Oklahoma State is ranked 10th in the latest edition of the AP Top 25, climbing one spot after its 24-3 road win over West Virginia.
Another dominant performance — and some high-ranking upsets — still only resulted in a one-spot climb. OSU is also ranked No. 10 in the AFCA Coaches poll.
Here’s the full AP Top 25.
Elsewhere in the Big 12, Oklahoma stood pat at No. 4 on a bye week and Baylor dropped from 14 to 18 after being upset by TCU. Future Big 12ers BYU and Houston both climbed in the poll and Cincinnati remained at No. 2 after surviving against an unranked Tulsa team.
Michigan State remained in the Top 10 in both polls despite losing to a 5-3 Purdue team. No. 6 Ohio State got a scare from Nebraska and No. 3 Alabama didn’t exactly dominate a 4-4 LSU team.
The Pokes debuted at No. 11 in last week’s College Football Playoff ranking. The committee’s next ranking will be released on Tuesday night on ESPN. It will be interesting to see how much they react to some of those upsets and subpar outings at the top.
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