You didn’t figure there would be a lot of movement in the polls for Oklahoma and there wasn’t following the 59-17 victory against ULM.
The Sooners stand pat at No. 14 in the AP Top 25, while OU actually dropped a spot to No. 14 in the coaches poll.
OU has another major chance to make a huge national impression this upcoming weekend with the long awaited battle against Ohio State.
The Buckeyes, coming off a win against Tulsa, are ranked No. 4 in the coaches poll but were bumped up to No. 3 in the AP Top 25.
It was a tough weekend for the Big 12 with Oklahoma State and TCU both losing at home and both leaving the top 25 in the polls. Texas and Baylor are the lone other Big 12 teams standing in the polls through the first two weeks of the season.