Alabama is still the top-ranked team in the country after beating LSU, while Stanford is up to 16th after beating Colorado.
Alabama is still No. 1 in the AP Poll after defeating then-fifth-ranked LSU on Saturday night in Death Valley. The Crimson Tide came back to beat the Tigers, 21-17, and improve to 9-0 on the season, keeping them unanimously atop the poll.
Oregon is No. 1 and did make up some ground on the Crimson Tide, mainly by establishing itself as the clear second ranked team in a 62-51 win over USC in Los Angeles. They are still much closer to No. 3 Kansas State than they are Alabama, but they inched a bit closer.
Notre Dame's scare didn't drop them as they held on to beat Pitt in triple overtime. They are still ranked fourth, one spot ahead of Ohio St. and Georgia, who are tied for fifth.
Stanford easily handled Colorado 48-0 over the weekend, but that didn't do them much good. They still dropped a spot to No. 16, one spot ahead of UCLA, which made an eight-spot jump to 17th after thrashing Arizona.
Here's the entire AP Poll: