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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

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.

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Released September 29
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1
Georgia
(4-0)
SEC
-
vs Auburn
10/08 03:30 PM ET
1,565 (55)
2
Alabama
(4-0)
SEC
-
vs Texas A&M
10/08 08:00 PM ET
1,487 (4)
3
Big Ten
-
@ Michigan State
10/08 04:00 PM ET
1,483 (4)
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4
Michigan
(4-0)
Big Ten
-
@ Indiana
10/08 12:00 PM ET
1,354
5
Clemson
(4-0)
ACC
-
@ Boston College
10/08 07:30 PM ET
1,311
6
USC
(4-0)
Pac-12
1
vs Washington State
10/08 07:30 PM ET
1,236
7
Kentucky
(4-0)
SEC
1
vs South Carolina
10/08 07:30 PM ET
1,127
8
Tennessee
(4-0)
SEC
3
@ LSU
10/08 12:00 PM ET
1,119
9
Big 12
-
vs Texas Tech
10/08 03:30 PM ET
1,081
10
2
vs Florida State
10/08 08:00 PM ET
921
11
Penn State
(4-0)
Big Ten
3
@ Michigan
10/15 12:00 PM ET
876
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12
Utah
(3-1)
Pac-12
1
@ UCLA
10/08 03:30 PM ET
760
13
Oregon
(3-1)
Pac-12
2
@ Arizona
10/08 09:00 PM ET
735
14
Ole Miss
(4-0)
SEC
2
@ Vanderbilt
10/08 04:00 PM ET
691
15
Washington
(4-0)
Pac-12
3
@ Arizona State
10/08 04:00 PM ET
657
16
Baylor
(3-1)
Big 12
1
@ West Virginia
10/13 07:00 PM ET
550
17
Texas A&M
(3-1)
SEC
6
@ Alabama
10/08 08:00 PM ET
543
18
Oklahoma
(3-1)
Big 12
12
vs Texas
10/08 12:00 PM ET
529
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19
BYU
(3-1)
IA Independents
-
@ Notre Dame
10/08 07:30 PM ET
482
20
Arkansas
(3-1)
SEC
10
@ Mississippi State
10/08 12:00 PM ET
457
21
Minnesota
(4-0)
Big Ten
-
@ Illinois
10/15 12:00 PM ET
288
22
ACC
1
vs Army
10/08 07:30 PM ET
265
23
ACC
-
@ North Carolina State
10/08 08:00 PM ET
244
24
ACC
-
vs Virginia Tech
10/08 03:30 PM ET
209
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25
Big 12
-
@ Iowa State
10/08 07:30 PM ET
166
Others receiving votes:
Kansas 125, Cincinnati 60, Florida 56, Washington State 31, Syracuse 22, Oregon State 16, Texas Tech 11, LSU 7, James Madison 4, Tulane 3, UCLA 3, TCU 1
Point values in parentheses indicate the number of first place votes.