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OU football: Sooners fall to No. 13 in latest College Football Playoff rankings

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Nik Bonitto

Redshirt junior outside linebacker Nik Bonitto attempts to break through the Baylor offensive line during the game against No. 13 Baylor in Waco on Nov. 13.

Oklahoma (9-1, 6-1 Big 12) fell to No. 13 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday. 

The Sooners dropped five spots after losing to now-No. 11 Baylor 27-14 on the road in their last game. OU's loss snapped its nation-leading 17-game win streak.

Freshman quarterback Caleb Williams threw two interceptions against the Bears, failing to eclipse 100 passing yards until a 50-yard completion to redshirt sophomore Jadon Haselwood late in the fourth quarter. Oklahoma scored its least points, and garnered its least amount of yards in a game under coach Lincoln Riley. 

Oklahoma State, who thrashed TCU 63-17, jumped to No. 9, the highest mark in the conference. Georgia, Alabama, Oregon and Ohio State rank No. 1-4, respectively. 

The Sooners take on Iowa State at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 at home. 

Austin Curtright is a journalism junior and one of The Daily's assistant sports editors. He covers OU football and has previously covered OU men's basketball, softball and soccer.

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