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College football: Polls

AP Top 25

The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 12, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Record   Pts Pv

1. Alabama (30) 6-0 1503 1

2. LSU (12) 6-0 1449 5

3. Clemson (11) 6-0 1427 2

4. Ohio St. (9) 6-0 1404 3

5. Oklahoma 6-0 1333 6

6. Wisconsin 6-0 1245 8

7. Penn St. 6-0 1129 10

8. Notre Dame 5-1 1042 9

9. Florida 6-1 1041 7

10. Georgia 5-1 995 3

11. Auburn 5-1 985 12

12. Oregon 5-1 906 13

13. Utah 5-1 729 15

14. Boise St. 6-0 716 14

15. Texas 4-2 672 11

16. Michigan 5-1 648 16

17. Arizona St. 5-1 524 18

18. Baylor 6-0 470 22

19. SMU 6-0 398 21

20. Minnesota 6-0 330 NR

21. Cincinnati 5-1 308 25

22. Missouri 5-1 233 NR

23. Iowa 4-2 210 17

24. Appalachian St. 5-0 148 NR

25. Washington 5-2 107 NR

Others receiving votes: Tulane 55, Iowa St. 36, Temple 31, Wake Forest 25, California 20, Virginia 8, Memphis 6, Southern Cal 4, South Carolina 4, Texas A&M 3, UCF 3, San Diego St. 2, Louisiana Tech 1.

 

Coaches Top 25

  The Amway Top 25 football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 12, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:

Record   Pts Pvs

1. Alabama (44) 6-0 1601 1

2. Clemson (14) 6-0 1536 2

3. LSU (3) 6-0 1455 6

4. Ohio State (4) 6-0 1454 4

5. Oklahoma 6-0 1414 5

6. Wisconsin 6-0 1297 8

7. Penn State 6-0 1182 9

8. Notre Dame 5-1 1107 10

9. Florida 6-1 1057 7

10. Georgia 5-1 1049 3

11. Auburn 5-1 998 12

12. Oregon 5-1 955 13

13. Boise State 6-0 795 14

14. Utah 5-1 768 15

15. Texas 4-2 695 11

16. Michigan 5-1 674 16

17. Arizona State 5-1 504 24

18. Baylor 6-0 501 23

19. SMU 6-0 421 22

20. Minnesota 6-0 419 25

21. Cincinnati 5-1 298 —

22. Iowa 4-2 230 18

23. Washington 5-2 149 —

24. Appalachian State 5-0 140 —

25. Temple 5-1 88 —

Others Receiving Votes: Wake Forest 87; Tulane 76; Virginia 35; Memphis 30; California 21; Iowa State 19; San Diego State 18; Navy 17; Texas A&M 14; Louisiana Tech 6; Duke 5; Central Florida 4; South Carolina 3; Pittsburgh 3.

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