Sooners Remain 4th, Cowboys Getting More Votes in Polls

Oklahoma remained fourth in both major college football polls released Tuesday, while Oklahoma State got more votes than in the preseason poll after a win at Oregon State in the season opener.

OSU is the equivalent of 33rd in the  Associated Press poll and 31st in the coaches poll.

AP Top 25
RK
TEAM
REC PTS
TREND
1 1-0 1542
2 1-0 1493
3 1-0 1407
4 1-0 1337
5 1-0 1270
6 1-0 1233
7 1-0 1126
8 1-0 1037
1
9 1-0 1032
1
10 1-0 958
6
11 1-0 940
3
12 1-0 862
13 1-0 826
1
14 1-0 768
1
15 1-0 688
16 0-1 568
5
17 1-0 519
2
18 1-0 445
1
19 1-0 409
1
20 1-0 351
21 1-0 246
1
22 1-0 244
1
23 1-0 198
2
24 1-0 179
NR
25 1-0 86
4
1-0 86
1

Others receiving votes: Virginia 73, TCU 61, Mississippi State 50, Cincinnati 48, Army 31, Miami 10, Oklahoma State 8, Memphis 6, Appalachian State 4, Arizona State 4, Minnesota 2, North Carolina 1, USC 1, Boston College 1

Coaches Poll
RK
TEAM
REC PTS
TREND
1 1-0 1594
2 1-0 1540
3 1-0 1435
4 1-0 1395
5 1-0 1340
6 1-0 1260
7 1-0 1155
8 1-0 1055
1
9 1-0 1044
1
10 1-0 990
2
11 1-0 932
12 1-0 868
13 1-0 857
3
14 1-0 774
15 1-0 738
16 1-0 568
1
17 1-0 513
18 0-1 422
5
19 1-0 395
20 1-0 382
21 1-0 324
22 1-0 263
23 1-0 249
24 1-0 164
NR
25 1-0 94
NR

Others receiving votes: Mississippi State 92, Cincinnati 49, Iowa State 41, Kentucky 40, Memphis 34, Oklahoma State 32, Virginia 28, TCU 26, Army 24, NC State 18, Miami 11, Boston College 10, USC 10, Northwestern 7, Appalachian State 4, Arizona State 4, Tulane 4, Fresno State 3, Hawai’i 3, Minnesota 3, North Carolina 2, Troy 2, Wyoming 1, Navy 1

Dropped from rankings: Iowa State 24, Northwestern 25

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