Sooners Move Up One Spot In AP Top 25, Cowboys Remain Unranked
TULSA, Oklahoma - In this week's Associated Press Top 25 poll, the Sooners moved up one spot to No. 19 and the Cowboys are still unranked.
The AP released its weekly poll Monday, one day later than usual due to Hurricane Matthew, which delayed the University of South Carolina and Georgia game to Sunday. The Gamecocks fell 28-14 to Georgia.
OU moved up to No. 19 after its 45-40 victory over the University of Texas in Saturday's Red River Rivalry.
The top five teams held steady, with Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, Michigan and Washington in first through fifth, respectively.
Texas A&M jumped two spots to No. 6 and Wisconsin moved up three spots from last week to No. 8.
The Aggies won 45-38 over No. 9 Tennessee in the October 8 matchup with both teams coming in unbeaten. Tennessee held tight at No. 9 this week.
The Seminoles made a huge leap to No. 14, up nine spots since last week after a one-point win Saturday over in-state rival Miami. Miami dropped six spots to No. 16 after that loss.
The Virginia Tech Hokies are ranked No. 17 this week, up eight spots. The Hokies won 34-3 over the University of North Carolina Saturday.
Western Michigan and Navy jump into the poll this week at No. 24 and 25, respectively.
Click here to view the full AP Top 25 Poll.