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Updated Weekly Rankings through week 14 

Post#1 » by bwgood77 » Wed Sep 7, 2016 4:41 am

After week one:

AP Top 25

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(54) 1-0 1518 —
2 Clemson(2) 1-0 1416 —
3 Florida State(4) 1-0 1413 1
4 Ohio State 1-0 1324 2
5 Michigan(1) 1-0 1261 2
6 Houston 1-0 1243 9
7 Stanford 1-0 1140 1
8 Washington 1-0 884 6
9 Georgia 1-0 877 9
10 Wisconsin 1-0 759 —
11 Texas 1-0 743 —
12 Michigan State 1-0 722 —
13 Louisville 1-0 686 6
14 Oklahoma 0-1 664 11
15 TCU 1-0 635 2
16 Iowa 1-0 588 1
17 Tennessee 1-0 573 8
18 Notre Dame 0-1 528 8
19 Ole Miss 0-1 493 8
20 Texas A&M 1-0 477 —
21 LSU 0-1 423 16
22 Oklahoma State 1-0 409 1
23 Baylor 1-0 296 —
24 Oregon 1-0 242 —
25 Miami 1-0 137 —

Dropped from rankings: UCLA 16, USC 20, North Carolina 22, Florida 25
Others receiving votes: Florida 117, UCLA 62, Boise State 50, Utah 43, San Diego State 37, North Carolina 23, Nebraska 13, Auburn 13, Pittsburgh 7, BYU 5, Navy 2, West Virginia 1, Colorado 1

Coaches Poll

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(62) 1-0 1598 —
2 Clemson(2) 1-0 1513 —
3 Florida State 1-0 1454 1
4 Ohio State 1-0 1424 1
5 Stanford 1-0 1284 2
6 Michigan 1-0 1261 2
7 Houston 1-0 1213 6
8 Michigan State 1-0 1027 3
9 Georgia 1-0 934 7
10 Iowa 1-0 797 5
11 Washington 1-0 782 7
12 TCU 1-0 719 2
13 Oklahoma 0-1 707 10
14 Tennessee 1-0 657 4
15 Louisville 1-0 635 8
16 Wisconsin 1-0 583 —
17 Oklahoma State 1-0 555 2
18 Ole Miss 0-1 534 6
19 Baylor 1-0 481 2
20 Texas 1-0 439 —
21 Notre Dame 0-1 426 12
22 LSU 0-1 418 16
23 Oregon 1-0 385 1
24 Texas A&M 1-0 302 —
25 Florida 1-0 182 —
Complete Rankings
Dropped from rankings: USC 17, North Carolina 20, UCLA 24
Others receiving votes: Miami 108, North Carolina 62, Utah 61, Boise State 52, UCLA 38, Nebraska 37, Arkansas 21, Auburn 16, BYU 15, San Diego State 12, Western Kentucky 11, Navy 10, Pittsburgh 9, West Virginia 8, NC State 7, USC 6, South Florida 5, Duke 4, South Alabama 3, Southern Mississippi 2, Toledo 1, Colorado 1, Appalachian State 1
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#2 » by Cactus Jack » Wed Sep 7, 2016 7:06 am

UW as high as 8th in AP? Wow. Go Dawgs!
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#3 » by Arda K » Wed Sep 7, 2016 8:07 am

Lose 12 to draft and start the season in playoff spot, not bad
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#4 » by Goober » Wed Sep 7, 2016 1:03 pm

I was a little surprised to see where Texas and Wisconsin were in the AP Poll, nice to see BYU getting votes though :)
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#5 » by Arda K » Wed Sep 7, 2016 2:53 pm

yeah i dont buy wisconsin as a top ten team at all. they didnt play well, opponent was horrible. i hope vegas thinks they are good so i can make some coin against them next time they play a good team.
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#6 » by bleu » Wed Sep 7, 2016 3:24 pm

Too high (in the AP poll):
TEXAS. Waaaaaay too high. Jumped 25 spots for beating a team that was also ranked too high.
Georgia. They beat a solid North Carolina team, but I'm just not sold on them as a top 10 team yet. I'd bump them down 3 or 4 spots.
Notre Dame. Shouldn't have started anywhere near 10 IMO, so bumping down to 18 after a loss isn't adequate. Should be out of the top 25.
Miami. Let the U hype train begin again...until they play somebody who doesn't suck. Just like every year.
TCU. Barely squeaked past FCS South Dakota State, giving up more than 40 points to them. I know a win is a win, but they looked bad.

Too low:
Iowa. If an SEC team had the season they did last year, they would have started in the top 10 no question. It's hard to take much away from a win over Miami Ohio, but I think they should be a few spots higher.
LSU. I typically side away from SEC teams, but LSU lost to a solid Wisconsin team and dropping 16 spots is an overreaction.

Just right:
Houston. They looked very, very good against Oklahoma, and I love this team. I'm not quite ready to put them in the top 4 like some of the voters were, but there is no question they are a contender.
Alabama. No questions here.
Louisville. Many feel that they are overrated, but I think that Louisville is in for a huge season. Their QB had 6 Touchdowns at half time last week. 6.
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#7 » by Mr. E » Sat Sep 10, 2016 1:51 am

Houston getting #6 really surpassed my expectations. I was thinking they'd fall in the #9-12 range.

Texas jumping to #10 was purely based upon the name of the program.
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#8 » by Goober » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:52 pm

the new rankings came out, Clemson fell down a decent amount after their near loss to Troy
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings thru Week this past weekend 

Post#9 » by bwgood77 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 2:54 pm

Week 2 Rankings

AP Top 25

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(56) 2-0 1520 —
2 Florida State(4) 2-0 1437 1
3 Ohio State 2-0 1359 1
4 Michigan(1) 2-0 1298 1
5 Clemson 2-0 1284 3
6 Houston 2-0 1264 —
7 Stanford 1-0 1137 —
8 Washington 2-0 983 —
9 Wisconsin 2-0 893 1
10 Louisville 2-0 890 3
11 Texas 2-0 872 —
12 Michigan State 1-0 747 —
13 Iowa 2-0 694 3
14 Oklahoma 1-1 686 —
15 Tennessee 2-0 665 2
16 Georgia 2-0 584 7
17 Texas A&M 2-0 564 3
18 Notre Dame 1-1 526 —
19 Ole Miss 1-1 473 —
20 LSU 1-1 391 1
21 Baylor 2-0 305 2
22 Oregon 2-0 292 2
23 Florida 2-0 205 —
24 Arkansas 2-0 198 —
25 Miami 2-0 197 —

Dropped from rankings: TCU 15, Oklahoma State 22

Others receiving votes: Utah 62, TCU 62, San Diego State 51, UCLA 47, Boise State 42, Pittsburgh 39, Oklahoma State 22, Nebraska 11, North Carolina 10, Auburn 7, Central Michigan 4, Colorado 2, Arizona State 1, Cincinnati 1

Coaches Poll

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(62) 2-0 1598 —
2 Florida State(1) 2-0 1490 1
3 Clemson(1) 2-0 1447 1
4 Ohio State 2-0 1440 —
5 Michigan 2-0 1279 1
6 Stanford 1-0 1257 1
7 Houston 2-0 1243 —
8 Michigan State 1-0 1034 —
9 Washington 2-0 945 2
10 Louisville 2-0 894 5
11 Iowa 2-0 875 1
12 Wisconsin 2-0 793 4
13 Georgia 2-0 777 4
14 Oklahoma 1-1 723 1
15 Tennessee 2-0 718 1
16 Texas 2-0 648 4
17 Ole Miss 1-1 525 1
18 Notre Dame 1-1 453 3
19 Baylor 2-0 452 —
20 Texas A&M 2-0 425 4
21 Oregon 2-0 403 2
22 LSU 1-1 318 —
23 Florida 2-0 267 2
24 Arkansas 2-0 170 —
25 Miami 2-0 137 —

Dropped from rankings: TCU 12, Oklahoma State 17

Others receiving votes: TCU 110, North Carolina 56, Utah 52, Nebraska 47, UCLA 42, Boise State 37, Oklahoma State 29, San Diego State 27, Pittsburgh 25, Auburn 15, South Florida 12, West Virginia 9, Navy 8, Arizona State 7, Appalachian State 3, Colorado 2, Georgia Southern 2, Marshall 1, Western Kentucky 1, Minnesota 1, Central Michigan 1, Toledo 1, Western Michigan 1
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings 

Post#10 » by hermes » Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:36 pm

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Too low:
Iowa. If an SEC team had the season they did last year, they would have started in the top 10 no question. It's hard to take much away from a win over Miami Ohio, but I think they should be a few spots higher.


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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 3 

Post#11 » by bwgood77 » Tue Sep 20, 2016 2:06 am

AP Top 25 - Week 3

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(50) 3-0 1510 —
2 Ohio State(4) 3-0 1442 1
3 Louisville(6) 3-0 1406 7
4 Michigan(1) 3-0 1277 —
5 Clemson 3-0 1258 —
6 Houston 3-0 1245 —
7 Stanford 2-0 1195 —
8 Michigan State 2-0 1084 4
9 Washington 3-0 1040 1
10 Texas A&M 3-0 890 7
11 Wisconsin 3-0 828 2
12 Georgia 3-0 726 4
13 Florida State 2-1 722 11
14 Tennessee 3-0 707 1
15 Miami 3-0 565 10
16 Baylor 3-0 529 5
17 Arkansas 3-0 528 7
18 LSU 2-1 517 2
19 Florida 3-0 479 4
20 Nebraska 3-0 420 —
21 Texas 2-1 196 10
22 San Diego State 3-0 183 —
23 Ole Miss 1-2 172 4
24 Utah 3-0 154 —
25 Oklahoma 1-2 139 11

Complete Rankings

Dropped from rankings: Iowa 13, Notre Dame 18, Oregon 22

Others receiving votes: TCU 132, North Dakota State 74, UCLA 74, Boise State 69, Iowa 47, California 44, Oklahoma State 42, Notre Dame 32, Oregon 23, Georgia Tech 17, North Carolina 17, Central Michigan 16, South Florida 7, Toledo 6, Western Michigan 6, Arizona State 3, Maryland 3, Virginia Tech 1

Coaches Poll

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(59) 3-0 1571 —
2 Ohio State(3) 3-0 1482 2
3 Clemson(1) 3-0 1405 —
4 Louisville 3-0 1331 6
5 Michigan 3-0 1302 —
6 Stanford 2-0 1273 —
7 Houston 3-0 1235 —
8 Michigan State 2-0 1156 —
9 Washington 3-0 1065 —
10 Wisconsin 3-0 872 2
11 Georgia 3-0 847 2
12 Tennessee 3-0 805 3
13 Texas A&M 3-0 791 7
14 Florida State 2-1 742 12
15 Baylor 3-0 658 4
16 Florida 3-0 598 7
17 LSU 2-1 522 5
18 Arkansas 3-0 500 6
19 Miami 3-0 441 6
20 Nebraska 3-0 373 —
21 Ole Miss 1-2 166 4
TCU 2-1 166 —
23 Utah 3-0 155 —
24 Texas 2-1 143 8
25 Iowa 2-1 140 14

Complete Rankings

Dropped from rankings: Oklahoma 14, Notre Dame 18, Oregon 21

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 106, North Carolina 95, San Diego State 87, UCLA 81, Boise State 62, Oregon 50, Oklahoma State 46, Arizona State 34, South Florida 32, Georgia Tech 28, Notre Dame 23, West Virginia 19, Western Michigan 16, Minnesota 11, Navy 10, Toledo 6, Central Michigan 6, California 6, Maryland 4, Memphis 4, Kansas State 4, Army 2, Auburn 2, Western Kentucky 2
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#12 » by bwgood77 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 3:39 am

AP Top 25

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(50) 4-0 1511 —
2 Ohio State(4) 3-0 1440 —
3 Louisville(6) 4-0 1409 —
4 Michigan(1) 4-0 1292 —
5 Clemson 4-0 1267 —
6 Houston 4-0 1239 —
7 Stanford 3-0 1166 —
8 Wisconsin 4-0 1084 3
9 Texas A&M 4-0 1036 1
10 Washington 4-0 986 1
11 Tennessee 4-0 909 3
12 Florida State 3-1 804 1
13 Baylor 4-0 729 3
14 Miami 3-0 696 1
15 Nebraska 4-0 640 5
16 Ole Miss 2-2 540 7
17 Michigan State 2-1 527 9
18 Utah 4-0 493 6
19 San Diego State 3-0 304 3
20 Arkansas 3-1 241 3
21 TCU 3-1 239 NR
22 Texas 2-1 217 1
23 Florida 3-1 176 4
24 Boise State 3-0 163 NR
25 Georgia 3-1 142 13

Complete Rankings

Dropped from rankings: LSU 18, Oklahoma 25

Others receiving votes: Arizona State 135, Oklahoma 120, North Dakota State 58, West Virginia 51, Virginia Tech 38, Colorado 33, North Carolina 26, Iowa 25, UCLA 22, Auburn 18, LSU 17, Western Michigan 14, Wake Forest 9, Memphis 6, Maryland 2, Toledo 1

Coaches Poll

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(61) 4-0 1597 —
2 Ohio State(2) 3-0 1506 —
3 Clemson(1) 4-0 1440 —
4 Louisville 4-0 1411 —
5 Michigan 4-0 1333 —
6 Stanford 3-0 1269 —
7 Houston 4-0 1250 —
8 Wisconsin 4-0 1127 2
9 Washington 4-0 1049 —
10 Texas A&M 4-0 1016 3
11 Tennessee 4-0 986 1
12 Florida State 3-1 843 2
13 Baylor 4-0 797 2
14 Miami 3-0 664 5
15 Nebraska 4-0 649 5
16 Michigan State 2-1 597 8
17 Ole Miss 2-2 558 4
18 Utah 4-0 504 5
19 TCU 3-1 330 2
20 Georgia 3-1 271 9
21 Florida 3-1 254 5
22 Arkansas 3-1 197 4
23 North Carolina 3-1 173 NR
24 San Diego State 3-0 156 NR
25 Texas 2-1 142 1

Complete Rankings

Dropped from rankings: LSU 17, Iowa 25

Others receiving votes: Iowa 127, Boise State 126, Arizona State 94, Oklahoma 77, West Virginia 46, LSU 30, Western Michigan 25, Memphis 23, Virginia Tech 20, UCLA 20, Auburn 18, Colorado 16, Minnesota 14, Navy 14, Wake Forest 9, Kansas State 6, Air Force 4, Toledo 4, Oregon 3, Maryland 2, South Florida 1, Appalachian State 1, Troy 1
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#13 » by Arda K » Mon Sep 26, 2016 10:39 am

3 big ten teams in top 10, wisconsin should be higher too. gonna be tough to win the conference.
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#14 » by Los Soles » Mon Sep 26, 2016 3:53 pm

Can anyone explain how Texas ends up ranked in the AP and Coaches polls?

  • Quality win? 1–3 Notre Dame
  • Quality loss? 2-2 Cal
  • Memories of Recent Awesomeness? lost 7 games the last two seasons
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#15 » by bwgood77 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 4:07 pm

Los Soles wrote:Can anyone explain how Texas ends up ranked in the AP and Coaches polls?

  • Quality win? 1–3 Notre Dame
  • Quality loss? 2-2 Cal
  • Memories of Recent Awesomeness? lost 7 games the last two seasons


Because they are Texas, and Notre Dame is Notre Dame and they are always both overrated. The road loss to Cal isn't terrible, considering Cal's losses are both road losses to teams in the top 28.

I don't see too many teams behind them that seem really good, though UCLA might be better, as they lost to two quality top 10 teams.
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Re: RE: Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#16 » by bleu » Mon Sep 26, 2016 4:30 pm

Los Soles wrote:Can anyone explain how Texas ends up ranked in the AP and Coaches polls?

  • Quality win? 1–3 Notre Dame
  • Quality loss? 2-2 Cal
  • Memories of Recent Awesomeness? lost 7 games the last two seasons

Yeah, it's an absolute sham. I very strongly believe that there are 25, probably more, teams that could smoke Texas. But they've got the name and the $$$ so....
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#17 » by Los Soles » Mon Sep 26, 2016 5:02 pm

bwgood77 wrote:Because they are Texas, and Notre Dame is Notre Dame and they are always both overrated.

:nod:

bwgood77 wrote:The road loss to Cal isn't terrible, considering Cal's losses are both road losses to teams in the top 28.

Not terrible. But for every other ranked team with a loss, the loss comes to a higher ranked team. Texas is the lone exception.

bwgood77 wrote:I don't see too many teams behind them that seem really good, though UCLA might be better, as they lost to two quality top 10 teams.

I'd put Texas in the 35-40 range, so I think several teams are better.

  • UCLA
  • Arizona State (4-0, and beat the team Texas lost to)
  • West Virginia
  • Oklahoma (only losses are to teams that pretty much everyone has in the playoff right now)
  • Colorado (only loss to Michigan)
  • North Carolina

I feel like Texas is getting extra credit for the controversial ending to the Cal game. Refs flip that call, they have, what, 2% chance to win that game?

(As opposed to the .000001% chance they had if they don't let that guy waltz untouched into the end zone in the 1st place? If he trips over his shoelaces after he gets the first down, game over. Let's not pretend Texas made a great a play, and then got cheated out of it by a bad call.)
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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#18 » by bwgood77 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 5:30 pm

Los Soles wrote:
bwgood77 wrote:Because they are Texas, and Notre Dame is Notre Dame and they are always both overrated.

:nod:

bwgood77 wrote:The road loss to Cal isn't terrible, considering Cal's losses are both road losses to teams in the top 28.

Not terrible. But for every other ranked team with a loss, the loss comes to a higher ranked team. Texas is the lone exception.

bwgood77 wrote:I don't see too many teams behind them that seem really good, though UCLA might be better, as they lost to two quality top 10 teams.

I'd put Texas in the 35-40 range, so I think several teams are better.

  • UCLA
  • Arizona State (4-0, and beat the team Texas lost to)
  • West Virginia
  • Oklahoma (only losses are to teams that pretty much everyone has in the playoff right now)
  • Colorado (only loss to Michigan)
  • North Carolina

I feel like Texas is getting extra credit for the controversial ending to the Cal game. Refs flip that call, they have, what, 2% chance to win that game?

(As opposed to the .000001% chance they had if they don't let that guy waltz untouched into the end zone in the 1st place? If he trips over his shoelaces after he gets the first down, game over. Let's not pretend Texas made a great a play, and then got cheated out of it by a bad call.)


I'm surprised Colorado is as good as they are. Yes, any undefeated team who has beat some tough opponents should be ranked right now as well (ASU).
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Re: RE: Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 4 

Post#19 » by Los Soles » Sun Oct 2, 2016 9:54 pm

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Los Soles wrote:Can anyone explain how Texas ends up ranked in the AP and Coaches polls?

  • Quality win? 1–3 Notre Dame
  • Quality loss? 2-2 Cal
  • Memories of Recent Awesomeness? lost 7 games the last two seasons

Yeah, it's an absolute sham. I very strongly believe that there are 25, probably more, teams that could smoke Texas. But they've got the name and the $$$ so....

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Re: Updated Weekly Rankings through week 5 

Post#20 » by bwgood77 » Mon Oct 3, 2016 5:01 pm

AP Top 25
RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(53) 5-0 1514 —
2 Ohio State(6) 4-0 1451 —
3 Clemson(1) 5-0 1403 2
4 Michigan(1) 5-0 1334 —
5 Washington 5-0 1234 5
6 Houston 5-0 1233 —
7 Louisville 4-1 1160 4
8 Texas A&M 5-0 1113 1
9 Tennessee 5-0 1045 2
10 Miami 4-0 909 4
11 Wisconsin 4-1 882 3
12 Nebraska 5-0 821 3
13 Baylor 5-0 805 —
14 Ole Miss 3-2 712 2
15 Stanford 3-1 711 8
16 Arkansas 4-1 528 4
17 North Carolina 4-1 497 NR
18 Florida 4-1 391 5
19 Boise State 4-0 385 5
20 Oklahoma 2-2 324 NR
21 Colorado 4-1 276 NR
22 West Virginia 4-0 240 NR
23 Florida State 3-2 230 11
24 Utah 4-1 86 6
25 Virginia Tech 3-1 85 NR

Complete Rankings

Dropped from rankings: Michigan State 17, San Diego State 19, TCU 21, Texas 22, Georgia 25
Others receiving votes: Western Michigan 76, UCLA 56, LSU 49, North Dakota State 46, Auburn 46, Georgia 42, Oklahoma State 41, TCU 26, Maryland 23, Air Force 17, San Diego State 10, Michigan State 7, South Florida 6, Arizona State 4, California 3, Indiana 3, Texas 1

Coaches Poll

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(57) 5-0 1544 —
2 Ohio State(3) 4-0 1474 —
3 Clemson(2) 5-0 1437 —
4 Michigan 5-0 1348 1
5 Houston 5-0 1256 2
6 Washington 5-0 1250 3
7 Texas A&M 5-0 1132 3
8 Louisville 4-1 1105 4
9 Tennessee 5-0 1101 2
10 Miami 4-0 902 4
11 Baylor 5-0 876 2
12 Nebraska 5-0 860 3
13 Wisconsin 4-1 844 5
14 Ole Miss 3-2 671 3
15 Stanford 3-1 635 9
16 North Carolina 4-1 587 7
17 Arkansas 4-1 525 5
18 Florida 4-1 490 3
19 Boise State 4-0 341 NR
20 West Virginia 4-0 309 NR
21 Florida State 3-2 257 9
22 Oklahoma 2-2 228 NR
23 Colorado 4-1 144 NR
24 Utah 4-1 117 6
25 Western Michigan 5-0 86 NR

Complete Rankings

Dropped from rankings: Michigan State 16, TCU 19, Georgia 20, San Diego State 24, Texas 25
Others receiving votes: LSU 77, Michigan State 71, Maryland 70, Georgia 65, Air Force 59, UCLA 50, Virginia Tech 50, Oklahoma State 43, TCU 32, South Florida 24, Arizona State 23, Auburn 21, Texas Tech 11, San Diego State 10, California 7, Indiana 3, Troy 3, Southern Mississippi 2, USC 2, South Alabama 2, Minnesota 2, Wake Forest 1, Appalachian State 1, Eastern Michigan 1, Middle Tennessee 1

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