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2019 AP Top 25 poll: Oklahoma State gains more votes in Week 4

The Cowboys are the second team on the outside looking in.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 14 Oklahoma State at Tulsa Photo by David Stacy/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Oklahoma State received 51 points in the Associated Press Top 25 college football poll Sunday.

Kansas State (91) and the Cowboys were the first two teams on the outside looking in, while No. 25 TCU made its debut in the top 25 with 104 points. Iowa State, who fell 18-17 at home against rival Iowa, received seven points.

OSU, who had 20 points in the Week 3 AP poll, improved to 3-0 with a 40-21 win Saturday at Tulsa behind Chuba Hubbard’s career-high 256 rushing yards and three touchdowns. The Cowboys open Big 12 play next week in Austin against No. 12 Texas.

The top nine in the top 25 remained the same with Utah and Michigan switching spots for the Utes to be at No. 10. Virginia had the biggest rise from No. 25 to 21. California, Arizona State and TCU make the final three spots after being unranked.

Others receiving votes: Kansas State 91, Oklahoma State 51, Army 50, Michigan State 37, Memphis 26, Wake Forest 14, Brigham Young 12, Iowa State 7, Temple 7, Mississippi State 4, Appalachian State 2, Minnesota 1