TCU’s football team has dropped out of the Top 25.
The latest Associated Press’ poll released Sunday afternoon showed TCU’s second consecutive double-digit loss did it no favors in voters’ minds.
TCU had been ranked as high as No. 15 going into the Ohio State game, and slipped to No. 17 after the loss to the Buckeyes. A loss in Austin saw the Frogs drop significantly more, as they only received 24 votes.
For Texas, though, the win over TCU raised its program back into the Top 25. The Longhorns went from receiving 12 votes last week to checking in at No. 18 this week.
Oklahoma is the highest-ranked Big 12 team at No. 6, dropping a spot after its overtime victory over Army on Saturday. West Virginia is No. 12 and Texas Tech cracked the rankings at No. 25.
Other notable Texas schools receiving votes are Texas A&M, which got 41, and North Texas, which received 10.
The top-ranked teams remain Alabama (1), Georgia (2), Clemson (3) and Ohio State (4).