The Sooners actually began the 2011 season as the preseason No. 1 team.
I still have Florida State in my top 10 because of the strength of their defense but I'm interested to see how their offense performs moving forward.
Wisconsin also fell one spot in both polls, to No. 10 in the AP poll and No. 12 in the coaches poll, following an unconvincing 31-14 win over Florida Atlantic.
The Crimson Tide, of course, retained the No. 1 spot after an easy romp past Fresno State, receiving all but two first-place votes cast this week.
In the AP Poll, Michigan is again behind Washington, and one spot ahead of Ohio State.
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Ederson, meanwhile, was given oxygen and taken off on a stretcher after the incident after eight minutes of treatment. Manchester City's German midfielder Leroy Sane and French defender Benjamin Mendy celebrate at the final whistle.
With top-ranked Alabama largely unchallenged in Week 2, the big question leading up to the compiling of the Amway Coaches Poll centered on who would be No. 2. The Sooners previously were No. 6 in the Coaches Poll but now are at No. 3, trailing just Alabama and Clemson.
What moved the Oklahoma Sooners all the way to second place was the dominating manner of their win on the road against the Ohio State Buckeyes.
MI (2-0) jumped one spot in the new AP poll, up from No. 8, after a 36-14 win over Cincinnati.
This week, there are two big games coming up when it comes to the AP Top 25. The Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 each have five ranked teams this week.
The SEC leads all of the major conferences with six teams ranked in the top 25.