As Expected, UCLA Football Drops Out Of The AP Top 25


After being smashed by the Stanford Cardinal 56-35, the UCLA Football team has dropped out of the AP Top 25 Poll.

There really was not any other option for the UCLA Football team in the newest AP Top 25 rankings. Last week, the Bruins were ranked 18th in the nation, but after getting trounced by Stanford (for the eighth consecutive game in a row), UCLA has dropped out of the rankings.

With little wiggle room to move around in the polls, the Bruins did not do themselves any favors in a one-sided battle last Thursday. There were many things that contributed to this loss (injuries, penalties, officials, etc.) but the bottom line is that the Bruins are now 4-2 overall and 1-2 in conference.

With the Pac-12 Conference, as well as the South Division, being absolutely brutal this season, we are seeing how teams are falling left and right.

Though this season is not over, UCLA Football is going to need to make an incredible turnaround if they plan to stay in contention for the Division, at the very least.

As for the other Pac-12 schools, only #3 Utah, #10 Stanford and #20 Cal remain in the AP Poll.

Click HERE for the full Top 25 AP Poll.

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