PROVO, Utah — Saturday evening’s “Holy Warfare” consequence did not simply finish a 12-year and 9-game streak of the College of Utah beating Brigham Younger College.
The outcome additionally knocked the Utes out of the Related Press High 25 faculty soccer rankings and put the Cougars on the listing.
BYU beat Utah 26-17, thanks largely to QB Jaren Corridor throwing three touchdowns.
The AP ranked the Utes at #24 within the first week of the season — earlier than they’d even performed their first recreation.
After beating Weber State 40-17 in each groups’ season opener on Sept. 2, Utah was moved as much as #21 in Week 2 of the AP’s rankings.
However after the extremely anticipated in-state rivalry recreation, BYU was voted into the High 25 and Utah was bumped out of it.
Week 3 of the AP’s listing has BYU at #23.
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The rankings are determined every week by a panel of 62 sports activities writers and broadcasters from across the nation voting in a ballot. They every select their prime 25 groups, and every #1 vote provides that staff 25 factors. Every #2 vote will get 24 factors, and so forth.
Regardless of the loss, Utah had 9 factors for Week 3. For comparability, nevertheless, top-ranked Alabama had a complete of 1,572.
The Cougars weren’t ranked earlier than this week, however they obtained six factors in Week 1 and 10 in Week 2 after beating the College of Arizona.