Utah and BYU moved in opposite directions in the latest Associated Press and USA Today coaches polls, released Sunday.

The Utes jumped one spot to No. 13 in the AP and one to No. 14 in the coaches after Utah beat San Diego State 35-7 late Saturday night.

BYU lost to Oregon 41-20 in one of Week 3’s matchups between Top 25 teams. The Cougars fell seven spots to No. 19 in the AP poll and nine spots to No. 23 in the coaches poll

The Ducks are No. 15 in the AP and No. 18 in the coaches after beating BYU.

The Pac-12 has four teams ranked now, with Washington jumping into the polls (No. 18 in the AP, No. 24 in the coaches) after beating ranked Michigan State 39-28.

USC continues to be the highest ranked Pac-12 team — at No. 7 in both polls — after beating Fresno State 45-17.

Georgia leapfrogged Alabama for the top spot in the coaches poll, giving both polls the same top 5: Georgia at No. 1, Alabama at No. 2, Ohio State at No. 3, Michigan at No. 4 and Clemson at No. 5.

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