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Oklahoma State University edges into AP's Top 25 Poll following win against West Virginia

Posted: 1:14 PM, Oct 30, 2016
Updated: 2016-10-30 14:14:57-04

Alabama, Michigan, Clemson and Washington are at the top of The Associated Press Top 25 college football poll and the Big 12 was left without a top-10 team after a weekend during which four unbeaten teams lost.

Two days before the College Football Playoff selection committee unveils its first rankings of the season, the AP Top 25 provided a likely preview.

Alabama is No. 1, receiving all but one of the 61 first-place votes from the media panel. Michigan received a first-place vote. Both No. 3 Clemson and No. 4 Washington won road games against ranked teams Saturday.

West Virginia and Baylor from the Big 12 were not so fortunate. The Mountaineers slipped to No. 14 after their first loss. The Bears dropped to 13th after losing to Texas.

                Record    Pts  Pvs

  1. Alabama (60)         8-0   1,524   1
  2. Michigan (1)         8-0   1,435   2
  3. Clemson              8-0   1,401   3
  4. Washington           8-0   1,369   4
  5. Louisville           7-1   1,262   5
  6. Ohio St.             7-1   1,207   6
  7. Texas A&M        7-1   1,150   9
  8. Wisconsin            6-2   1,122  11
  9. Nebraska             7-1     951   7
  10. Florida              6-1     929  14
  11. Auburn               6-2     927  15
  12. Oklahoma             6-2     835  16
  13. Baylor               6-1     693   8
  14. West Virginia        6-1     620  10
  15. LSU                  5-2     586  19
  16. Utah                 7-2     506  17
  17. W. Michigan          8-0     481  20
  18. North Carolina       6-2     423  21
  19. Florida St.          5-3     409  12
  20. Penn St.             6-2     390  24
  21. Colorado             6-2     375  23
  22. Oklahoma St.         6-2     355   -
  23. Virginia Tech        6-2     345  25
  24. Boise St.            7-1     203  13
  25. Washington St.       6-2     139   -

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