Oregon Ducks move into Top 25

PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Oregon Ducks moved into the Top 25 for the first time this season in the latest AP poll, released Sunday.

The Ducks, ranked No. 24, are 3-0 after Saturday's 49-13 win against Wyoming. In Saturday's game, Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert outplayed highly touted Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen. Herbert passed for 251 yards and a score and ran for another touchdown, while Allen was held to only 64 yards passing.

Oregon is 3-0 for the first time since 2014 and starts conference play next Saturday at Arizona State.

San Diego State and Utah also made their 2017 debuts in the AP poll. Two Pac-12 teams, Stanford and UCLA, fell out of the poll.

The full poll:

Alabama — 1,504 total points (45 first-place votes)
Clemson — 1,446 (15)
Oklahoma — 1,432 (1)
Penn State — 1,306
USC — 1,241
Oklahoma State — 1,154
Washington — 1,141
Michigan — 1,081
Wisconsin — 1,031
Ohio State — 1,015
Georgia — 940
Florida State — 922
Virginia Tech — 730
Miami — 606
Auburn — 596
TCU — 553
Mississippi State — 532
Washington State — 419
Louisville — 356
Florida — 308
South Florida — 272
San Diego State — 201
Utah — 194
Oregon — 158
LSU — 153

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