Stanford held on to its No. 5 ranking in the Associated Press Top 25 college football poll released Sunday despite its lackluster performance in a 34-20 victory over Army the day before.
The top five teams all stayed the same, with Alabama ranked No. 1, followed by Oregon, Clemson, Ohio State and the Cardinal. Ohio State beat Cal on Saturday 52-34.
Alabama received all but one first place vote after outlasting Texas A&M 49-42. Oregon got the other first-place vote out of 60 that were cast.
Pac-12 teams did fairly well in this week's poll. UCLA moved up three spots to No. 13 after crushing Nebraska 41-21 on the road, and Washington climbed two spots to No. 17 after beating Illinois 34-24 at Soldier Field in Chicago. Arizona State also made it into the poll at No. 23 after squeaking past Wisconsin 32-30 on Saturday night in Tempe, Ariz.
Stanford hosts Arizona State on Saturday at 4 p.m.
No Mountain West Conference teams made the top 25. Fresno State was No. 27 with 27 points and Boise State received four points.
It was a rough weekend for the Big 10. Nebraska dropped out of the rankings after yielding 38 unanswered points in its loss to UCLA, Michigan plunged from No. 11 to No. 15 after barely beating Akron 28-24, and Wisconsin after dropped four places to No. 24 with the loss to the Sun Devils.