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2020 AP Top 25 poll Week 5: Oklahoma State rises to No. 10

It’s the first time since Nov. 8, 2009, the Cowboys are ranked in the top 25 and Oklahoma is not.

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Oklahoma State climbed seven spots to No. 10 in the Associated Press’ Top 25 poll after a dominant 47-7 win at Kansas. It’s the first time since 2017 that the Cowboys are ranked inside the top 10.

Clemson and Alabama remained Nos. 1-2 in the poll, while Georgia traded spots with Florida at No. 3.

OSU is the top-ranked team in the Big 12 after Texas were upset 33-31 at home by TCU. The Longhorns fell from No. 9 to 22 with the loss. Oklahoma fell out of the top 25 following a 37-30 loss at Iowa State Cyclones, which moved into the top 25 at No. 24.

It’s the first time since Nov. 8, 2009, the Cowboys are ranked in the top 25 and the Sooners are not.

Four Big 12 teams received votes: Kansas State (142), TCU (97), OU (20), West Virginia (13).

The Cowboys have a bye week before they visit Baylor on Oct. 17 in Waco, Texas.

Others receiving votes: Kansas State 142, USC 115, Mississippi State 112, UCF 112, TCU 97, Marshall 49, Tulsa 46, Utah 30, Iowa 26, Coastal Carolina 25, Oklahoma 20, North Carolina State 18, Ole Miss 18, UAB 15, Army 14, West Virginia 13, Memphis 12, Arkansas 11, Pittsburgh 7, Virginia 5, Arizona State 5, Washington 4, Air Force 4, Indiana 1