2010 Preseason AP Top 25 Football Poll Released

By Kevin Kelley -
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The 2010 preseason AP Top 25 College Football Poll has been released. The 2009 National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide top the rankings. They received 54 first place votes and 1,491 total points.

The conference breakdown of the AP Top 25 is very similar to the USA Today Coaches Poll that was released earlier this month. The SEC leads all conferences with six teams in the Top 25. Listed below is the full conference breakdown:

  • SEC – 6
  • ACC – 5
  • Big Ten – 4
  • Big 12 – 3
  • Pac-10 – 3
  • Big East – 2
  • Mtn. West – 1
  • WAC – 1

The complete Associated Press Top 25 Football Poll is listed below (first place votes; total points):

1. Alabama (54) 1,491
2. Ohio State (3) 1,400
3. Boise State (1) 1,336
4. Florida 1,237
5.
Texas (1) 1,223
6. TCU 1,160
7.
Oklahoma (1) 1,104
8. Nebraska 1,033
9. Iowa 1,007
10. Virginia Tech 973
11. Oregon 870
12. Wisconsin 822
13. Miami (FL) 785
14. USC 590
15. Pittsburgh 516
16. Georgia Tech 511
17. Arkansas 496
18. North Carolina 397
19. Penn State 382
20. Florida State 379
21. LSU 300
22. Auburn 296
23. Georgia 206
24. Oregon State 198
25. West Virginia 184

What do you think of the poll? Is your team ranked? Let us know in the comments below.

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