Florida State tops NSCAA women's soccer Coaches Poll

Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports

While the Sooners dropped in both polls, Oklahoma State dropped from No. 21 to No. 22 in the AP Poll but rose from No. 19 to No. 17 in the Coaches Poll after the Cowboys' dominant 61-7 win over Southeast Louisiana in their season opener.

We've already see how other national polls have reacted to Week 1 upsets and surprises.

In the wake of one of the best college football weekends ever, the AP Top 25 has undergone a significant amount of transformation.

The Crimson Tide strengthened their presence at the top of the poll with 62 of 64 first place votes.

The Coaches Poll was particularly kind to Texas-based teams and now the AP Top 25 has shown an affinity for Washington, which checks in at No. 8 after handling Rutgers 48-13.

Despite some changes in the middle of the poll, the top five teams in the nation - Florida State, Stanford, Virginia, West Virginia and Florida - remain unchanged.

Following their huge comeback Monday night against Ole Miss, Florida State moved up to the number three spot. The first and third took losses over the weekend as the Rebels and Tigers lost to Florida State and aforementioned Wisconsin, as LSU would drop 16 spots after the 16-14 defeat.

The AP Poll will be released at 2 PM EST and the USA Today Coaches Poll will be released some time on Tuesday.

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