The Jim Mora era at UCLA officially woke up Sunday morning to news that the Bruins were back in the rankings for the first time since 2007.
UCLA's 36-30 win over Nebraska, then ranked No. 16, at the Rose Bowl on Saturday evening vaulted the Bruins (2-0) to No. 22 in the latest Associated Press college football poll.
It marks the first time UCLA has been ranked since it took a No. 7 rating into Utah in 2007, snapping a poll-less streak of 78 weeks.
Upsets around the country caused a significant rearrangement of the latest rankings.
Alabama remained No. 1 in the AP, followed by USC, LSU and Oregon. Florida State and Oklahoma are tied at No. 5, followed by Georgia, South Carolina, West Virginia and Michigan State.