The final polls are out, and the Cowboys are in the Top 25 yet again.
Oklahoma State came in at No. 17 in the final 2017 AP Poll, moving up a spot from last week.
The Cowboys are one of only three Big 12 teams in the Top 25. OU occupies the second spot, while TCU sits just outside the Top 10 at No. 12.
The Cowboys are also No. 17 in this poll, moving up a single spot from last week.
They join OU (2) and TCU (13) in the Top 25.
The big question of the day is who would get the No. 4-spot from the College Football Playoff committee. Alabama got the nod, and Ohio State was left on the outside looking in.
Further on down the list, the Cowboys checked in at No. 19. Only one team under No. 16 changed positions, and that was Boise State sneaking into the Top 25, taking the last spot from Fresno State.
OU once again occupies the second spot and will face Georgia in the Rose Bowl, which is one of the national semi-final games this year.
TCU dropped four spots to No. 15 after getting run out of Jerry’s World by OU yesterday.
This will be the last rankings until the end of bowl season. We leave you with this:
With #okstate coming in at No. 17 in the AP Poll, the Cowboys have now been in the Top 25 for 22 straight weeks.— Tyler Wiederhoeft (@TDWiederhoeft) December 3, 2017
The last time they were not in the Top 25 was Week 9 last year. The team was ranked No. 28.
One more ranking this year, post-Bowl games.