TCU Drops Six Spots In Latest AP Poll After First Loss of Season, Stays In Top 10

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The TCU Horned Frogs fell out of the Top 4 of the latest AP Poll on Sunday, dropping down six spots to No. 10 following their 14-7 loss at Iowa State on Saturday to fall from the ranks of the unbeaten. The loss was part of a shakeup in the polls that also saw No.2 Penn State lose to now- No. 3 Ohio State on Saturday.

The Horned Frogs are also no longer the highest ranked Big 12 team, as Oklahoma passed them and is now at No.8. Oklahoma State is just behind TCU at No. 11 and the Cowboys and Sooners will face off this coming Saturday in Bedlam.

Texas A&M, who was ranked No. 24 in the last week’s Amway Coaches Poll, dropped out of the Top 25 and received just four votes after their 35-14 loss to Mississippi State. They were not ranked in last week’s AP Poll.

As for TCU, they’ll look to bounce back at home next Saturday night when they host the Texas Longhorns at Amon G. Carter Stadium.

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