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AP Top 25 College Football Poll
AP Top 25 College Football Poll

AP Top 25

The Associated Press began its college football poll on Oct. 19, 1936, and it is now the longest-running poll of those that award national titles at the end of the season. The preseason poll was started in 1950. A panel of 62 sports writers and broadcasters from around the country votes on the poll weekly.
WEEK 16Released August 15
RankTeamPV RankConferenceConferencePoints
1
Clemson
(15-0)
2ACCACC1,525
2
Alabama
(14-1)
1SECSEC1,462
3
Ohio State
(12-2)
5Big TenBig Ten1,364
4
Oklahoma
(12-2)
4Big 12Big 121,356
5
Notre Dame
(12-1)
3IA IndependentsIA Independents1,286
6
LSU
(10-3)
11SECSEC1,119
7
Florida
(10-3)
10SECSEC1,103
7
Georgia
(11-3)
6SECSEC1,103
9
Texas
(10-4)
14Big 12Big 121,076
10
Washington State
(11-2)
12Pac-12Pac-12959
11
UCF
(13-0)
7American AthleticAmerican Athletic898
12
Kentucky
(10-3)
16SECSEC820
13
Washington
(10-4)
9Pac-12Pac-12806
14
Michigan
(8-5)
8Big TenBig Ten745
15
Syracuse
(10-3)
17ACCACC683
16
Texas A&M
(7-6)
21SECSEC552
17
Penn State
(9-4)
13Big TenBig Ten492
18
Fresno State
(12-2)
19Mountain WestMountain West466
19
Army
(11-2)
22IA IndependentsIA Independents418
20
West Virginia
(8-4)
15Big 12Big 12296
21
Northwestern
(9-5)
Big TenBig Ten284
22
Utah State
(11-2)
Mountain WestMountain West188
23
Boise State
(10-3)
23Mountain WestMountain West185
24
Cincinnati
(11-2)
American AthleticAmerican Athletic171
25
Iowa
(8-5)
Big TenBig Ten120
Others receiving votes:
Appalachian State 96, Stanford 52, Mississippi State 45, Utah 43, Iowa State 26, Auburn 15, Oregon 11, Missouri 10, Troy 8, Georgia Southern 6, Oklahoma State 3, Wisconsin 2, North Carolina State 2
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