Ohio State is No. 1 in the Associated Press poll for the 101st time — tying a record in the poll's 79-year history — but its 38 first-place votes were its fewest of the season.
Four teams drew first-place votes, led by No. 3 Baylor with 10. Florida made the biggest jump in the poll, 14 spots to 11th. Six teams moved up five spots or more after a weekend in which four top-10 teams lost.
Northwestern climbed three spots to 13th. No. 22 Iowa is ranked for the first time since November 2010, and No. 24 Toledo is ranked for the first time since November 2012.
Spartans lose defender
Michigan State senior defensive back RJ Williamson will miss an extended period of time after having surgery Sunday on a torn biceps.
He joins a casualty list that also includes linebacker Ed Davis, defensive back Vayante Copeland and offensive lineman Dennis Finley, who are out for the season, and offensive lineman Jack Conklin and tight end Josiah Price, also went down with injuries recently.
Williamson has intercepted two passes this season.
No. 18 Stanford 55, Arizona 17: Christian McCaffrey ran for 156 yards and a touchdown and Remound Wright scored three times for the host Cardinal (4-1, 3-0 Pac-12). Barry Sanders added a 65-yard touchdown run for Stanford, which scored 40 or more points in three consecutive games for the first time in 14 years. The Cardinal have scored at least 37 points in five straight vs. the Wildcats (3-2, 0-2).
Kevin Hogan threw for 217 yards and two TDs.
• Georgia is sticking with Greyson Lambert as its starting quarterback, coach Mark Richt said, even though Lambert was 10-for-24 for 86 yards in a 38-10 loss to Alabama. Richt also said linebacker Reggie Carter (shoulder surgery) is out for the season.
•Oregon scored a 41-24 victory at Colorado on Saturday night, hours after 14 Ducks players got stuck in an elevator at the team hotel. Several tweeted out photos with firemen who came to the rescue. "We're so used to our elevator that can hold all of us and when I saw everyone get into the first elevator I said, 'Yeah, that's gonna get stuck,'" cornerback Glen Ihenacho said.