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Oklahoma State Ranked No. 6 in AP Top 25

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The Cowboys wiped Heinz Field with the Panthers in Mike Gundy’s best Power 5 road win in five years. Oklahoma State has been historically dominant through three weeks and it showed in this week’s polls.

Let’s take a look.

Week 4 AP Top 25
RANK TEAM First Place Points Last week
1 ALABAMA 45 1504 1
2 Clemson 15 1446 3
3 Oklahoma 1 1432 2
4 Penn State 1306 5
5 USC 1241 4
6 Oklahoma State 1154 9
7 Washington 1141 6
8 Michigan 1081 7
9 Wisconsin 1031 10
10 Ohio State 1015 8
11 Georgia 940 13
12 Florida State 922 11
13 Virginia Tech 730 16
14 Miami 606 17
15 AUBURN 596 15
16 TCU 553 20
17 Mississippi State 532  –
18 Washington State 419 21
19 Louisville 356 14
20 Florida 308 24
21 South Florida 272 22
22 San Diego State 201  –
23 Utah 194  –
24 Oregon 158  –
25 LSU 153 12
Who jumped up?

OSU obviously jumped up three spots to No. 6 after its drumming of Pitt on the road. Mississippi State moved up after its win over LSU. TCU got a bump after its three-score win over SMU and now heads into Stillwater for a top-16 Big 12 opener showdown.

Who dropped off?

There was a bit of a shakeup at the bottom of the rankings. Kansas State, Tennessee, UCLA and Stanford all dropped out of the top 25 after Week 3 losses and LSU was taken down a peg as well.

Week 4 Amway Coaches Poll Top 25
Rank Team First place Points Last Week
1 Alabama 59 1618 1
2 Clemson 6 1535 2
3 Oklahoma 0 1505 3
4 Penn State 0 1364 5
5 USC 0 1348 4
6 Washington 0 1277 6
7 Oklahoma State 0 1219 8
8 Michigan 0 1171 7
9 Ohio State 0 1052 9
10 Wisconsin 0 1032 12
11 Florida State 0 985 10
12 Georgia 0 978 13
13 Virginia Tech 0 775 16
14 Miami 0 659 15
15 TCU 0 602 20
16 Auburn 0 555 17
17 South Florida 0 446 21
18 Washington State 0 441 22
19 Mississippi State 0 412 30
20 Louisville 0 382 14
21 Utah 0 324 24
22 Florida 0 312 25
23 LSU 0 243 11
24 Oregon 0 208 28
25 San Diego State 0 141 34
Conclusion

Here’s a look at where OSU has been in each poll.

Preseason Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
AP No. 10 No. 11 No. 9 No. 6
Coaches No. 11 No. 10 No. 8 No. 7

 

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