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There is no change in this week’s AP Top-5, Associated Press, college football poll, but there is a lot of movement in the top-20.

Alabama and Clemson remain number one and two, with Ohio State third, Penn State fourth, and USC 5th.

The Washington Huskies move up one notch and are rated 6th in the nation followed by Georgia who jumps 4 spots to number-7.

Michigan remains rated 8th and TCU bumps up 4 spots to number-9, and Wisconsin is 10th.

The Cougars who are undefeated at 4-and-0 climb two spots as Washington State is ranked 16th.  Utah is 20th and Oregon falls out of the top-25 after its loss at Arizona State.

This week in the Pac-12 on Friday night, Washington State hosts USC. On Saturday night…The Ducks entertain Cal at 730pm and the Beavers host 6th ranked Washington in a 5pm kickoff in Corvallis.

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