Pac-12 Gets Five In AP Top 25
By Eric Lemus
Sep 10, 2012 - 1:13:39 PM
LOS ANGELES—The UCLA Bruins and Arizona Wildcats have made the AP Top 25 after upset home wins against ranked opponents.
The UCLA Bruins topped the #17 Nebraska Cornhuskers 36-30, while the Arizona Wildcats blew out the #18 Oklahoma State Cowboys 59-38.
The Bruins are in the AP Top 25 for the first time in four seasons and the Wildcats make the list for the first time since 2010. The Bruins make the poll at #22 while the Wildcats slide in at #24.
UCLA and Arizona join the #2 Southern California Trojans, #4 Oregon Ducks, and #21 Stanford Cardinal as the Pac-12 gets five teams in the top 25 in the land.
Saturday, September 15 will see all five ranked Pac-12 teams in action. Oregon will host Tennessee Tech, Arizona will host South Carolina State, and UCLA is also at home against Houston. The big game, however, will take place in Palo Alto, as the Stanford Cardinal will host the USC Trojans in one of the biggest games in the Pac-12 conference this season.
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