Inadvertently, the newest Associated Press football poll produced some Florida history Sunday.
For the first time ever, UCF and USF both will be ranked — and the 'Noles and Gators both will be unranked — entering their respective season-ending grudge matches this weekend.
The Bulls (9-1) and Knights (10-0), who play for the American Athletic Conference's East Division title Friday in Orlando, both moved up one spot. The Bulls are at No. 22 in the wake of their 27-20 victory Thursday against Tulsa, while the Knights nudged up to No. 13 after a 45-19 win Saturday at Temple.
Meantime, the Gators-'Noles noon showdown Saturday in Gainesville will mark the first time since 2011 that neither team enters the game ranked.
Elsewhere in the poll, Miami (10-0) held at No. 2 after a 44-28 home victory against Virginia. Wisconsin (10-0), the nation's only other unbeaten Power Five team, remained fifth — behind Oklahoma and Clemson, respectively — after a 24-10 victory against Michigan.
Alabama (11-0) remains No. 1 entering its Iron Bowl showdown Saturday against No. 6 Auburn (9-2).