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Oklahoma State Drops in AP, Coaches Poll after Blowout Loss to UCF

The Cowboys remain in the Top 25, but just barely.

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The Cowboys got thumped by the Knights on Saturday, and then they took another beating in the polls on Sunday.

After taking a 45-3 loss to UCF, Oklahoma State fell nine spots from No. 15 in the AP Poll to No. 24. The Cowboys fell from 17th in the Coaches Poll all the way down to 25th. Expect a similar drop in the College Football Playoff rankings when they come out Tuesday night.

The Cowboys weren’t the only Big 12 team to plummet. Kansas fell from 19th all the way out of the AP Poll after its 16-13 loss to unranked Texas Tech.

Elsewhere in the league, Texas stood pat at No. 7 in the AP after defeating TCU 29-26. The Longhorns are now alone in first place in the conference. The Sooners took out all of their Bedlam frustrations on the Mountaineers. OU blew out West Virginia 59-20 in Norman and climbed three spots to No. 14. Kansas State remained at No. 23 from last week despite walloping Baylor 59-25.

Here’s a look at the full ranking by both the AP and Coaches.

AP Ranking Team Coaches Ranking
1 Georgia (54) 1
2 Michigan (7) 2
3 Ohio State (1) 3
4 Florida State 4
5 Washington 5
6 Oregon 6
7 Texas 7
8 Alabama 8
9 Louisville 9
10 Oregon State 10
11 Missouri 11
12 Penn State 12
13 Ole Miss 14
14 Oklahoma 13
15 LSU 15
16 Utah 16
17 Tulane 17
18 James Madison 21
19 Arizona 22
20 Notre Dame 18
21 Tennessee 19
22 North Carolina 20
23 Kansas State 24
24 Oklahoma State 25
25 Liberty

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