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Utah Utes defensive back Corrion Ballard celebrates with teammates after intercepting an Arizona pass to seal the game during NCAA football in Tucson on Friday, Sept. 22, 2017.

SALT LAKE CITY — Fresh off a tough 30-24 win over Arizona Friday, Utah has moved up in the major polls.

Utah comes in at No. 20 in the the latest Associated Press Poll, which was released Sunday, which is three spots ahead from last week's rankings when the Utes were at No. 23.

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In the Amway Coaches Poll, the Utes come in at No.19. Utah has jumped two spots from last week's polls.

Along with Utah among Pac-12 teams, USC remains at No. 5, Washington stays at No. 6 and Washington State moves up at No.16 (up two spots) in both polls.

The top five teams in both polls remains the same from last week, starting with Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, Penn State and then the Trojans.

Florida State dropped out of the AP Poll for the first time since 2011 while moving No. 25 in the coaches poll after losing to NC State. TCU and Georgia moved up in the top ten in the AP Poll.