Oklahoma Sooners, top 7 hold steady in the AP Top 25 after week 3

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The Oklahoma Sooners are playing like a team that could be considered one of the nation’s best by the end of the season. Their 49-14 win over Nebraska is the latest evidence of a new beginning for the Oklahoma Sooners. It was their third 30-point win of the season.

The Sooners held steady at No. 6 in the AP Top 25, similarly to the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll. Unlike the coaches poll, the top seven held their ground this week, with zero movement among those teams.

Georgia remained No. 1, followed by Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan, Clemson and the Oklahoma Sooners.

USC follows the Sooners at No. 7, and Kentucky is at No. 8 following its win over Youngstown State, the home of Bob Stoops. The Oklahoma State Cowboys come in at No. 9, and Arkansas held on against Missouri State to remain in the top 10.

The Oklahoma Sooners welcome the Kansas State Wildcats to Norman for a prime-time matchup next Saturday night. Kansas State is coming off a disappointing loss to the Tulane Green Wave in Manhattan on Saturday.


Sooners dominate, Jayhawks keep winning, Wildcats fall to Tulane: Big 12 Power Rankings after week 3

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