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Oklahoma Sooners Football stays put at No. 6 in AP Poll

Texas also stayed put at No. 11 after being leapfrogged by Penn State.

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Following a 45-20 win at Kansas, the Oklahoma Sooners stayed put at No. 6 in this week’s AP Poll, holding off a charge from Florida. The Texas Longhorns also held their place this week after being leapfrogged by Penn State.

Full AP 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

Also receiving votes:

Missouri 64, Appalachian State 61, Washington 54, Tulane 25, California 20, Michigan State 17, Arizona 11, UCF 9, USC 5, Iowa State 5, Pitt 2

A few things of note:

  • Following its 31-12 win at Kansas State, Baylor is in the top 25 for the first time since 2016 — Jim Grobe’s season as interim head coach.
  • Georgia and Ohio State are tied at No. 3, which is the poll’s first tie within the top three since Sept. 20, 2015, when TCU and Ole Miss shared the No. 3 spot.
  • Oklahoma and Texas have faced each other as AP top-10 opponents 17 times in their history, and it would’ve been a 18th if not for Penn State edging Texas in voting points by a tally of 958-947. It also would’ve been the first AP top-10 matchup between the schools at the Cotton Bowl since 2008. For the 2018 Big 12 Championship, Texas was ranked No. 9 in the AP Poll but No. 14 in the CFP rankings.