had a bye this weekend, let's look at how other teams did, especially in the Pac-12 conference.
There were some surprising upsets this weekend.
TCU beat #15 Texas.
Oklahoma State beat #23 Iowa State
#19 Michigan beat #8 Notre Dame
And #2 LSU barely got by #9 Auburn. It'll be interesting to see if LSU drops in the AP poll a bit.
In the Pac-12, #23 Arizona State was upset by UCLA, 42-32. UCLA has been improving through the season. I'm sure this will bump Arizona State out of the Top 25. I doubt it will bump UCLA into the Top 25.
So there were some upsets this week.
In the Pac-12, pretty much every other game went as expected. The WSU Cougars barely lost to
In the standings, Oregon is still on top of the Pac-12 North. WSU is in last place. My beloved Huskies are still at 2-3 in conference (5-3 overall) and in 4th place (out of six).
In the Pac-12 South, Utah and USC are tied at 4-1 in conference record. Utah has more overall wins at 7-1 while USC is 5-3. UCLA is third in the Pac-12 South. Which is amazing the way their season started.
Well, I was totally wrong. LSU moved up to #1 after beating Auburn. Auburn dropped to #11. Notre Dame dropped from #8 to #16. But Michigan only went from #19 to #14.
Oregon moved into the top 10 to #7. Utah also is in the top ten at #9. They are the only two Pac-12 teams now ranked. At one time (week 4) there were six Pac-12 teams in the tip 25. That's half the conference.
Washington is still not ranked in the top 25, of course, but they did move up to #29.