings, a rise of two spots from last week.

USC is one of three Pac-12 teams in the top 25, with No. 5 Oregon and the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal joining the Trojans. Here is the Sagarin top 15:

  1. LSU
  2. Alabama
  3. Oklahoma State
  4. Oklahoma
  5. Oregon
  6. Stanford
  7. Arkansas
  8. Boise State
  9. Texas A&M
  10. Kansas State
  11. Missouri
  12. Baylor
  13. Michigan
  14. Georgia
  15. USC

The Trojans host the UCLA Bruins in their season finale next Saturday night. The Bruins are ranked No. 52, and need a win over USC to clinch the Pac-12 South Division and a spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

For more USC football news and information, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles.

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