OU up two, OSU down one in new AP football poll

Oklahoma State’s dismantling of Tulsa wasn’t enough to keep the Cowboys in the Top 10 of the latest AP Top 25 college football poll.

OSU (1-0) dropped a spot to No. 11 this week after a 59-24 win over Tulsa.

Oklahoma benefitted from a Florida State loss and a poor USC rushing defense to move up two spots this week to No. 5.

OU (1-0) defeated UTEP last week, 56-7, at home.

Alabama remains the near-unanimous No. 1 team, beating then-No. 3 Florida State in its opener.

FSU fell to No. 10 in the poll, but more troubling for the Seminoles was the loss of starting quarterback, Deondre Francois, to a season-ending knee injury.

Here is the complete poll for Sept. 5, 2017:

1. Alabama (1,524 points, 60 first-place votes)
2. Ohio State (1,445, 1 first-place vote)
3. Clemson (1,317)
4. Penn State (1,303)
5. Oklahoma (1,253)
6. USC (1,224)
7. Washington (1,083)
8. Michigan (1,051)
9. Wisconsin (979)
10. Florida State (976)
11. Oklahoma State (950)
12. LSU (898)
13. Auburn (873)
14. Stanford (772)
15. Georgia (685)
16. Miami Fla. (537)
17. Louisville (529)
18. Virginia Tech (490)
19. Kansas State (398)
20. Washington State (216)
21. South Florida (207)
22. Florida (164)
23. TCU (154)
24. Notre Dame (141)
25. Tennessee (124)