Newest AP Poll Has Ohio State Out Of The Top 25 For 1st Time Since 2004

For the first time since 2004, the Ohio State Buckeyes are not in the Top 25 of the Associated Press poll.

OSU's 24-6 loss last night to the Miami Hurricanes has dropped the Buckeyes to 32nd. It is the first time in the last 104 "Top 25"s that the school has not seen their name listed somewhere in the poll.

The Oklahoma Sooners are still atop the rankings, while conference rivals LSU and Alabama are ranked 2-3.

Here is the complete AP poll, as well as polls from USA Today and FCS coaches.

Of Big Ten teams, the Wisconsin Badgers are ranked 6th, while the Nebraska Cornhuskers are 9th. The Michigan Wolverines come in at 22nd, while the Illinois Fighting Illini are at 24.

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