Sooners Plummet, Cowboys Rise in One, Fall in Another Poll

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The new college football polls were released on Tuesday, and as expected, Oklahoma dropped drastically after losing to Houston 33-23 in the season opener last Saturday.

Oklahoma State moved up in one poll and dropped in another, despite a 61-7 rout of Southeastern Louisiana in the season opener on Saturday in Stillwater.

The Sooners fell to 14th in the Associated Press poll and 13th in the coaches poll, dropping from the #3 spot in both polls.

The Cowboys fell one spot to 22nd in the AP poll, while rising two notches in the coaches poll from #19 to #17.

Alabama is number one in both polls.