Mountaineers back in coaches poll, one spot out of AP Top 25

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Mountaineers back in coaches poll, one spot out of AP Top 25

Senior tight end Collin Reed celebrates the 5-point victory over his hometown team on Nov. 11

Senior tight end Collin Reed celebrates the 5-point victory over his hometown team on Nov. 11

Max Correa

Senior tight end Collin Reed celebrates the 5-point victory over his hometown team on Nov. 11

Max Correa

Max Correa

Senior tight end Collin Reed celebrates the 5-point victory over his hometown team on Nov. 11

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After picking up its second win against a Power Five school this season against South Carolina, the Mountaineers are back in the Coaches Poll at No. 24 and one spot out of the AP Top 25 at unofficial No. 26 with 73 votes.

No. 25 Oklahoma State (6-3) received 77 votes.

This is the Mountaineers fourth time this season ranked in the Coaches Poll.

The Mountaineers return to action on Nov. 16 against Georgia State at 7:30 p.m. The game will be aired on ESPNU.