Oklahoma State Lands at No. 9 in Final CFP Ranking

The College Football Playoff committee released its final rankings on Sunday, and Oklahoma State landed at No. 9. It’s the highest Oklahoma State has finished in the committee’s ranking since the CFP began in 2014.

At 11-2, after coming up short in the Big 12 Championship (a few excruciating inches short), the Cowboys are headed to a New Year’s Six bowl, to play Notre Dame in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.

The Cowboys also landed at No. 9 in both the AP and AFCA Coaches poll.

Here’s a quick history of the Cowboys in the CFP ranking.

Year Week Ranking
2015 9 14
2015 10 8
2015 11 6
2015 12 11
2015 13 17
2015 Final 16
2016 9 18
2016 10 13
2016 11 11
2016 12 10
2016 13 10
2016 Final 12
2017 9 11
2017 10 15
2017 11 13
2017 12 19
2017 13 19
2017 Final 19
2019 9 23
2019 10 22
2019 11 21
2019 12 21
2019 13 25
2019 Final 25
2020 10 23
2020 11 15
2020 12 22
2020 13 21
2020 Final 21
2021 10 11
2021 11 10
2021 12 9
2021 13 7
2021 14 5
2021 Final  9

Future Big 12 team Cincinnati landed in the committee’s Final Four. The Bearcats are the first Group of Five team to make the playoff.

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