OSU Lands at No. 7 in Latest AP Poll

The Cowboys are 10-1 after blanking Texas Tech in Lubbock on Saturday night. And that dominant performance caused the Pokes to climb two spots in this week’s AP Top 25 ranking.

The Cowboys moved from ninth to seventh in the latest AP poll, mirroring their move in the AFCA Coaches poll.

Here’s the complete ranking.

Rank Team  Record Prev Week
1 Georgia 11-0 1
2 Ohio State 10-1 5
3 Alabama 10-1 2
4 Cincinnati 11-0 3
5 Notre Dame 10-1 6
6 Michigan 10-1 8
7 Oklahoma State 10-1 9
8 Ole Miss 9-2 10
9 Baylor 9-2 11
10 Oklahoma 10-1 12
11 Oregon 9-2 4
12 Michigan State 9-2 7
13 BYU 9-2 14
14 Texas A&M 8-3 16
15 UTSA 11-0 15
16 Utah 8-3 24
17 Iowa 9-2 18
18 Wisconsin 8-3 19
19 Houston 10-1 17
20 Pittsburgh 9-2 20
21 Wake Forest 9-2 13
22 San Diego State 10-1 23
23 UL-Lafayette 10-1 22
24 NC State 8-3 25
25 Arkansas 7-4 21

Oklahoma moved from 12 to 10 after taking care of Iowa State in a game that came down to the wire.

This means that both Bedlam schools will meet while ranked in the AP Top 10 for just the third time ever. In 2015, No. 9 Oklahoma State fell to the No. 5 Sooners in Norman. In 1984 No. 3 OSU lost to No. 2 OU, also in Norman. This will be the first Top 10 Bedlam to be played in Stillwater. Bedlam has been between AP ranked opponents 18 times. Ten of those have come during Mike Gundy’s tenure.

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