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Ohio State drops to No. 10 in AP Poll after win over Tulsa

The Buckeyes return to Ohio Stadium to host Akron on Saturday.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State dropped one spot to No. 10 in the latest Associated Press college football poll released Sunday.

The Buckeyes defeated Tulsa 41-20 on Saturday. Running back TreVeyon Henderson set a freshman rushing record with 277 yards.

Ohio State will be back at Ohio Stadium on Saturday to host Akron. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Also ranked within the Big Ten are Iowa (5), Penn State (6), Wisconsin (18), Michigan (19) and Michigan State (20). Maryland was among schools receiving votes.

AP Top 25 (Sept. 19, 2021)

Record    Pts    Prv

1. Alabama (59)    3-0    1547    1

2. Georgia (3)    3-0    1491    2

3. Oregon    3-0    1385    4

4. Oklahoma    3-0    1302    3

5. Iowa    3-0    1298    5

6. Penn State    3-0    1197    10

7. Texas A&M    3-0    1158    7

8. Cincinnati    3-0    1145    8

9. Clemson    2-1    1074    6

10. Ohio State    2-1    976    9

11. Florida    2-1    930    11

12. Notre Dame    3-0    874    12

13. Mississippi    3-0    717    17

14. Iowa State    2-1    664    14

15. BYU    3-0    603    23

16. Arkansas    3-0    537    20

17. Coastal Carolina    3-0    526    16

18. Wisconsin    1-1    513    18

19. Michigan    3-0    456    25

20. Michigan State    3-0    389    -

21. North Carolina    2-1    306    21

22. Fresno St.    3-1    201    -

23. Auburn    2-1    166    22

24. UCLA    2-1    142    13

25. Kansas State    3-0    127    -

Others receiving votes: TCU 91, Liberty 56, Virginia Tech 52, Oklahoma State 51, Maryland 29, Arizona State 24, Texas 22, San Diego State 16, Southern Cal 16, West Virginia 14, LSU 14, Kentucky 12, Boston College 9, Wake Forest 7, Texas Tech 5, Stanford 3, Memphis 3, Wyoming 1, Louisville 1.

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