College Football Rankings, Week 15 AP Poll: Oklahoma State Gains On Alabama

Despite not playing, the Alabama Crimson Tide retained the top spot in the Week 15 AP Poll, but it wasn't by much. The Oklahoma State Cowboys gained a lot of ground and votes after dominating the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday but it still might be enough.

Alabama is No. 2 with 1,418 points and 38 second-place votes while OSU is No. 3 with 1,400 votes and 22 second-place votes. The LSU Tigers remain the unanimous No. 1 team in the nation after winning the SEC Championship with ease.

The Pac-12 owns the next three spots with Stanford, USC and Oregon while Arkansas, Boise, Wisconsin and South Carolina round out the top ten.

Here's the full AP Poll top 25 for Week 13:


1 LSU


2 Alabama


3 Oklahoma State


4 Stanford


5 USC


6 Oregon


7 Arkansas


8 Boise State


9 Wisconsin


10 South Carolina


11 Kansas State


12 Michigan State


13 Michigan


14 Clemson


15 Baylor


16 TCU


17 Virginia Tech


18 Georgia


19 Oklahoma


20 Houston


21 Nebraska


22 So. Miss


23 West Virginia


24 Penn State


25 Florida State

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