Both Utah and BYU are coming off double-digit wins and that meant a little bit of movement for the two Utah teams in the newest Associated Press and USA Today coaches polls released Sunday.

The Utes jumped one spot to No. 12 in the AP poll after beating Arizona State 34-13 to open Pac-12 play, while the Cougars stayed put at No. 19 after beating Wyoming 38-24.

In the coaches poll, Utah moved up one spot to No. 13 while BYU jumped three spots to No. 20.

One week into conference play, the Pac-12 is in strong position in the polls.

USC, after rallying for a 17-14 win over Oregon State, is No. 6 in both polls.

There are four teams in the Top 15 of the AP poll, including Oregon at No. 13 and Washington at No. 15.

In the coaches poll, the Ducks are No. 15 and the Huskies No. 18.

BYU’s opponent in three weeks, Arkansas, fell out of the Top 10 after losing to Texas A&M. The Razorbacks are now No. 20 in the AP poll and No. 19 in the coaches.

The Top 5 remained the same in both polls: Georgia is No. 1, Alabama is No. 2, Ohio State is No. 3, Michigan is No. 4 and Clemson is No. 5.