Arizona State fell to the same place as their ranking in the AP Poll, No. 13, in the fourth week of the College Football Playoff rankings. The Sun Devils fell seven spots from No. 6 last week.
Around the rest of the Pac-12, Oregon remained stagnant at No. 2 and UCLA jumped up two spots to No. 9 after a bye week. Arizona dropped one spot to No. 15 after beating Washington on a last second field goal. Casey Skowron was redeemed after missing a field goal in a similar situation against USC.
Utah jumped up to No. 17, up six spots from No. 23 last week. They beat a struggling Stanford team 20-17 last Saturday. Arizona State's loss came as a result of an upset by Oregon State in Corvallis. The Sun Devils fell down early, but slowly chipped away to take a 24-14 lead into halftime. The maroon and gold scored just three points in the second half compared to the Beavers' 21 and lost 35-27.
Arizona State plays Washington State in their final home game of the season Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. on the Pac-12 Network.