OU climbs to #2 in both polls

On the heels of a 55-14 dismantling of Washington in Seattle, Oklahoma moved to No. 2 in both the Associated Press and Coaches Polls released Sunday. The position marks Oklahoma's highest ranking since the 2004 season. OU improved to 3-0 with the win against the Huskies and enjoys a bye week before hosting TCU on September 27 in Norman. Please view the complete AP poll here.

Oklahoma AP Poll Notes:
Oklahoma has a long and illustrious history with the Associated Press Poll since the service began in 1936. The Sooners have been ranked in the top five more than any other team and ranked No. 1 for 95 weeks (tied for most weeks with Notre Dame). OU has finished No. 1 in the final poll and crowned national champions by the wire service seven times.

Oklahoma has been ranked in 68% of all weekly AP polls -- more than half the time in the top 10 and one-third of the time in the top five. OU has been ranked among the top two teams in the nation in nearly 20% of the polls and ranked the No. 1 team in the nation in 10% of the polls.

Here is the complete AP Top 25 Poll:

1. USC (61) 2-0
2. Oklahoma 3-0
3. Georgia (2) 3-0
4. Florida (1) 2-0
5. Missouri 3-0
6. LSU 2-0
7. Texas 2-0
8. Wisconsin 3-0
9. Alabama 3-0
10. Auburn 3-0
11. Texas Tech 3-0
12. S. Florida 3-0
13. Ohio St. 2-1
14. BYU 3-0
15. East Carolina 3-0
16. Penn St. 3-0
17. Oregon 3-0
18. Wake Forest 2-0
19. Kansas 2-1
20. Utah 3-0
21. W. Virginia 1-1
22. Illinois 2-1
23. Clemson 2-1
24. Florida St. 2-0
25. Fresno St. 1-1

ARV: Oklahoma St., Nebraska


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