NORMAN — Oklahoma’s win at Ohio State boosted the Sooners in the latest Associated Press poll, which was released Sunday.

OU climbed three spots to No. 2 — its highest ranking since 2011— after beating then-No. 2 Ohio State 31-16 on Saturday.

The Sooners (2-0) received two first-place votes: One from the San Jose Mercury's Jon Wilner and the other from the Wichita Eagle’s Kellis Robinett.

The Buckeyes (1-1) fell to eighth.

Saturday’s game in Columbus had a 5.3 overnight rating, the highest of Week 2 games across all networks and ABC’s highest for a non-opening week September game since 2011, according to ESPN.

OU-Ohio State had a 33.6 local rating in Oklahoma City. Columbus was the No. 1 local market, according to ESPN, at 39.6.

Next, OU hosts Tulane at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Other Big 12 teams in the AP poll are Oklahoma State (9), Kansas State (18) and TCU (20).

Record Pts Prv

1. Alabama (58) 2-0 1522 1

2. Oklahoma (2) 2-0 1447 5

3. Clemson (1) 2-0 1380 3

4. Southern Cal 2-0 1324 6

5. Penn St. 2-0 1299 4

6. Washington 2-0 1124 7

7. Michigan 2-0 1107 8

8. Ohio St. 1-1 1003 2

9. Oklahoma St. 2-0 1002 11

10. Wisconsin 2-0 993 9

11. Florida St. 0-1 944 10

12. LSU 2-0 935 12

13. Georgia 2-0 882 15

14. Louisville 2-0 658 17

15. Auburn 1-1 591 13

16. Virginia Tech 2-0 559 18

17. Miami 1-0 542 16

18. Kansas St. 2-0 475 19

19. Stanford 1-1 364 14

20. TCU 2-0 352 23

21. Washington St. 2-0 233 20

22. South Florida 2-0 188 21

23. Tennessee 2-0 159 25

24. Florida 0-1 146 22

25. UCLA 2-0 119 -

Others receiving votes: Utah 101, South Carolina 72, Colorado 66, West Virginia 63, Oregon 61, Maryland 42, Notre Dame 31, San Diego St. 16, Houston 10, Mississippi St. 3, Boise St. 3, Texas Tech 2, Iowa 2, California 2, Vanderbilt 2, Michigan St. 1.

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