The latest AP Poll sees one team fall out of the Top 25 and three teams remain in. The Oklahoma Sooners lead the Big 12, ranking No. 4 this week, staying at the same position they were last week after beating the Texas Tech Red Raiders 52-21.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys come in at No. 11, which moves the Cowboys up four places, as they’re back to knocking on the door of the Top 10, once again. And then the Baylor Bears, who beat the Texas Longhorns on Saturday, are up two spots to No. 14.
Here’s a full look at the rankings for Week 10.
Week 10 AP Poll
|1. Georgia (63)||8-0|
|5. Michigan State||8-0|
|6. Ohio State||7-1|
|8. Notre Dame||7-1|
|10. Wake Forest||8-0|
|11. Oklahoma State||7-1|
|13. Texas A&M||6-2|
|21. Coastal Carolina||7-1|
|22. Penn State||5-3|
|25. Fresno State||7-2|
As for future Big 12 teams ranked, Cincinnati is at No. 2, while BYU comes in at No. 17. Also of note, No. 20 Houston is ranked for the first time under coach Dana Holgorsen after handing SMU its first loss of the season. The last time the Cougars were in the Top 25 was 2018.
The Big 12 has three teams ranked, which trails the SEC (6) and Big Ten (5). The American has three, while the Pac-12 and ACC has one.
So if you combine the future Big 12, there are five teams ranked (minus Oklahoma), which would be tied with the Big Ten for the second-most teams ranked in the Top 25 of any conference.