Penn State moved up to No. 3 in The Associated Press college football poll, and Washington State and Auburn jumped into the top 10 for the first time this season after six ranked teams lost this past weekend.

Alabama and Clemson still hold the top spots. The top-ranked Crimson Tide received 43 first-place votes in the poll released Sunday, and the second-ranked Tigers had 18.

Penn State has its best ranking since 2008, moving up one spot and taking advantage of the biggest upset of the season so far.

Oklahoma lost at home to Iowa State on Saturday, dropping the Sooners from No. 3 to 12. Michigan also lost for the first time, to Michigan State, and fell from No. 7 to No. 17.

Washington State is No. 8 and Auburn moved up to 10.

Behind Penn State, Georgia at No. 4 and Washington at No. 5 also moved up one spot after convincing victories. TCU moved up two spots to No. 6, followed by Wisconsin, Washington State, Ohio State and Auburn.

Washington State and Washington are in the top 10 together for the first time since Oct. 26, 1997. Back then, Washington was No. 7 and Washington State was No. 10.

Washington, coming off a College Football Playoff appearance last year, has been ranked in the top 10 since preseason. Washington State started this season ranked 24th and has steadily climbed. They followed up a home victory against USC with a blowout victory at Oregon on Saturday night.

There was also lots of turnover in the bottom third of the rankings, with four teams moving in, including three for the first time this season.

No. 21 Michigan State (4-1), after its win at Michigan, is ranked for the first time since last September. The Spartans were one of the most disappointing teams in the country last season, finishing 3-9.

 Stanford (4-2) returned to the rankings at No. 23 after handing Utah its first loss of the season.

 No. 24 Texas Tech (4-1) is ranked for the first time since 2013, Kliff Kingsbury’s first season as coach at his alma mater.

 Unbeaten Navy (5-0) is No. 25. The Midshipmen have made at least one appearance in the Top 25 each of the last three seasons. That hadn’t happened since the 1950s.

MIAMI: Running back Mark Walton’s season is over, with the 11th-ranked Hurricanes saying that their leading rusher will need surgery on his right ankle later this week after he was injured Saturday during a 24-20 win over Florida State.