The Oregon Ducks moved up to a season-high position in the polls after beating Colorado.
The Ducks (8-1, 6-0 Pac-12) are ranked No. 5 with 1,258 points in the AP poll and No. 6 with 1,272 points in the AFCA coaches poll following a 49-10 win over the Buffaloes on Saturday.
That’s up from No. 8 in both polls with 1,135 points and 1,118 points, respectively, last week. The Ducks remain the second-highest ranked one-loss team in both polls behind No. 5 Tennessee. The new College Football Playoff rankings, which had UO ranked No. 8 last week, will be released Tuesday.
Oregon hosts No. 24 Washington (7-2, 4-2) on Saturday (4 p.m., FOX).