Cowboys Move Up To 24th In AP Poll

The college football rankings are out for week five of the season and Oklahoma State moved up one spot in the Associated Press poll from 25th to 24th without doing a thing on Saturday.

The Cowboys, 2-1, are still not ranked in the USA Today Coaches poll but there are receiving votes. In fact, Oklahoma State is now on the verge of the poll as they are the first team in receiving votes, and in essence 26th if the poll were extended.

Below is the top 10 in each poll, the biggest movers and shakers, and the Big 12 teams.
(AP Poll/USA Today Coach's Poll)

Florida State (1st / 1st)
Oregon (2nd / 4th)
Alabama (3rd / 2nd)
Oklahoma (4th / 3rd)
Auburn (5th / 5th)
Texas A&M (6th / 7th)
Baylor (7th / 6th)
Notre Dame (8th / 8th)
Michigan State (9th / 9th)
Mississippi (10th) --)
UCLA (-- / 10th)

Biggest Movers/Losers
Mississippi State (after beating LSU) debuts in both polls (14th / 16th)
LSU (after losing to Mississippi State) falls to (17th / 18th)

Big 12
(besides OU and Baylor>

Oklahoma State (24th / --)
Kansas State (25th / 25th)

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