Nebraska dropped out of the Associated Press college football poll after its latest humbling loss, and the top of the rankings was unchanged after No. 1 Alabama passed its first big test of the season.
The Cornhuskers, No. 23 last week, are unranked after UCLA won in Lincoln, Neb., 41-21, on Saturday. The Bruins scored the final 38 points. Since Nebraska's record streak of 348 consecutive poll appearances ended in September 2002, there have been only two seasons (2010, '11) in which the Cornhuskers have been ranked every week, starting in the preseason.
The Crimson Tide received all but one of 60 first-place votes from the media panel after beating Texas A&M, 49-42. The Aggies are 10th. The rest of the top five is Oregon, Clemson, Ohio State and Stanford.
The game earned a 9.0 overnight rating and 21 share. The network said Sunday that was the best since a 10.1 for Miami-Notre Dame on Oct. 20, 1990.
The rating was triple that for CBS's first Southeastern Conference broadcast of the season a year ago, a 3.0/7 for Alabama-Arkansas.
B.J. Denker ran for two touchdowns and passed for another, leading host Arizona past outmatched Texas San Antonio, 38-13, late Saturday night.
Denker, the senior who won the off-season competition to succeed Matt Scott at quarterback, had scoring runs of one and 35 yards and threw 13 yards to Samajie Grant for another score as the Wildcats improved to 3-0.
Eric Soza completed 30 of 46 passes for 277 yards with one interception for the Roadrunners (1-2).