There is not a new No.1 in college football. That spot is tightly held by Alabama, which only failed Saturday by not recording its third straight shutout.
There is a new No. 2, however, as Oregon's emphatic 49-0 win over Arizona late Saturday night pushed the Ducks ahead of Louisiana State in Sunday's Associated Press and USA Today coaches' college football polls.
LSU struggled to a 12-10 win at Auburn.
USC stayed at No. 13 in the AP but dropped one position, to No. 13, in the coaches' index. UCLA, a loser at home to Oregon State, dropped out of both polls.
The top six of the AP and USA Today polls are the same. Alabama is first followed by Oregon, LSU, Florida State, Georgia and South Carolina.