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Michigan 11th in new AP Top 25, MSU still unranked

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Rank

1

 

Alabama (57)

Record

1-0

Points

1494

2 Oregon (1) 2-0 1385
3 Clemson (1) 2-0 1332
4 Ohio State (1) 2-0 1327
5 Stanford 1-0 1271
6 Texas A&M 2-0 1133
7 Louisville 2-0 1105
8 LSU 2-0 1075
9 Georgia 1-1 1036
10 Florida State 1-0 1011
11 Michigan 2-0 872
12 Oklahoma State 2-0 834
13 South Carolina 1-1 829
14 Oklahoma 2-0 675
15 Miami (FL) 2-0 615
16 UCLA 1-0 488
17 Northwestern 2-0 452
18 Florida 1-1 405
19 Washington 1-0 392
20 Wisconsin 2-0 378
21 Notre Dame 1-1 333
22 Baylor 2-0 295
23 Nebraska 2-0 277
24 TCU 1-1 170
25 Ole Miss 2-0 78
  • Dropped from rankings: Texas 15, USC 25
  • Others receiving votes: Arizona State 64, Michigan State 26, Fresno State 26, Texas 26, Northern Illinois 21, Virginia Tech 15, Brigham Young 14, Georgia Tech 10, Illinois 9, Arizona 9, Bowling Green 7, Penn State 7, Boise State 3, Tennessee 1
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