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Oregon reaches No. 7 in AP Poll

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Oregon reaches No. 7 in AP Poll

Oregon reaches No. 7 in AP Poll

The Ducks flew up four spots in the AP Top 25 Poll to number 7 after their last-second win over Washington State on Saturday.

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Oregon reaches No. 7 in AP Poll

A last-second victory against rival washington state on saturday.

Then they could celebrate again when they jumped into the a-p top ten rankings.

[g9]oregon fb jumps into ap top 10-vo with the high ranking also comes the chatter of a potential college football playoff.

Head coach mario cristobal knows his team is still a long way from the postseason -- and addresses his team when the outside noise gets loud.

Mario cristobal says, "i think you quickly acknowledge the fact that it's there, but you also acknowledge the fact that 'ok we're having success, we are clibming but we're also climbing because other teams had some mishaps on saturday.

That's the bottom line.

That's the truth.

Then immediately jump back in the fact that our operation and our process is working because it's as simple as this is the most important game of the year becasue it's the next game."

Auburn, oklahoma and notre dame all fell due to losses.

Notre dame fell the furthest after it's upset loss to michigan, going from eight to sixteen.

Oregon is focused on keeping their win streak intact.

So here is where oregon stands amongst the top 11 teams in the latest a-p poll.

They are the second highest ranked one-loss team.

The ducks actually leap frog the auburn team that beat them in their first game.

The first college football playoff rankings debut after this week's games.

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