Oklahoma State enters top five, Oklahoma falls from top 10 in college football rankings – .

Oklahoma State enters top five, Oklahoma falls from top 10 in college football rankings – .

After Oklahoma State upset rival Oklahoma for the first time since 2014 in Bedlam’s annual game, the Cowboys moved up to No. 5 in the Week 13 Coaching Poll. Oklahoma, meanwhile, dropped out. the top 10, falling two places to No.11.

Michigan also jumped three spots to No.3 in the poll, taking over from Ohio State after beating the Buckeyes 42-27 in their first rivalry win since 2011. Ohio State, on the other hand, has lost four places to fall to No. 7. Georgia remains strong. at No. 1 with every first-place vote, while Alabama sits comfortably at No. 2. Cincinnati is at No. 4.

After losing its first game to North Texas, UTSA fell off the ballot. Wisconsin also retired after ruining their chances of playing for a Big Ten Championship by losing to Minnesota in the season finale. Texas A&M dropped nine spots to No. 23 after losing to LSU. Clemson returned to the poll after going unranked a week ago, with Arkansas at No.25.

See the full Top 25 Coaching Survey below. First place votes in brackets.

  1. Georgia (62)
  2. Alabama
  3. Michigan
  4. Cincinnati
  5. Oklahoma State
  6. Our Lady
  7. Ohio state
  8. Be miss
  9. Baylor
  10. Oregon
  11. Oklahoma
  12. Iowa
  13. Michigan State
  14. BYU
  15. Pitt
  16. Houston
  17. Utah
  18. Wake forest
  19. San Diego State
  20. NC state
  21. Louisiana
  22. Kentucky
  23. Texas A&M
  24. Clemson
  25. Arkansas

Abandoned: No. 18 Wisconsin, no. 20 UTSA

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 100; UTSA 36; Appalachian State 30; Air Force 16; Minnesota 13; Purdue 11; State of Utah 8; Coastal Carolina 8; Penn State 5; UCLA 3; State of Fresno 3; State of Mississippi 2.


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