There was little movement at the top of the Week 9 college football polls. Alabama remains the top team in all three polls and is the unanimous number one in the Coaches Poll.
South Carolina fell out of the Top 10 in all three polls after their 44-11 loss at Florida. The Gamecocks are now 17th in the AP and 16th in the Coaches and Harris Poll.
USC was the beneficiary of South Carolina’s fall. They moved up to 8th in the Coaches Poll, 9th in the Harris, and 10th in the AP. Oregon State also moved into the Top 10 (9th) in the Coaches Poll.Read Full Story »
Kansas State and Notre Dame are now in the Top 5 of both the AP Poll and USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll. The Alabama Crimson Tide are the unanimous number one for the second straight week.
Kansas State (6-0) has risen to 3rd in the Coaches Poll and 4th in the AP Poll. Last week, the Wildcats were 5th in the AP and 6th in the Coaches.
After their controversial overtime win over Stanford, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (6-0) are now ranked 5th in both polls. That’s a two spot improvement over last week in both rankings.Read Full Story »
Losses by Top 10 teams Florida State, Georgia, LSU, and Texas resulted in big changes in both the AP and USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll this week.
Florida State lost 17-16 at unranked NC State to fall from 3rd to 12th in the AP Poll and 4th to 11th in the Coaches Poll. LSU, which was 4th in the AP and 3rd in the Coaches, lost at Florida 14-6 and dropped to 9th and 8th, respectively.
Georgia, previously ranked 5th in both polls, fell even further after getting demolished 35-7 at no. 6 South Carolina. The Bulldogs are now ranked 14th in the AP Poll and 12th in the Coaches Poll.Read Full Story »
The AP Top 25 Poll for week 4 has been released, and Alabama and LSU top the latest rankings. Oregon, Florida State, and Georgia round out the Top 5.
After their 21-14 win over then no. 2 USC, the Stanford Cardinal jumped from 21st to 9th. The loss dropped the Trojans from 2nd to 13th.
Notre Dame also made a big leap in the standings, moving from 20th to 11th after defeating Michigan State 20-3.Read Full Story »
After their 41-14 drubbing of then no. 8 Michigan, the Alabama Crimson Tide have ascended to the top of both the AP Poll and the USA Today Sports Top 25 Poll.
USC, who beat Hawaii 49-10, previously held the top spot in the AP Poll. The Trojans dropped one spot to second place.
LSU was the preseason number one in the Coaches Poll. After beating North Texas 41-14, the Tigers remained at 3rd in the AP poll and fell from first to third in the Coaches Poll.Read Full Story »
The 2012 preseason AP Top 25 College Football Poll has been released and the USC Trojans top the rankings. USC received 25 first place votes and 1,445 total points.
Alabama, the defending BCS National Champion, is second with 17 first place votes and 1,411 points. LSU, Oklahoma, and Oregon round out the Top 5.
The SEC and Big 12 each have six teams in the Top 25 poll. The Big Ten is second with five teams.Read Full Story »
The preseason AP Top 25 College Football Poll has been released and the Oklahoma Sooners top the rankings. Oklahoma received 36 first place votes and 1,464 total points.
The SEC has a record eight teams in the Top 25 poll to lead all conferences. The Big 12 and Big Ten are tied for second with four teams each. Listed below is the full conference breakdown:Read Full Story »
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.Read Full Story »
The 2009 preseason Associated Press Top 25 College Football Poll has been released and the Florida Gators top the rankings. The Gators received 58 first place votes and 1,498 total points.Read Full Story »
The USC Trojans rolled in to Corvallis last night ranked number one in both polls with blowout wins over Ohio State and Virginia. They left with a damaging 27-21 loss to the Oregon State Beavers.Read Full Story »