Tennessee Drops-Out Of The AP's Top-25 ... Doesn't Even Receive 1 "Other Vote"

The Southern California Trojans have retained the top-spot in the weekly Associated Press Top 25 college football poll. The Trojans secured their spot with a 49-31 win over 14th-ranked Nebraska Saturday night.

USC landed 46 of the first place votes compared to 19 for runner-up LSU. The Tigers are 3-and-0 on the season while the Trojans are 2-and-0.

Rounding out the top five are Florida, Oklahoma and West Virginia.

The second five this week features California, Texas, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Penn State. That's three Big-10 teams among the top-10.

The second ten consists of Rutgers, South Carolina, Oregon, Boston College, Clemson, Alabama, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Hawaii and Texas A-and-M.

The bottom features Kentucky, Georgia, South Florida, Nebraska and Missouri.

Record Pts Pvs
1. Southern Cal (46) 2-0 1,605 1
2. LSU (19) 3-0 1,577 2
3. Florida 3-0 1,437 5
4. Oklahoma 3-0 1,434 3
5. West Virginia 3-0 1,388 4
6. California 3-0 1,232 8
7. Texas 3-0 1,169 6
8. Ohio St. 3-0 1,142 10
9. Wisconsin 3-0 1,111 7
10. Penn St. 3-0 1,041 12
11. Rutgers 3-0 956 13
12. South Carolina 3-0 814 17
13. Oregon 3-0 810 19
14. Boston College 3-0 792 21
15. Clemson 3-0 615 20
16. Alabama 3-0 516 --
17. Virginia Tech 2-1 458 18
18. Louisville 2-1 367 9
19. Hawaii 3-0 343 24
20. Texas A&M 3-0 342 25
21. Kentucky 3-0 338 --
22. Georgia 2-1 333 23
23. South Florida 2-0 285 --
24. Nebraska 2-1 277 14
25. Missouri 3-0 228 --

Others Receiving Votes: Arkansas 179, Georgia Tech 128, Arizona St. 69, Cincinnati 53, UCLA 41, Texas Tech 16, Air Force 8, Purdue 6, Appalachian St. 5, Florida St. 5, Washington 2, Kansas 1, Michigan St. 1, Tulsa 1.

Story Courtesy: AP Wire Reports




 
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