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2019 AP Top 25 poll: Oklahoma State receives 1 vote after upset of Iowa State in Week 9

Texas drops out of the poll after a loss at TCU.

Oklahoma State v Iowa State Photo by David Purdy/Getty Images

Oklahoma State received one vote in the Associated Press top 25 poll Sunday after beating then-No. 23 Iowa State 34-27 this week in Ames.

The Cowboys (5-3, 2-3 Big 12) dropped two straight at Texas Tech and at home to undefeated Baylor before they upset the Cyclones. OSU hosts TCU, who topped then-No. 15 Texas 37-27 in Fort Worth. The loss dropped the Longhorns out of the poll as the first team on the outside looking in.

LSU is the new No. 1 after a 23-20 win over No. 11 Auburn, who stayed put in the poll. Alabama moved one spot back to No. 2, while No. 3 Ohio State and No. 4 Clemson hold down their spots. Oklahoma dropped five spots to No. 10 after its stunning 48-41 loss at Kansas State, who moved into the top 25 at No. 22. Undefeated Penn State took over the No. 5 spot.

Florida, Oregon, Georgia, Utah and OU round out the top 10 with all of the teams having one loss. No. 12 Baylor, No. 13 Minnesota, No. 15 SMU and No. 20 Appalachian State are all undefeated.

Other receiving votes: Texas 49, Navy 43, UCF 33, Washington 19, Texas A&M 14, USC 11, Louisiana Tech 6, Indiana 4, Pittsburgh 1, Oklahoma State 1, Iowa State 1