College football rankings, week 9: Stanford moves up to No. 19 in AP Poll

Ezra Shaw

Stanford is one of four Pac-12 teams in the AP Top 25 Poll, sitting at No. 19.

The Stanford Cardinal moved up one spot in the latest AP Top 25 Poll from No. 20 to No. 19 after a 21-3 road victory over the Cal Golden Bears.

The Cardinal improved to 5-2 with the win and will next take on the Washington State Cougars.

Stanford is one of four ranked teams from the Pac-12. Oregon remains at No. 2, ahead of the Florida Gators, who defeated South Carolina on Saturday 44-11. Oregon State sits at No. 7 after defeating Utah, and the USC Trojans are No. 10 following a blowout victory over the Colorado Buffaloes.

A complete list of the AP Top 25 is below.

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama 1,499
2 Oregon 1,424
3 Florida 1,380
4 Kansas State 1,333
5 Notre Dame 1,241
6 LSU 1,172
7 Oregon State 1,106
8 Oklahoma 1,065
9 Ohio State 1,028
10 USC 944
11 Florida State 872
12 Georgia 745
13 Mississippi State 739
14 Clemson 713
15 Texas Tech 653
16 Louisville 620
17 South Carolina 591
18 Rutgers 539
19 Stanford 421
20 Michigan 300
21 Boise State 258
22 Texas A&M 252
23 Ohio 181
24 Louisiana Tech 106
25 West Virginia 76

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