Washington hangs tough in polls

October, 6, 2013

In a sign of respect for Washington and Stanford, the Huskies only lost one spot in both the AP and coaches' polls on Sunday after the Cardinal's nail-biting 31-28 victory.

The Huskies fell to No. 16 with the AP and No. 19 with the coaches. Stanford remained at No. 5 in both polls, while Oregon remained at No. 2 behind Alabama.

Washington plays host to the Ducks on Saturday.

UCLA rose one spot in the AP poll to No. 11 after winning at Utah. The Bruins remained No. 13 in the coaches poll.

Arizona State, after losing 37-34 to Notre Dame at AT&T Stadium, fell out of the Top 25 for the second time this season.

Ted Miller | email

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