Utah jumped to No. 11 in both polls — moving up one spot in the AP and two spots in the coaches poll — after easily handling Oregon State 42-16.
BYU, meanwhile, moved up to No. 16 in both polls — up three spots in the AP and four in the coaches — following its 38-26 win over instate rival Utah State.
There was a major shakeup in the bottom half of the coaches poll, after 10 ranked teams in both polls lost this past week — five of those teams lost against other ranked opponents.
That helped play into both the Utes’ and Cougars’ movement in this week’s poll.
Utah moved ahead of Kentucky and NC State, who lost to Ole Miss and Clemson, respectively, in both polls.
BYU received more help, as Baylor, Washington, Arkansas and Oklahoma all moved below the Cougars after losing.
UCLA, which beat Washington 40-32, jumped into the polls at No. 18 in the AP poll at No. 19 in the coaches. The Bruins host the Utes next Saturday.
The Huskies, meanwhile, fell to No. 21 in the AP poll and No. 24 in the coaches.
USC and Oregon — at No. 6 and No. 12, respectively, in both polls — are the other Pac-12 teams ranked.
Arkansas, which plays at BYU on Oct. 15, fell out of the AP Top 25 and to No. 25 in the coaches poll after losing to Alabama.
The Crimson Tide leapfrogged Georgia in both polls to overtake the No. 1 spot. Following Georgia at No. 2, the rest of the Top 5 stayed the same in both polls with Ohio State at No. 3, Michigan at No. 4 and Clemson at No. 5.