Thursday, December 8, 2016

Mountaineers Make Respectable Drop in AP Poll

After suffering their first loss of the season on Saturday the Mountaineers were bound to drop in the new AP Top 25 poll that was to be released on Sunday. Coming into the weekend the Mountaineers were ranked No. 10 in the AP, their highest ranking since 2012. Oklahoma State reentered the top 25 at No. 22 after beating the Mountaineers.

The Mountaineers will leave this weekend ranked No. 14, two spots behind Oklahoma and one behind Baylor.

Full AP Top 25

1
Alabama (60)
SEC
Record: 8-0
PV Rank

1

Points

1,524

2
Michigan (1)
Big Ten
Record: 8-0
2
1,435
3
Clemson
ACC
Record: 8-0
3
1,401
4
Washington
Pac-12
Record: 8-0
4
1,369
5
Louisville
ACC
Record: 7-1
5
1,262
6
Ohio State
Big Ten
Record: 7-1
6
1,207
7
Texas A&M
SEC
Record: 7-1
9
1,150
8
Wisconsin
Big Ten
Record: 6-2
11
1,122
9
Nebraska
Big Ten
Record: 7-1
7
951
10
Florida
SEC
Record: 6-1
14
929
11
Auburn
SEC
Record: 6-2
15
927
12
Oklahoma
Big 12
Record: 6-2
16
835
13
Baylor
Big 12
Record: 6-1
8
693
14
West Virginia
Big 12
Record: 6-1
10
620
15
LSU
SEC
Record: 5-2
19
586
16
Utah
Pac-12
Record: 7-2
17
506
17
Western Michigan
Mid-American
Record: 8-0
20
481
18
North Carolina
ACC
Record: 6-2
21
423
19
Florida State
ACC
Record: 5-3
12
409
20
Penn State
Big Ten
Record: 6-2
24
390
21
Colorado
Pac-12
Record: 6-2
23
375
22
Oklahoma State
Big 12
Record: 6-2
355
23
Virginia Tech
ACC
Record: 6-2
25
345
24
Boise State
Mountain West
Record: 7-1
13
203
25
Washington State
Pac-12
Record: 6-2
139

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