The Sooners romp in College Station and the Cowboys hard fall in Lubbock have moved both teams to different spots in the BCS standings from last week. And despite having a bye week, the Tulsa Golden Hurricane crept back into all the major polls and BCS standings.

Oklahoma got a 66-28 win over Texas A&M to run their record to 9-1 overall, and 5-1 in Big 12 play, tied for 2nd in the Big 12 South with Texas. Oklahoma moved up from 6th to 5th in the AP Poll, but held at fourth in the USA TODAY poll. In the BCS standings, the Sooners moved from 6th to 5th.

OU was leapfrogged by Florida, which moved into the fourth spot in the BCS poll after a big win over Vanderbilt.

Oklahoma State fell hard in Lubbock and as a restult, fell hard in the polls, droppping out of the top ten in all the polls. The Cowboys fell from 8th to 11th in the AP poll, from 8th to 13th in the the USA TODAY poll, and from 9th to 13th in the BCS Standings.

The loss to Arkansas knocked Tulsa out of the top 25 in all the polls last week, but losses by other teams ahead of the Golden Hurricane have moved them back into the top 25 in all the major polls. Tulsa was voted number 25 in the AP Poll,

number 24 in the USA TODAY poll, and number 23 in the BCS Standings.

Oklahoma is off this week and will take on Texas Tech in Norman in two weeks. OSU travels to Colorado, while TU is on the road at Houston.