Sooners, Cowboys drop in AP poll after first week of college football season

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NORMAN, Okla. – College football fans across Oklahoma had two different reactions to the start of the season last weekend.

While Oklahoma State fans were celebrating a huge win over Southeastern Louisiana, OU fans were wondering what went wrong against Houston.

The Associated Press released its Top 25 rankings following the first week, which led to a few changes in the list.

The Oklahoma Sooners started the season as the third ranked team in the country.

However, the 33-23 loss to Houston to kick off the season led the team to fall to No. 14 in the polls.

On the other hand, the University of Houston jumped from No. 15 to No. 6 after their big win.

Despite a blowout win in Stillwater, the OSU Cowboys dropped one spot in the polls to No. 22.

Its previous spot was given to LSU, who suffered a devastating 16-14 loss to unranked Wisconsin.