The Huskies stay at No. 12 and the Cougars at No. 15 in Associated Press poll.
Washington and Washington State remained in the same spot in the latest Associated Press college football rankings.
The Huskies, who had a bye last week, remained at No. 12 and the Cougars stayed at No. 15 following a 28-0 win over Colorado.
The top eight teams (No. 1 Alabama, No. Penn State, No. 3 Georgia, No. 4 TCU, No. 5 Wisconsin, No. 6 Ohio State, No. 7 Clemson and No. 8 Miami) in the poll remained the same from the previous week.
However, there were slight changes in the top 10.
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No. 9 Notre Dame moved up four spots following a 49-14 win over USC. And No. 10 Oklahoma improved a spot.
Stanford jumped two spots to No. 20 and USC dropped to No. 21 in the AP rankings.
Meanwhile in the Amway Coaches Poll, No. 11 Washington, No. 16 Washington State and No. 20 Stanford moved up slightly and No. 21 USC fell 11 spots.
The College Football Playoff releases the first of six weekly rankings Tuesday Oct. 31.