In the Coaches Poll, TCU jumped Virginia Tech, Miami, and Oklahoma State. Meanwhile, the Frogs launched over Wisconsin, Ohio State, Auburn, Oklahoma State, Virginia Tech and Miami in the AP Poll, for their first Top 10 ranking in the poll since the final poll of 2015, when the Frogs checked in at No. 7.
Oklahoma remained third in both polls, after struggling to put away Baylor on Saturday night in Waco. Oklahoma State dropped to 15th in the AP Poll, and 14th in the Coaches Poll following their loss.
The Sooners, Frogs, and Cowboys are joined in the Top 25 by West Virginia, who reappears in the polls for the first time since week one. The Mountaineers are ranked 23rd in both polls, after a thumping of Kansas. Interestingly enough, only Oklahoma State plays next week (they head to Lubbock), while OU, TCU, and West Virginia all head into their bye week.
Here are the full rankings for both polls: