It took five weeks, but the Cowboys are finally getting their due from AP voters.
Oklahoma State broke into the AP’s Top 25 according to the Week 5 poll, debuting at No. 19. The Cowboys were the fourth team out of last week’s poll. OSU has been ranked in the Amway Coaches poll all season and just moved up to No. 18.
Here’s a look at the entire AP ranking.
|23||North Carolina State||3-1||NR|
Around the conference, Kansas State fell from 25th out of the ranking after its loss in Stillwater. Oklahoma dropped from 4 to 6 after its win in Norman (The Sooners didn’t lead West Virginia until making a last-second field goal). Iowa State dropped from 14th all the way out of the Top 25, but was replaced by the Bears that knocked them out and jumped to 21. That will make for a matchup of unbeaten Top 25 teams in Stillwater next weekend when Baylor visits Oklahoma State.
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