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USA Today/Coaches Poll, Week 10: Pac-12 Teams Shifting Inside Poll

It was a nail biter at the Coliseum Saturday night as the USC Trojans came oh so close to knocking off their Pac-12 rivals the Stanford Cardinal in overtime. That game gave Stanford a little boost in the USA Today/Coaches poll this week as there was a lot of Pac-12 action involved in the poll.

Stanford remained No. 3 in the poll after sneaking past the Trojans, rounding out the top five with LSU and Alabama at No. 1 and 2 respectfully, followed by Oklahoma State and No. 4 and Boise State at No. 5. The Oregon Ducks moved up a spot to No. 6, while Arizona State moved up two spots to No. 18 this week. Washington remained right outside the polls, receiving 38 votes. 

Clemson and Kansas State took the biggest hits this weeks after stunning losses for both schools, moving Clemson from No. 6 to No. 12, and Kansas State  from No. 12 to No. 19. On the other hand,  Georgia Tech and Texas used big Week 9 victories to move back into the top 25, while Texas Tech and Texas A&M fell out of the polls completely this week. 




2 Alabama


3 Stanford


4 Oklahoma State


5 Boise State


6 Oregon


7 Oklahoma


8 Arkansas


9 Nebraska


10 South Carolina


11 Virginia Tech


12 Clemson


13 Michigan


14 Houston


15 Penn State


16 Michigan State 


17 Wisconsin


18 Arizona State


19 Kansas State


20 Georgia


21 West Virginia 


22 Cincinnati


23 Georgia Tech


24 Southern Miss


25 Texas