Following their 45-24 loss to the Oregon Ducks Saturday, the Washington Huskies slipped four notches, from 16th to 20th, in the latest Associated Press college football poll released Sunday. The Huskies (4-2, 1-2) have been ranked in the Top 25 for five weeks. In the USA Today/Coaches poll, Washington fell from 19th to 25th.
Oregon remained No. 2 in AP for the fifth consecutive week. UCLA climbed from 11th to ninth and Stanford fell to 13th after losing to Utah. UCLA, Washington and Stanford are the only Pac-12 teams among the top 25.
Washington received 309 points in The Associated Press poll and 137 in the USA Today/Coaches rankings.
The Huskies, outclassed by the No. 2 Ducks Saturday, play at Arizona State Saturday before returning to Husky Stadium Oct. 26 to face the Cal Bears.