For Texas, owner of a two-game losing streak, it’s good to be 22. And No. 23.
A 28-21 loss to Oklahoma threatened the Longhorns very long streaks in the national polls.
But the Longhorns (4-2) were No. 22 in the USA Today coaches poll and No. 23 in the Associated Press media poll.
Texas extended its nation-leading appearance streak to 143 weeks in the coaches poll. It’s up 115 weeks in the media poll, which also is the nation’s longest for those rankings.
Oklahoma moved to sixth in the media poll and fifth in the coaches rankings.