Rob Christy-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
WVU moved up to No. 8 in the latest edition of the AP college football rankings.
Here's a look at the AP top 25 for Week 6. WVU jumped up a spot to No. 8 after its 70-63 win over Baylor, while Stanford took a tumble to No. 18 after its 17-13 loss to Washington. Washington, Northwestern and UCLA jumped into the top 25, Oregon State moved up four spots after a win over Arizona, and Florida State and LSU switched places at No. 3 and No. 4. Overall, though, there wasn't a ton of movement in the poll, which isn't a shock, given that there weren't many matchups of ranked teams this week.
Besides West Virginia, other ranked Big 12 schools include Kansas State (No. 7), Texas (No. 11), TCU (No. 15), and Oklahoma (No. 17). Ranked Big Ten schools include Ohio State (No. 12), Nebraska (No. 21) and Northwestern (No. 24). Pitt's Big East conference is represented by Louisville (No. 19) and Rutgers (No. 22).