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FanSided Top 25: Washington Jumps Back In, Pac-12 Now Has 5 Teams In Poll


September 29, 2012; Tucson, AZ, USA; Oregon State Beavers cornerback Rashaad Reynolds (16) defends the pass intended for Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Austin Hill (29) at Arizona Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Scuteri-US PRESSWIRE

From Saturday Blitz, Alabama remains atop the Fansided Top 25 poll after Week 5, though the Crimson Tide shared a few first place votes with Oregon. The Ducks remained in second place after stealing No. 2 billing a week ago from LSU. The Tigers’ slide continued after a too-close-for-comfort defeat of FCS program Towson. LSU drops to No. 4 behind Florida State, which moved to 5-0 with a win at USF.

Georgia was in barking distance of LSU at No. 5. The Dawgs face a critical Week 6 challenge when they face No. 7 South Carolina. Another top 10 match-up for Week 6 is in store, with Texas joining the upper echelon this voting period after its road defeat of Oklahoma State. Washington is back at No. 25 after a dominating defenseive effort to beat Stanford on Thursday, and Oregon State is the surprise of the poll, moving to No. 17 after defeating Arizona in Tuscon.

RankSchoolRecordWeek 6 Opp.Points (1st Place)
1.Alabama5-0Bye472 (17)
2.Oregon5-0vs. #25 Washington447 (2)
3.Florida State5-0@ NC State430
4.LSU5-0@ #11 Florida411
5.Georgia5-0@ #7 South Carolina401
6.West Virginia4-0@ #9 Texas373
7.South Carolina5-0vs. #5 Georgia359
8.Kansas State4-0vs. Kansas345
9.Texas4-0vs. #6 West Virginia302
10.Notre Dame4-0vs. Miami (in Chicago)298
11.Florida4-0vs. #4 LSU270
12.uSC3-1@ Utah (Thurs.)260
13.Ohio State5-0vs. #21 Nebraska242
14.TCU4-0vs. Iowa State221
15.Oklahoma3-1@ Texas Tech202
16.Clemson4-1vs. Georgia Tech188
17.Oregon State3-0vs. Washington State176
19.Stanford3-1vs. Arizona141
20.Mississippi State4-0@ Kentucky125
21.Nebraska4-1@ #13 Ohio State98
22.Rutgers4-0vs. Connecticut55
23.Northwestern5-0@ Penn State45
24.Boise State3-1@ Southern Miss35
25.Washington3-1@ #2 Oregon26

Others Receiving Votes: UCLA 25, Cincinnati 14, Ohio 12, Louisiana Tech 10, Baylor 10, Arizona State 6, Texas Tech 5, Purdue 3, Western Kentucky 3, Miami 2, Arizona 1, Michigan State 1