Oklahoma State drops to 24 in AP poll; out of Coaches poll
Oklahoma State dropped to No. 24 in the latest Associated Press poll and out of the USA Today Coaches poll following its 51-48 overtime loss to Oklahoma on Saturday in Norman. The Cowboys were previously ranked 22nd in the AP poll and 21st in the Coaches pill.
OSU (7-4, 5-3 Big 12) is the first team receiving votes in the Coaches poll.
The latest BCS standings will be released Sunday night, but the loss to OU esentially eliminated OSU from contention for an at-large BCS bowl berth. The Cowboys were 21st in those rankings before Saturday’s loss, and a team must finish in the top 14 in the final standings to be eligible for an at-large berth.
OSU concludes the regular season Saturday at Baylor, a team coming off a 52-45 overtime win over Texas Tech in Arlington.
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