UNDATED (AP) Oklahoma moves up one spot in this week's Associated Press college football poll.
OU rises from 18th to 17th after beating Texas A&M 17-16 on Saturday. The loss drops the Aggies from 21st to 24th.
Ohio State remains #1 in the poll and received all 65 first place votes. The Buckeyes are the first unanimous choice for the top spot since OU on November 30th, 2003.
Michigan remains 2nd while Louisville jumps from 5th to 3rd and Texas remains at #4.
Tulsa received one point in the poll after losing to Houston.
OU is also 17th in the USA Today coaches poll and Tulsa received 10 points in the coaches voting.