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Reddit's College Football Rankings Week 5

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Was an unimpressive win against an unimpressive team enough to push Oklahoma State into the top 20 or was it enough to just bump them a few spots?

Brett Deering

Oklahoma State played an early season Thursday night game and won against a team that lost to Arkansas. This was enough to move OSU to number 20 in ESPN's power rankings and 21 in the AP Poll, the one that matters, this is also the first time all year in which OSU has a place in the three polls.

Reddit didn't change it up to much, moving OSU to 21 after being at 25 for two straight weeks. The Big12 has five representatives in this weeks polls, FSU falls to fourth and East Carolina is ahead of OSU.

Here are the results:

Rank Team Points
1 Oregon 4719
2 Oklahoma 4681
3 Alabama 4475
4 Florida State 4353
5 Auburn 4300
6 Texas A&M 4004
7 Baylor 3729
8 UCLA 3490
9 Notre Dame 3240
10 Ole Miss 3060
11 Michigan State 2895
12 Mississippi State 2680
13 BYU 2160
14 Georgia 2086
15 Nebraska 2020
16 Stanford 2019
17 LSU 1904
18 Wisconsin 1529
19 USC 1332
20 East Carolina 1092
21 Oklahoma State 834
22 TCU 733
23 Ohio State 731
24 Kansas State 702
25 Arizona 545

Others Receiving Votes: Georgia Tech 466, Missouri 367, Arizona State 357, Marshall 341, South Carolina 259, Clemson 179, Louisville 117, Maryland 96, Arkansas 74, West Virginia 60, Duke 55, North Dakota State 49, Washington 43, Florida 41, Penn State 32, Minnesota 26, Northwestern 24, Rutgers 24, NC State 21, Iowa 18, Utah 17, Tennessee 13, Air Force 10, Arkansas State 9, Memphis 7, Kansas 5, North Carolina 5, California 4, Miami 3, Cincinnati 2, Northern Illinois 2, Michigan 1, Virginia 1, Colorado State 1, Nevada 1, Texas 1