Oklahoma received 57 of 60 first-place votes to move up to college football's top ranking Sunday in the coaches poll, which is a third of the BCS formula.
The Sooners (4) led a Top 10 that remained dominated by teams from the Big 12 and SEC. LSU moved up to No.2, Missouri was No.3, Alabama was No.4, Texas came in fifth, Texas Tech was up to eighth and Georgia fell from third to a tie for 10th with South Florida. 'Bama, which stunned the Bulldogs between the hedges Saturday night, received two first place votes. LSU got the other one.--Mike Jones.