UCLA football drops out of AP poll, now unranked

It’s official: UCLA football, once ranked No. 7 to start the season, is now unranked in AP Poll.

The drop comes after the Bruins lost to the then-No.12 Oregon Ducks 42-30 at home. Two weeks ago, the Bruins were No. 8, but two straight losses have derailed UCLA’s season hopes.

Prior to Sunday, the Bruins (4-2) had made 24-week consecutive appearances in the polls, previously the eighth-longest active streak in the country.

UCLA also dropped out of the USA Today coaches’ poll.

Meanwhile six other Pac-12 teams were ranked: No. 9 Oregon, No. 16 Arizona, No. 17 Arizona State, No. 20 Utah, No. 22 USC and No. 23 Stanford.

Of the six, UCLA has yet to face Arizona (Nov. 1), USC (Nov. 22) and Stanford (Nov. 28).

Compiled by Chris Kalra, Bruin Sports senior staff.

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