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Oklahoma State First Team Out of Preseason AP Poll

The Pokes start the year unranked, according to AP voters.

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[Photo via Bruce Waterfield/OSU Athletics]

The Cowboys will start the 2021 season on the outside looking into the AP Poll.

Oklahoma State the first team in the “receiving votes” category in the Preseason AP Poll that released Monday. This comes a week after the Pokes were put at No. 22 in the Preseason Coaches Poll.

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Rank Team
1 Alabama (63)
2 Oklahoma (2)
3 Clemson
4 Ohio State
5 Georgia
6 Texas A&M
7 Iowa State
8 Cincinnati
9 Notre Dame
10 North Carolina
11 Oregon
12 Wisconsin
13 Florida
14 Miami
15 USC
16 LSU
17 Indiana
18 Iowa
19 Penn State
20 Washington
21 Texas
22 Coastal Carolina
23 Louisianna-Lafayette
24 Utah
25 Arizona State

Arizona State had 125 points to OSU’s 107.

The Big 12 has three teams in the poll: No. 2 Oklahoma, No. 7 Iowa State and No. 21 Texas. TCU and West Virginia join OSU in the receiving votes category, as does Boise State, a team the Cowboys play Sept. 18.

It’s just the 10th time OSU has started the year outside of the poll since Mike Gundy took over in 2005. The Cowboys have appeared in the poll for at least a week for every season since 2008.

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