USC's 30-13 season-opening victory over Hawaii apparently impressed voters in the USA Today coaches poll but not voters in the Associated Press media poll.
The Trojans, who were No. 24 in both preseason polls, moved up to No. 22 in the coaches poll but slipped to No. 25 in the AP poll.Times reporters do not vote in polls.
The Trojans are one of five Pac-12 Conference schools in the polls.
Oregon is third, Stanford fourth, UCLA 18th and Washington 23rd in the coaches poll.USC plays Washington State on Saturday in their Pac-12 Conference opener.