Longhorns stay put in latest rankings after bye

Without a game this past weekend, the Longhorns didn’t expect to move much in the rankings as they stood pat at No. 12 in the AP Poll. A couple of teams lost, Oklahoma and Clemson, and moved behind Texas while Kansas State and Florida jumped ahead with wins against conference opponents. The biggest jumps forward and backward were results of the same game as Kansas State (No. 15 to No. 7) and the Sooners (from No. 6 to No. 16) essentially just swapped spots in the rankings. Michigan, UCLA and Arizona all fell out of the top 25 with losses.

AP Top 25
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Alabama (59) 4-0 1499
2 Oregon 4-0 1414
3 LSU (1) 4-0 1346
4 Florida State 4-0 1340
5 Georgia 4-0 1245
6 South Carolina 4-0 1147
7 Kansas State 4-0 1067
8 Stanford 3-0 1055
9 West Virginia 3-0 1045
10 Notre Dame 4-0 1003
11 Florida 4-0 864
12 Texas 3-0 856
13 USC 3-1 801
14 Ohio State 4-0 633
15 TCU 3-0 616
16 Oklahoma 2-1 611
17 Clemson 3-1 588
18 Oregon State 2-0 451
19 Louisville 4-0 414
20 Michigan State 3-1 348
21 Mississippi State 4-0 246
22 Nebraska 3-1 179
23 Rutgers 4-0 128
24 Boise State 2-1 114
25 Baylor 3-0 92

The Longhorns also didn’t budge in the USA Today Coaches Poll as they hung tight at No. 10.

USA Today Poll
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Alabama (57) 4-0 1473
2 Oregon 4-0 1371
3 LSU (1) 4-0 1361
4 Florida State (1) 4-0 1306
5 Georgia 4-0 1224
6 South Carolina 4-0 1149
7 West Virginia 3-0 1137
8 Kansas State 4-0 1000
9 Stanford 3-0 949
10 Texas 3-0 924
11 Notre Dame 4-0 836
12 Florida 4-0 817
13 USC 3-1 813
14 TCU 3-0 705
15 Oklahoma 2-1 699
16 Clemson 3-1 560
17 Louisville 4-0 493
18 Michigan State 3-1 404
19 Mississippi State 4-0 349
20 Nebraska 3-1 327
21 Oregon State 2-0 220
22 Oklahoma State 2-1 154
23 Wisconsin 3-1 102
24 Baylor 3-0 101
25 Rutgers 4-0 98
25 Virginia Tech 3-1 98

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