AP Poll: Washington stands pat in rankings after bye week

In the latest  Associated Press poll released Sunday, the Washington Huskies dropped to / stood pat at No. 12 after its bye week. They were jumped in the polls by Notre Dame, which demolished fellow Pac-12 foe USC 49-14 in South Bend on Saturday.

The Huskies dropped seven spots to No. 12 last week, after falling 13-7 to Arizona State on Oct. 15. This week, they received 836 votes and ranked just behind No. 11 Oklahoma State and ahead of No. 13 Virginia Tech.

The Huskies were one of several ranked teams on a bye in Week 8, including No. 3 Georgia, No. 7 Clemson, No. 6 Ohio State and No. 20 Stanford

Washington is also ranked No. 11  in the Week 9   Amway Coaches Poll.

With USC’s loss, Washington is once again the highest ranked Pac-12 team, ahead of No. 15 Washington State, No. 20 Stanford and No. 21 USC.

Washington is hosting UCLA and Oregon the next two weeks and then traveling to Palo Alto to face No. 20 Stanford.

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