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By Scott Wright Modified: November 10, 2008 at 4:48 am •  Published: November 10, 2008
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photo - Oklahoma State's Dez Bryant (1) and Damian Davis (85) look on from the bench in the 56-20 loss to Texas Tech during the second half of the college football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys (OSU) and the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Jones AT&T Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008, in Lubbock, Tex.  BY CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN  ORG XMIT: KOD
Oklahoma State's Dez Bryant (1) and Damian Davis (85) look on from the bench in the 56-20 loss to Texas Tech during the second half of the college football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys (OSU) and the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Jones AT&T Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008, in Lubbock, Tex. BY CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN ORG XMIT: KOD
STILLWATER — If Oklahoma State fans felt like luck was against them Saturday night, then Sunday afternoon probably justified those feelings.

After Saturday’s 56-20 loss at Texas Tech, the 8-2 Cowboys fell four spots to No. 13 in the Bowl Championship Series standings.

And the Cowboys were passed by the Missouri Tigers, who jumped two spots to No. 12, even though they lost their head-to-head meeting with OSU in October.

But after hurting the Cowboys last week, the computer rankings were more supportive this time. OSU was No. 13 in both human polls, but the Cowboys’ computer average was 11th.

In the Associated Press poll, OSU slipped three spots to No. 11.

Go to Page 20B to see the BCS standings and to Page 19B for the college football polls for this week.


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