Unbeaten OSU Moves into Top 10 in AP Ranking

Oklahoma State climbed four spots after climbing out of a hole in Austin.

The Cowboys’ 32-24 win over then No. 25 Texas lands them at No. 8 in this week’s AP Top 25 ranking. It’s a continued climb for the 6-0 Cowboys and their highest rating this season. OSU also climbed to No. 9 in the AFCA Coaches poll.

Here’s a look at the full ranking.

Rank Team  Record Prev Week
1 Georgia 7-0 1
2 Cincinnati 6-0 3
3 Oklahoma 7-0 4
4 Alabama 6-1 5
5 Ohio State 5-1 6
6 Michigan 6-0 8
7 Penn State 5-1 7
8 Oklahoma State 6-0 12
9 Michigan State 7-0 10
10 Oregon 5-1 9
11 Iowa 6-1 2
12 Ole Miss 5-1 13
13 Notre Dame 5-1 14
14 Coastal Carolina 6-0 15
15 Kentucky 6-1 11
16 Wake Forest 6-0 16
17 Texas A&M 5-2 21
18 NC State 5-1 22
19 Auburn 5-2 NR
20 Baylor 6-1 NR
21 Southern Methodist 6-0 23
22 San Diego State 6-0 24
23 Pittsburgh 5-1 NR
24 Texas-San Antonio 7-0 NR
25 Purdue 4-2 NR

Both Big 12 flagships earned Ws yesterday, as did a potential future perennial league power. Oklahoma moved up to 3 after its 52-31 win over TCU, and Cincinnati is now up to No. 2 after beating up on another conference invitee and hanging 56 on UCF. Texas fellow out of the ranking after its second-straight loss, and Baylor is now back in at 20 after its win over BYU.

Iowa stumbled against Purdue (now No. 25) and fell from No. 2 to 11.

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