UCLA Barely Makes the AP Top 25 Poll

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AP Top 25 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. Click to copy

WEEK 4

Released September 19

    RANK TEAM PV RANK CONFERENCE POINTS
    1 Alabama (3-0) 1 SEC 1,547 (59)
    2 Georgia (3-0) 2 SEC 1,491 (3)
    3 Oregon (3-0) 4 Pac-12 1,385
    4 Oklahoma (3-0) 3 Big 12 1,302
    5 Iowa (3-0) 5 Big Ten 1,298
    6 Penn State (3-0) 10 Big Ten 1,197
    7 Texas A&M (3-0) 7 SEC 1,158
    8 Cincinnati (3-0) 8 American Athletic 1,145
    9 Clemson (2-1) 6 ACC 1,074
    10 Ohio State (2-1) 9 Big Ten 976
    11 Florida (2-1) 11 SEC 930
    12 Notre Dame (3-0) 12 IA Independents 874
    13 Ole Miss (3-0) 17 SEC 717
    14 Iowa State (2-1) 14 Big 12 664
    15 Brigham Young (3-0) 23 IA Independents 603
    16 Arkansas (3-0) 20 SEC 537
    17 Coastal Carolina (3-0) 16 Sun Belt 526
    18 Wisconsin (1-1) 18 Big Ten 513
    19 Michigan (3-0) 25 Big Ten 456
    20 Michigan State (3-0) Big Ten 389
    21 North Carolina (2-1) 21 ACC 306
    22 Fresno State (3-1) Mountain West 201
    23 Auburn (2-1) 22 SEC 166
    24 UCLA (2-1) 13 Pac-12 142
    25 Kansas State (3-0) Big 12 127

    Others receiving votes: TCU 91, Liberty 56, Virginia Tech 52, Oklahoma State 51, Maryland 29, Arizona State 24, Texas 22, USC 16, San Diego State 16, West Virginia 14, LSU 14, Kentucky 12, Boston College 9, Wake Forest 7, Texas Tech 5, Stanford 3, Memphis 3, Louisville 1, Wyoming 1Point values in parentheses indicate the number of first-place votes.

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