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CFP Ranking: Oklahoma State Drops to No. 23 in Latest Playoff Poll

The Cowboys are still just inside the Top 25.



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The Cowboys took a decent hit, but they’re still ranked.

After a humbling loss to unranked UCF, Oklahoma State fell from No. 15 to No. 23 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. The Cowboys also fell on Sunday to No. 24 and 25 in the AP and Coaches polls, respectively.

Other Big 12 teams on the move in the CFP ranking are Oklahoma up from 17 to 14 after thumping West Virginia at home and Kansas dropping from 16 to 25 after taking an L to unranked Texas Tech. Kansas State moved from 25th up to 21st after beating Baylor and Texas stayed at No. 7 after beating TCU in a close one.

The Cowboys will look to remain as a consensus Top 25 team when they head to Houston for their final road game against Cougars, Saturday at 3 p.m.

Here’s a look at all three rankings.

Ranking CFP AP Coaches
1 Georgia Georgia (54) Georgia (58)
2 Ohio State Michigan (7) Michigan (3)
3 Michigan Ohio State (1) Ohio State (3)
4 Florida State Florida State (2) Florida State
5 Washington Washington Washington
6 Oregon Oregon Oregon
7 Texas Texas Texas
8 Alabama Alabama Alabama
9 Missouri Louisville Louisville
10 Louisville Oregon State Oregon State
11 Oregon State Missouri Missouri
12 Penn State Penn State Penn State
13 Ole Miss Ole Miss Oklahoma
14 Oklahoma Oklahoma Ole Miss
16 Iowa Utah Utah
17 Arizona Tulane Tulane
18 Tennessee James Madison Notre Dame
19 Notre Dame Arizona Tennessee
20 North Carolina Notre Dame North Carolina
21 Kansas State Tennessee James Madison
22 Utah North Carolina Arizona
23 Oklahoma State Kansas State Iowa
24 Tulane Oklahoma State Kansas State
25 Kansas Liberty Oklahoma State

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