Oklahoma No. 1 in AP poll for 100th time; OSU rises a spot to No. 8

By RALPH D. RUSSO , AP College Football Writer Published: September 11, 2011
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Also moving into the rankings this week was No. 22 Arizona State, which beat Missouri 37-30 in overtime on Friday.

Missouri and Penn State fell out of the Top 25.

The rest of the top 10 had Stanford at No. 6, followed by Wisconsin, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and Nebraska.

No. 11 South Carolina moved up a spot after beating Georgia 45-42 on the strength of three nonoffensive touchdowns.

Oregon was No. 12, with Virginia Tech at 13, Arkansas 14 and Michigan State 15.

No. 16 Florida, Ohio State, West Virginia, Baylor and South Florida round out the top 20.

Joining Auburn and Arizona State in the final five were No. 23 TCU, No. 24 Texas and No. 25 Mississippi State, which fell nine spots.

Associated Press Top 25

Record

Pts

Pv

1. Oklahoma (32)

1-0

1,441

1

2. Alabama (9)

2-0

1,422

3

3. LSU (17)

2-0

1,416

2

4. Boise St. (2)

1-0

1,309

4

5. Florida St.

2-0

1,194

5

6. Stanford

2-0

1,161

6

7. Wisconsin

2-0

1,091

8

8. Oklahoma St.

2-0

1,034

9

9. Texas A&M

1-0

1,023

7

10. Nebraska

2-0

893

10

11. South Carolina

2-0

888

12

12. Oregon

1-1

848

13

13. Virginia Tech

2-0

830

11

14. Arkansas

2-0

768

14

15. Michigan St.

2-0

598

17

16. Florida

2-0

511

18

17. Ohio St.

2-0

461

15

18. West Virginia

2-0

419

19

19. Baylor

1-0

374

20

20. South Florida

2-0

347

22

21. Auburn

2-0

343

NR

22. Arizona St.

2-0

306

NR

23. TCU

1-1

166

25

24. Texas

2-0

153

24

25. Mississippi St.

1-1

128

16



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