Southern California dropped nine spots and out of the top 10 in the Associated Press college football poll Sunday, and Washington moved into the rankings for the first time in six years.
A day after the Huskies upset the Trojans, 16-13, on a late field goal, USC fell from No. 3 to No. 12 in the media poll. The Trojans became the second preseason top-five team to lose in the first three weeks of the season. Preseason No. 3 Oklahoma lost its opener to BYU.
Washington, ranked for the first time since Sept. 28, 2003, is No. 24.
No. 1 Florida and No. 2 Texas have held firm to their spots all season. No. 3 Alabama and No. 4 Mississippi moved up one spot in the latest poll, giving the Southeastern Conference three of the top four teams in the nation. Penn State remained No. 5.
Florida received 55 of 60 first-place votes. Texas had two and Alabama received three.
BYU dropped the farthest this week, from seventh to 19th after a 54-28 home loss to Florida State. The Seminoles moved back into the rankings at No. 18.
The rest of the top 10 was California at No. 6, followed by LSU, Boise State, Miami and Oklahoma.
The Hurricanes made the biggest jump of the ranked teams from last week, moving up 11 spots after a 33-17 victory against Georgia Tech.
Miami is in the top 10 for first time since the final regular-season poll of the 2005 season.
Kansas University moved up two spots to No. 20.