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2019 AP Top 25 poll: Oklahoma State drops out after loss at Texas Tech

The Cowboys do not receive any votes.

NCAA Football: Oklahoma State at Texas Tech Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Oklahoma State fell out of the Associated Press’ top 25 poll and did not receive a single vote Sunday after its 45-35 road loss to unranked Texas Tech.

OSU redshirt freshman quarterback Spencer Sanders was 22 for 37 for 290 passing yards and two touchdowns, but he committed five turnovers with three interceptions and two fumbles. Sophomore running back Chuba Hubbard was one of the few bright spots in the game for the Cowboys (4-2, 1-2 Big 12) with 156 rushing yards and three scores to put him at 1,094 yards as the nation’s top rusher.

The Cowboys have their first of two bye weeks this Saturday before returning to action against Baylor (5-0, 2-0) on Oct. 19 on homecoming. The Bears host Texas Tech (3-1, 1-1) this week.

The top six in the poll remained the same from the previous week with Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, LSU and Oklahoma. Georgia and Ohio State tied for No. 3. Florida moved up three spots to No. 7 after its win over previous No. 7-ranked Auburn. Wisconsin and Notre Dame stayed the same at Nos. 8 and 9, respectively. Penn State moved into the top 10 at No. 10 with its win over Purdue and Auburn’s slide down to No. 12.

Texas holds down the No. 11 spot and Baylor enters the rankings at No. 22. Iowa State received five voting points. Memphis and Cincinnati also entered the top 25.

1. Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Georgia

3. Ohio State

5. LSU

6. Oklahoma

7. Florida

8. Wisconsin

9. Notre Dame

10. Penn State

11. Texas

12. Auburn

13. Oregon

14. Boise State

15. Utah

16. Michigan

17. Iowa

18. Arizona State

19. Wake Forest

20. Virginia

21. SMU

22. Baylor

23. Memphis

24. Texas A&M

25. Cincinnati

Other receiving votes: Missouri (64), Appalachian State (61), Washington (54), Tulane (25), California (20), Michigan State (17), Arizona (11), UCF (9), USC and Iowa State (5), Pittsburgh (2)