NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma moved up to No. 3 in the latest polls released Sunday afternoon. The Sooners (9-1) rose one spot in the AP, Coaches and Harris polls after then-No. 1 Ohio State dropped a 28-21 decision at home against Illinois. OU defeated Baylor, 52-21, Saturday night at Owen Field.
 
OU, trailing only No. 1 LSU (9-1) and No. 2 Oregon (8-1), leads a trio of Big 12 teams in the top six. Undefeated Kansas (10-0) is at No. 4 with Missouri (9-1) at No. 6. Mizzou's loss at Oklahoma is the Tigers' only blemish. Texas (9-2) was ranked No. 11-12 in the three polls.
 
Sunday also marked the 351st week that Oklahoma was ranked in the top five of the AP poll. Initiated in 1936, the AP has issued 966 weekly polls to date. In more than one-third of the polls (36%), Oklahoma has been ranked in the top five. No team in college football history has been ranked more times in the AP top five than Oklahoma. OU and Notre Dame are tied for the most weeks ranked No. 1 at 95 each.
OU All-Time in the AP Poll | Oklahoma Football History & Tradition
 
 AP Top 25
 
 Coaches Top 25
 
 Harris Poll
1
 LSU (40)  1,590
2
 Oregon (22)  1,574
3
 Oklahoma (1)  1,471
4
 Kansas (1)  1,439
5
 West Virginia (1)  1,340
6
 Missouri  1,336
7
 Ohio State  1,184
8
 Georgia  1,130
9
 Arizona State  1,122
10
 Virginia Tech  1,013
11
 Southern Cal  924
12
 Texas  859
13
 Hawaii  827
14
 Florida  814
15
 Clemson  613
16
 Virginia  539
17
 Boise State  533
18
 Boston College  527
19
 Tennessee  488
20
 Illinois  390
21
 Cincinnati  305
22
 Kentucky  283
23
 Michigan  237
24
 Wisconsin  182
24
 Connecticut  127
 
1
 LSU (35)  1,457
2
 Oregon (13)  1,407
3
 Oklahoma (4)  1,366
4
 Kansas (7)  1,344
5
 West Virginia (1)  1,238
5
 Missouri  1,194
7
 Ohio State  1,145
8
 Arizona State  1,042
9
 Georgia  1,005
10
 Virginia Tech  923
11
 Texas  844
12
 Hawaii  842
13
 Southern Cal  814
14
 Florida  686
15
 Boise State  556
16
 Clemson  548
17
 Virginia  547
18
 Boston College  505
19
 Tennessee  306
20
 Kentucky  304
21
 Illinois  271
22
 Penn State  262
23
 Michigan  259
24
 Wisconsin  226
25
 Cincinnati  163
 
1
 LSU (73)  2,742
2
 Oregon (22)  2,651
3
 Oklahoma (9)  2,580
4
 Kansas (8)  2,498
5
 West Virginia  2,278
6
 Missouri  2,248
7
 Ohio State  2,100
8
 Arizona State  1,919
9
 Georgia  1,840
10
 Virginia Tech  1,665
11
 Hawaii  1,641
12
 Texas  1,639
13
 Southern Cal  1,561
14
 Florida  1,335
15
 Boise State  1,052
16
 Clemson  985
17
 Virginia  973
18
 Boston College  928
19
 Tennessee  655
20
 Illinois  542
21
 Kentucky  526
22
 Michigan  440
23
 Wisconsin  393
24
 Cincinnati  a;373
25
 Penn State  316
 
In the BCS, Oklahoma moved up to No. 4. The BCS standings formula consists of three components, each weighted equally: the Coaches Poll, the Harris Poll and an average of six computer rankings (Anderson & Hester, Richard Billingsley, Colley Matrix, Kenneth Massey, Jeff Sagarin and Peter Wolfe).
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 BCS Standings
 
 Computer Rankings
1
 LSU  .980
2
 Oregon  .938
3
 Kansas  .909
4
 Oklahoma  .854
5
 Missouri  .809
6
 West Virginia  .786
7
 Ohio State  .774
8
 Arizona State  .750
9
 Georgia  .672
10
 Virginia Tech  .613
11
 Southern Cal  .526
12
 Florida  .504
13
 Texas  .466
14
 Virginia  .407
15
 Clemson  .392
 
1
 LSU  .990
2
 Kansas  .940
3
 Oregon  .930
4
 Arizona State  .870
5
 Missouri  .830
6
 Ohio State  .810
7
 Oklahoma  .730
8
 West Virginia  .720
9
 Georgia  .690
10
 Virginia Tech  .630
11
 Florida  .580
12
 Southern Cal  .480
13
 Clemson  .460
14
 Boston College  .420
15
 Illinois  -