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Texas falls four spots in latest AP Top 25

Following their Red River Showdown loss to Oklahoma, the Longhorns are now ranked as low as they have been this season.

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After falling to the Oklahoma Sooners in the Red River Showdown, the Texas Longhorns fell in the latest AP Top 25 and Amway Coaches Poll, as well.

Previously ranked No. 11 in each poll, the 4-2 (2-1), Texas fell four spots to No. 15 in the AP Top 25 and the Coaches Poll.

As a whole, nearly a third of the nation’s ranked teams fell on Saturday. In addition to Texas (No. 11), Georgia (No. 3), Florida (No. 7), Iowa (No. 17), Wake Forest (No. 19), Virginia (No. 20), Memphis (No. 23), and Texas A&M (No. 24) each suffered defeats.

Texas’ current placement in the updated AP Top 25 is now its lowest of the season, as the Longhorns were previously ranked no lower than No. 12 nationally.

Now seeking a bounce-back performance, the Longhorns will be back at home next Saturday evening to host the Kansas Jayhawks (2-4, 0-3).