Oklahoma loses its #1 ranking in the latest AP Poll

NORMAN, OK - SEPTEMBER 24: Running back Dominique Whaley #8 of the Oklahoma Sooners rushes up field during the second half against the Missouri Tigers on September 24, 2011 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Missouri 34-14. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

After an underwhelming performance Saturday night against the Missouri Tigers coupled with a Top 25 win on the road for the LSU Tigers, Oklahoma has been supplanted as the #1 team in this week's AP Poll.  The Sooners were however able to maintain their #1 ranking in the Coaches Poll.  The top ten (in order) in each were:

AP Poll - LSU, OU, Alabama, Boise State, Oklahoma State, Stanford, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Oregon, and South Carolina

Coaches Poll - OU, Bama, LSU, Stanford, Boise State, OSU, Wisconsin, Nebraska, South Carolina, and Va Tech

You can see both full polls here.

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