Oklahoma stayed steady in the Top 25 polls released on Sunday, while Oklahoma State tumbled following a closer-than-expected victory over Tulsa.
The Sooners remained No. 3 in the Associated Press and Coaches Top 25 rankings, while OSU dropped to No. 15 and No. 18, respectively, following a 16-7 win over the Golden Hurricane.
The Big Ten Conference, which announced last week that it will begin the season in October, wasn’t included in the AP Poll, but was represented in the Coaches Poll.
The AP’s top five schools remained the same – Clemson, Alabama, OU, Georgia and Florida.
The coaches’ panel also didn’t have changes, with the top five keeping Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma, Georgia and LSU atop the rankings.