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Oklahoma State Faces Huge Drop in AP Poll after Being Shut Out by Kansas State

The Cowboys dropped nine spots in the AP Top 25.



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Things went about as bad as they could have for the Cowboys on their trip to Manhattan on Saturday. And to add insult to injury they were met on Sunday with a huge, albeit expected, drop in the polls.

OSU fell from No. 9 to No. 18 in this week’s AP ranking. The Cowboys similarly dropped from ninth to 18th in the AFCA Coaches poll.

Here’s a look at the full AP ranking

Rank Team
1 Georgia
2 Ohio State
3 Tennessee
4 Michigan
5 Clemson
6 Alabama
8 Oregon
9 Southern California
11 Mississippi
12 Utah
13 Kansas State
14 Illinois
15 LSU
16 Penn State
17 North Carolina
18 Oklahoma State
19 Tulane
20 Wake Forest
21 NC State
22 Syracuse
23 Liberty
24 Oregon State
25 Central Florida

After thumping the Cowboys, the Wildcats climbed nine spots themselves, now sitting at No. 13. TCU remained at seventh after outlasting West Virginia. Texas (58) is one spot out of the Top 25 and Baylor (9) is seventh out.

A pair of future Big 12 schools squared off on Saturday. Central Florida climbed into the final spot of the ranking after knocking Cincinnati out of the ranking.

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