I'm always hesitant on Sundays to write about where Oklahoma falls in the latest editions of the AP and/or Coaches Polls. The AP is completely irrelevant due to their removal of the poll from the BCS calculations. And the Coaches is nearly just as irrelevant, though it's still a part of the BCS equation, due to years of of indisputable proof that those putting it together cannot be taken seriously.
My stance has always been who cares where OU is ranked in either. But I'm aware there are those out there who, for whatever reason, do care. So for those people, here is where the Sooners currently stand as of November 10, 2013.
Oklahoma fell a whopping ten spots in the AP Poll, dropping from No. 12 in last week's edition to No. 22 this week. Sadly, that's probably still too high. And to my point about how worthless....
AP poll logic. Texas (7-2) with six-game win streak is 23rd. Oklahoma (7-2) with 16-point neutral-site loss to Texas, is No. 22.— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) November 10, 2013
Oklahoma didn't fall quite as far or as many places in the Coaches Poll, but still took quite a tumble. Falling from No. 8 last week to No. 17 in this week's edition. One more tweet to help illustrate my point.
Oh, and coaches have Oklahoma at No. 17 and Texas checking in at 24th. Because that's the way polls work.— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) November 10, 2013
Alright, so now you know where OU stands in the polls. My job is done here.