The newest AP top 25 college football poll is out, and the Pac-12 has some reason to celebrate.

Week one was filled with hand-wringing  after the conference suffered a few upsets to Mountain West teams and Oregon let a potentially big victory slip away against Auburn. But these week has seen a small resurgence despite issues with some of its traditional powers.

Stanford, after starting the season ranked, is now 1-2 after getting dominated by UCF on Saturday. The USC Trojans had a brief stay at the bottom of the rankings last week, falling out after losing in overtime at BYU on Saturday. The Ducks fell one spot to 16th after their 35-3 win over Montana.

But Cal and Arizona State have squeaked in to the rankings after solid showings this week. That gives the Pac-12 six teams (Utah (10), Oregon (16), Washington State (19), Washington (22), Cal (23), Arizona State (24)) in the top 25. See the full rankings below:

1. Clemson

2. Alabama

3. Georgia

4. LSU

5. Oklahoma

6. Ohio State

7. Notre Dame

8. Auburn

9. Florida

10. Utah

11. Michigan

12. Texas

13. Penn State

13. Wisconsin

15. UCF

16. Oregon

17. Texas A&M

18. Iowa

19. Washington State

20. Boise State

21. Virginia

22. Washington

23. California

24. Arizona State

25. TCU