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AP Top 25 College Football Poll
AP Top 25 College Football Poll

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.
2019/20 AP Top 25 Poll
WEEK 5Released September 22
RankTeamPV RankConferenceConferencePoints
1
Clemson
(4-0)
1ACCACC1,543
2
Alabama
(4-0)
2SECSEC1,485
3
Georgia
(4-0)
3SECSEC1,400
4
LSU
(4-0)
4SECSEC1,344
5
Ohio State
(4-0)
6Big TenBig Ten1,288
6
Oklahoma
(3-0)
5Big 12Big 121,283
7
Auburn
(4-0)
8SECSEC1,169
8
Wisconsin
(3-0)
13Big TenBig Ten1,071
9
Florida
(4-0)
9SECSEC1,022
10
Notre Dame
(2-1)
7IA IndependentsIA Independents989
11
Texas
(3-1)
12Big 12Big 12968
12
Penn State
(3-0)
13Big TenBig Ten848
13
Oregon
(3-1)
16Pac-12Pac-12839
14
Iowa
(3-0)
18Big TenBig Ten714
15
California
(4-0)
23Pac-12Pac-12547
16
Boise State
(4-0)
20Mountain WestMountain West524
17
Washington
(3-1)
22Pac-12Pac-12498
18
Virginia
(4-0)
21ACCACC430
19
Utah
(3-1)
10Pac-12Pac-12426
20
Michigan
(2-1)
11Big TenBig Ten287
21
USC
(3-1)
Pac-12Pac-12257
22
UCF
(3-1)
15American AthleticAmerican Athletic252
23
Texas A&M
(2-2)
17SECSEC233
24
Kansas State
(3-0)
Big 12Big 12230
25
Michigan State
(3-1)
Big TenBig Ten104
Others receiving votes:
Wake Forest 73, Oklahoma State 57, Southern Methodist 55, Army 46, Memphis 42, Iowa State 31, Appalachian State 24, Washington State 21, Missouri 14, Mississippi State 14, Pittsburgh 6, Arizona State 5, Minnesota 5, Colorado 5, Tulane 1
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