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Alabama Heads Coach's and AP Polls

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Alabama Heads Coach's and AP Polls
Top Eight Teams Remain Undefeated

Coach's Poll
Rank /Team / Record / First Place Votes / Previous Rank

1 Alabama - 3-0 - 59 - 1
2 Oregon - 3-0 – 3 - 2
3 Ohio St. - 4-0 - 3
4 Clemson - 3-0 - 4
5 Stanford - 3-0 - 5
6 LSU - 4-0 - 7
7 Louisville - 4-0 - 6
8 Florida St. – 3-0 - 8
9 Texas A&M - 3-1 – 9
10 Georgia - 2-1 - 10
11 Oklahoma St. - 3-0 - 11
12 Oklahoma - 3-0 - 12
13 South Carolina -2-1 - 13
14 UCLA - 3-0 - 15
15 Miami - 3-0 - 17
16 Northwestern - 4-0 - 16
17 Michigan - 4-0 - 14
18 Baylor - 3-0 - 19
19 Florida - 2-1 - 18
20 Washington - 3-0 - 20
21 Mississippi - 3-0 - 22
22 Notre Dame - 2-1 - 21
23 Fresno State - 2-0 - 25
24 Wisconsin - 2-0 - NR
25 Texas Tech – 4-0 - NR

Dropped Out: #23 Arizona State - 2-1, #24 Michigan State - 3-1

AP Poll
1 Alabama - 3-0
2 Oregon - 3-0
3 Clemson - 3-0
4 Ohio St. - 4-0
5 Stanford - 3-0
6 LSU - 4-0
7 Louisville - 4-0
8 Florida St. - 3-0
9 Georgia - 2-1
10 Texas A&M - 3-1
11 Oklahoma St. - 3-0
12 South Carolina - 2-1
13 UCLA - 3-0
14 Oklahoma - 3-0
15 Miami - 3-0
16 Washington - 3-0
17 Northwestern - 4-0
18 Michigan - 4-0
19 Baylor - 3-0
20 Florida - 2-1
21 Mississippi - 3-0
22 Notre Dame - 3-1
24 Wisconsin - 3-1
25 Texas Tech – 4-0
25 Fresno State - 3-0

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Coaches and AP Polls - Week Three

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Coaches Poll
Rank /Team / Record / First Place Votes / Previous Rank

1 Alabama - 2-0 - 61 - 1
2 Oregon - 3-0 – 1 - 2
3 Ohio St. - 3-0 - 3
4 Clemson - 2-0 - 5
5 Stanford - 2-0 - 4
6 Louisville - 3-0 - 7
7 LSU - 3-0 - 8
8 Florida St. – 2-0 - 9
9 Texas A&M - 2-1 – 6
10 Georgia - 1-1 - 10
11 Oklahoma St. - 3-0 - 11
12 Oklahoma - 3-0 - 13
13 South Carolina -2-1 - 14
14 Michigan - 3-0 - 12
15 UCLA - 2-0 - 17
16 Northwestern - 3-0 - 16
17 Miami - 2-0 - 18
18 Florida - 1-1 - 20
19 Baylor - 2-0 - 22
20 Washington - 2-0 - 23
21 Notre Dame - 2-1 - 21
22 Mississippi - 3-0 - 25
23 Arizona State - 2-0 - NA
24 Michigan State - 3-0 - NA
25 Fresno State - 2-0 - NA

Dropped Out: Wisconsin - 2-0, Nebraska - 2-1 and TCU - 1-2

AP Poll
1 Alabama - 2-0
2 Oregon - 3-0
3 Clemson - 2-0
4 Ohio St. - 3-0
5 Stanford - 2-0
6 LSU - 3-0
7 Louisville - 3-0
8 Florida St. - 2-0
9 Georgia - 1-1
10 Texas A&M - 2-1
11 Oklahoma St. - 3-0
12 South Carolina - 2-1
13 UCLA - 2-0
14 Oklahoma - 3-0
15 Michigan - 3-0
16 Miami - 2-0
17 Washington - 2-0
18 Northwestern - 3-0
19 Florida - 1-1
20 Baylor - 2-0
21 Mississippi - 3-0
22 Notre Dame - 2-1
23 Arizona St - 2-0
24 Wisconsin - 2-1
25 Texas Tech - 3-0

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Coaches & AP Polls - Week Two

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Coaches Poll
Rank /Team / Record / Points / First Place Votes / Previous Rank

1 Alabama - 1-0 - 1545 - 58 - 1
2 Oregon - 2-0 – 1447 – 1- 3
3 Ohio St. - 2-0 - 1429 - 2 - 2
4 Stanford - 1-0 - 1327 - 0 - 4
5 Clemson - 2-0 - 1307 - 0 - 5
6 Texas A&M - 2-0 - 1242 - 1 - 7
7 Louisville - 2-0 - 1121 - 0 - 8
8 LSU - 2-0 - 1067 - 0 - 11
9 Florida St. - 1-0 - 1040 - 0 - 10
10 Georgia - 1-1 - 1021 - 0 - 12
11 Oklahoma St. - 2-0 - 866 - 0 - 14
12 Michigan - 2-0 - 860 - 0 - 17
13 Oklahoma - 2-0 - 800 - 0 - 15
14 South Carolina - 1-1 - 788 - 0 - 6
15 Nebraska - 2-0 - 478 - 0 - 19
16 Northwestern - 2-0 - 473 - 0 - 20
17 UCLA - 1-0 - 471 - 0 -18
18 Wisconsin - 2-0 - 455 - 0 - 21
18 Miami - 2-0 - 455 - 0 - 24
20 Florida - 1-1 - 410 - 0 - 9
21 Notre Dame - 1-1 - 348 - 0 - 13
22 Baylor - 2-0 - 297 - 0 - NR
23 Washington - 1-0 - 253 - 0 - 23
24 TCU - 1-1 - 195 - 0 - 24
25 Mississippi - 2-0 - 91 - 0 - NR

Schools Dropped Out - No. 16 Texas (1-1), No. 22 Southern California (1-1).Others Receiving VotesMichigan State 74; Fresno State 59; Arizona State 48; Texas 38; Northern Illinois 27; Arizona 21; Brigham Young 18; Arkansas 16; Georgia Tech 12; Virginia Tech 8; Texas Tech 7; Central Florida 6; East Carolina 6; Southern California 5; Bowling Green 3; Illinois 3; Kansas State 3; Boise State 2; Tennessee 2; Utah 2; Utah State 2; Boston College 1; Rutgers 1.

AP Poll

1 Alabama - 1-0
2 Oregon - 2-0
3 Clemson - 2-0
4 Ohio St. - 2-0
5 Stanford - 1-0
6 Texas A&M - 2-0
7 Louisville - 2-0
8 LSU - 2-0
9 Georgia - 1-1
10 Florida St. - 1-0
11 Michigan - 2-0
12 Oklahoma St. - 2-0
13 South Carolina - 1-1
14 Oklahoma - 2-0
15 Miami - 2-0
16 UCLA - 1-0
17 Northwestern - 2-0
18 Florida - 1-1
19 Washington - 1-0
20 Wisconsin - 2-0
21 Notre Dame - 1-1
22 Baylor - 2-0
23 Nebraska - 2-0
24 TCU - 1-1
25 Mississippi - 2-0

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

AP and Coaches Poll Top 25 Rankings

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AP and Coaches Poll Top 25 Rankings
Frank Coyle / Publisher

AP Top 25
(first-place votes in parentheses)

Sept 3rd
1) Alabama (58)
2) Oregon
3) Ohio State (1)
4) Clemson (1)
5) Stanford
6) South Carolina
7) Texas A&M
8) Louisville
9) LSU
10) Florida State
11) Georgia
12) Florida
13) Oklahoma State
14) Notre Dame
15) Texas
16) Oklahoma
17) Michigan
18) UCLA
19) Northwestern
20) Washington
21) Wisconsin
22) Nebraska
23) Baylor
24) TCU
25) USC

Coaches Poll – Top 25
Ohio State retained their preseason ranking of No. 2, earning three first-place votes. Oregon and Stanford did not move from their preseason positions either, ranking at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively.
Clemson moved from No. 8 up to No. 5, jumping South Carolina and Texas A&M. Georgia fell to No. 12, but Nebraska, fell only one spot to #19 after their close victory against Wyoming.
Miami broke into the Top 25 in the Coaches Poll, finishing in a tie for No. 24 with TCU.

Coaches Top 25 Poll
1) Alabama (58)
2) Ohio State (3)
3) Oregon
4) Stanford
5) Clemson
6) South Carolina
7) Texas A&M (1)
8) Louisville
9) Florida
10) Florida State
11) LSU
12) Georgia
13) Notre Dame
14) Oklahoma State
15) Oklahoma
16) Texas
17) Michigan
18) UCLA
19) Nebraska
20) Northwestern
21) Wisconsin
22) USC
23) Washington
24) TCU
24) Miami

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Draft Insiders Digest 2013 Top 25 Preseason Rankings

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Draft Insiders Digest 2013 Top 25 Preseason Rankings
Frank Coyle - Publisher/ Head Scout

1. Ohio State
2. Alabama
3. Oregon
4. Stanford
5. Georgia
6. South Carolina
7. LSU
8. Clemson
9. Louisville
10. Texas A&M
11. Florida
12. Texas
13. Notre Dame
14. Florida State
15. Oklahoma State
16. Nebraska
17. Oklahoma
18. Michigan
19. Boise State
20. TCU
21. UCLA
22. Northwestern
23. Wisconsin
24. USC
25. Oregon State

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

2013 Preseason Coaches Poll

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2013 Preseason Coaches Poll
(first-place votes in parentheses and total points received)

Draft Insiders' staff will post our Top 25 Teams in late August)

1. Alabama (58) - 1,545
2. Ohio State (3) - 1,427
3. Oregon - 1,397
4. Stanford - 1,262
5. Georgia - 1,250
6. Texas A&M - 1,215
7. South Carolina - 1,136
8. Clemson - 1,047
9. Louisville - 1,010
10. Florida - 930
11. Notre Dame - 872
12. Florida State - 844
13. LSU - 797
14. Oklahoma State - 726
15. Texas - 622
16. Oklahoma - 620
17. Michigan - 589
18. Nebraska - 426
19. Boise State - 420
20. TCU - 400
21. UCLA - 202
22. Northwestern - 186
23. Wisconsin - 172
24. USC - 165
25. Oregon State - 135

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Irish Claims #1 Ranking in Top 5 Shuffle

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Notre Dame Claims #1 Ranking in Top 5 Shuffle
Irish Remain Undefeated Entering Season Finale

Top 25 Polls – Coaches & AP
Nov. 19, 2012

Photo - RB Montee Ball - Wisconsin

Coaches Poll - Top 25
Rank/ Team / Record / Votes

1 Notre Dame 11-0 – (56)
2 Alabama 10-1 – (2)
3 Georgia 10-1 – (1)
4 Oregon 10-1
5 Florida St. 10-1
6 Florida 10-1
7 LSU 9-2
8 Kansas St. 10-1
9 Kansas St. 10-1
10 Texas A&M 9-2
11 Stanford 9-2
12 South Carolina 9-2
13 Oklahoma 8-2
14 Nebraska 9-2
15 Texas 8-2
16 UCLA 9-2
17 Oregon St. 8-2
18 Louisville 9-1
19 Rutgers 9-1
20 Michigan 8-3
21 Oklahoma St. 8-3
22 Boise St. 9-2
23 Northern Illinois10-1
24 Mississippi St. 8-3
25 Kent St 10-1

Schools Dropped Out
No. 19 Louisiana Tech (9-2), No. 21 Southern California (7-4), No. 25 Texas Tech (7-4).

Others Receiving Votes
Utah State (9-2) 74; Northwestern (8-3) 59; Louisiana Tech (9-2) 36; Washington (7-4) 36; Southern California (7-4) 14; Tulsa (9-2) 14; San Jose State (9-2) 7; San Diego State (8-3) 6; Arizona (7-4) 5; Vanderbilt (7-4) 4; Wisconsin (7-4) 4; Fresno State (8-3) 3; Middle Tennessee (7-3) 3; Arkansas State (8-3) 2; Cincinnati (7-3) 1; Texas Tech (7-4) 1.

AP Top 25 Poll
Rank/ Team / Record / 1st Place Votes

1 Notre Dame 11-0 – (60)
2 Alabama 10-1
3 Georgia 10-1
4 Ohio St 11-0
5 Oregon 10-1
6 Florida 10-1
7 Kansas St. 10-1
8 LSU 9-2
9 Texas A&M 9-2
10 Florida St. 10-1
11 Stanford 9-2
12 Clemson 10-1
13 South Carolina 9-2
14 Oklahoma 8-2
15 UCLA 9-2
16 Oregon St. 8-2
17 Nebraska 9-2
18 Texas 8-2
19 Louisville 9-1
20 Michigan 8-3
21 Rutgers 9-1
22 Oklahoma St. 8-3
23 Kent St 10-1
24 Northern Illinois 10-1
25 Mississippi St. 8-3
25 Utah 9-2

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