After defeating Stony Brook in Week 3 of the 2021 College Football season, the Oregon Ducks (3-0) moved up one spot in the Associated Press Poll to No. 3.
It's the highest ranking the program has held in the AP Poll since December 2014 following a victory in the Pac-12 Championship. It's also the highest ranking the program has achieved since Marcus Mariota declared for the 2015 NFL Draft.
6. Penn State
7. Texas A&M
10. Ohio State
12. Notre Dame
13. Ole Miss
14. Iowa State
17. Coastal Carolina
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20. Michigan State
21. North Carolina
22. Fresno State
25. Kansas State
Two of Oregon's three victories have come over teams currently ranked: No. 22 Fresno State and No. 10 Ohio State.
The lone ranked team left on Oregon's schedule is No. 24 UCLA who fell 40-37 to Fresno State Saturday night. The Ducks play the Bruins in the Rose Bowl on October 20th.
UCLA is the only other ranked Pac-12 team with Arizona State, USC, and Stanford receiving votes.
Meanwhile, the Ducks remained No. 4 in the AFCA Coaches Poll.
Next, Oregon opens up conference play hosting winless Arizona at Autzen Stadium on Saturday, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. PST.
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