Kansas State fell four spots in The Associated Press college football poll released Sunday.
The Wildcats, who were thumped 41-20 by TCU on Saturday night, dropped from from ninth to 13th. K-State is also 13th in the coaches’ poll.
For the fifth straight week, the top two are Mississippi State and Florida State. Oregon jumped to No. 3 past Alabama, which remained No. 4. TCU moved up a spot to fifth after beating K-State.
Baylor climbed four places to sixth after romping at Oklahoma 48-14. The Sooners dropped out of the rankings for the first time since the final poll of 2009.
Auburn fell 41-38 to Texas A&M, dropping the Tigers from third to ninth.
Despite not playing last week, Nebraska moved from 15th to 11th.
Missouri received votes in both polls and just missed making the coaches’ poll with the 26th-most votes.