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OSU Remains at No. 14 in Polls, Setting Up Top 20 Bedlam Matchup

Both schools retained their ranking during the bye week before the Bedlam.



The Cowboys remain at No. 14 this week according to the Associated Press and dropped a spot in the Amway Coaches poll after an off week.

Oklahoma State’s next opponent, Oklahoma, also remained at last week’s ranking of 18th in the AP poll, while rising to 17th according to the coaches, setting up a ranked-on-ranked rivalry game this coming Saturday.

This will be the seventh top 20 Bedlam matchup during the Mike Gundy era.

Let’s take at the Week 11 polls.

AP Poll Coaches Poll Team
1 Alabama 1 Alabama
2 Notre Dame 2 Notre Dame
3 Ohio State 3 Ohio State
4 Clemson 4 Clemson
5 Texas A&M 5 Florida
6 Florida 6 Texas A&M
7 Cincinnati 7 Cincinnati
8 Brigham Young 8 Brigham Young
9 Indiana 9 Miami (FL.)
10 Wisconsin 10 Indiana
11 Oregon 11 Georgia
12 Miami (FL.) 12 Wisconsin
13 Georgia 13 Oregon
14 Oklahoma State 14 Oklahoma State
15 Coastal Carolina 15 Marshall
15 Marshall 16 Iowa State
17 Iowa State 17 Oklahoma
18 Oklahoma 18 Coastal Carolina
19 Northwestern 19 Southern California
20 Southern California 20 Northwestern
21 Liberty 21 Auburn
22 Texas 22 Liberty
23 Auburn 23 Texas
24 UL Lafayette 24 North Carolina
25 Tulsa 25 UL Lafayette
Big 12 and Local Rankings

Texas dropped one spot in the AP and climbed one in the Coaches poll while Iowa State remained constant in both while both schools also had the weekend off. Tulsa debuted in the AP ranking at No. 25. The Golden Hurricane is undefeated since its season-opening loss to Oklahoma State.

More on Bedlam in the Rankings

Gundy has brought a ranked team to the in-state brawl 10 times, with nine of those being ranked-on-ranked matchups. Before his tenure, OSU was ranked in the AP Top 25 just 10 times total when it faced Oklahoma, dating back to 1945.

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