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Mountaineers Fall Out of Top 10 But Not Top 15

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West Virginia fell to No. 14 in the AP and No. 15 int he Coaches Poll after their 37-20 loss to Oklahoma State

NCAA Football: West Virginia at Oklahoma State Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

Rank AP USA Today
1 Alabama (60) Alabama (63)
2 Michigan Michigan
3 Clemson Clemson (1)
4 Washington Washington
5 Louisville Louisville
6 Ohio State Ohio State
7 Texas A&M Texas A&M
8 Wisconsin Wisconsin
9 Nebraska Florida
10 Florida Nebraska
11 Auburn Oklahoma
12 Oklahoma Auburn
13 Baylor Baylor
14 West Virginia LSU
15 LSU West Virginia
16 Utah Utah
17 Western Michigan North Carolina
18 North Carolina Western Michigan
19 Florida State Florida State
20 Penn State Colorado
21 Colorado Virginia Tech
22 Oklahoma State Oklahoma State
23 Virginia Tech Penn State
24 Boise State Boise State
25 Washington State Washington State
Dropped from rankings Tennessee (18), Navy (22) Tennessee (18), Navy (22), Houston (24)
Others Receiving Votes Houston 65, USC 40, San Diego State 21, Troy 20, Tennessee 17, South Florida 10, Arkansas 7, Wyoming 5, Tulsa 3 Houston 111, Tennessee 38, San Diego State 36, South Florida 34, USC 28, Arkansas 10, Troy 7, Navy 6, Wyoming 5, Middle Tennessee 5, Appalachian State 4, Tulsa 3, Northwestern 3, Minnesota 2, Ole Miss 1, Pittsburgh 1, Louisiana Tech 1

Following the first loss of the season, the Mountaineers dropped 5 spots in both polls. The Mountaineers fell to No. 14 in the AP, No. 15 in the Coaches Poll following their 37-20 loss in Stillwater yesterday. Baylor also lost yesterday and tumbled to Number 13 in both polls. Oklahoma, who has two losses but none in Big 12 play, are ranked ahead of both Baylor and West Virginia at No. 12

Alabama retains its number one position in both polls while Michigan moves up to number two. Clemson is at three and Washington is number 4. Louisville rounds out the top 5.