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

AP Top 25 College Football Poll

History
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.
Released November 28
RankTeamPV RankConferencePoints
1
Georgia
(12-0)
1SEC1,550 (62)
2
Michigan
(11-1)
6Big Ten1,449
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3
Cincinnati
(12-0)
4American Athletic1,422
4
Alabama
(11-1)
3SEC1,388
5
Oklahoma State
(11-1)
7Big 121,291
6
Notre Dame
(11-1)
5ACC1,264
7
Ohio State
(10-2)
2Big Ten1,147
8
Ole Miss
(10-2)
8SEC1,105
9
Baylor
(10-2)
9Big 121,066
10
Oregon
(10-2)
11Pac-12932
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11
Michigan State
(10-2)
12Big Ten877
12
Brigham Young
(10-2)
13IA Independents839
13
Oklahoma
(10-2)
10Big 12837
14
Utah
(9-3)
16Pac-12667
15
Iowa
(10-2)
17Big Ten662
16
Houston
(11-1)
19American Athletic603
17
Pittsburgh
(10-2)
20ACC589
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18
Wake Forest
(10-2)
21ACC485
19
San Diego State
(11-1)
22Mountain West416
20
Louisiana-Lafayette
(11-1)
23Sun Belt317
21
North Carolina State
(9-3)
24ACC310
22
Clemson
(9-3)
ACC269
23
Arkansas
(8-4)
25SEC214
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24
Texas A&M
(8-4)
14SEC117
25Kentucky
(9-3)
SEC82
Others receiving votes:
Wisconsin 68, UTSA 58, Appalachian State 50, Minnesota 37, Purdue 21, Mississippi State 7, Penn State 5, Army 5, Fresno State 1
Point values in parentheses indicate the number of first place votes.