Both the AP Poll and Coaches Poll have released their week three Top 25 rankings. The top three remained unchanged in both polls with Ohio State leading the way, but Michigan State bumped Baylor by moving up to fourth in both polls after their 31 to 28 win over Oregon on Saturday night.
Despite the Spartans move up after their statement win, Oklahoma saw little love in the polls after knocking of Tennessee in Knoxville. They remain at 17 in the Coaches, and the AP left them just outside of the top 15 at number 16.
Oklahoma State made their 2015 debut in the polls by claiming the last spot in both. The Cowboys are coming off of a 32 to 8 win over Arkansas State in which Mason Rudolph threw for 401 yards and two touchdowns.
Kansas State and West Virginia both remained knocking on the door, and after a couple of nice wins, Texas Tech received a single vote in the Coaches Poll. Should West Virginia defeat Maryland this weekend they stand a good chance of being the next Big 12 team to jump into the rankings.
|1||Ohio State||Ohio State|
|3||Texas Christian||Texas Christian|
|4||Michigan State||Michigan State|
|6||Florida State||Southern California|
|14||Louisiana State||Georgia Tech|
|25||Oklahoma State||Oklahoma State|