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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Auburn not ranked but getting closer

The Tigers' 41-30 win against West Virginia didn't get them into the AP Top 25 poll, but they're right on the cusp. Here's the whole poll, with each team's number of points next to it, with first-place votes in parentheses:
1. Florida, 1,488 (55)
2. Texas, 1,428 (2)
3. Alabama, 1,390 (3)
4. Ole Miss, 1,213
5. Penn State, 1,212
6. California, 1,169
7. LSU, 11,20
8. Boise State, 1,038
9. Miami (FL), 920
10. Oklahoma, 862
11. Virginia Tech, 852
12. USC, 825
13. Ohio State, 810
14. Cincinnati, 739
15. TCU, 674
16. Oklahoma State, 478
17. Houston, 455
18. Florida State, 363
19. BYU, 349
20. Kansas, 347
21. Georgia, 318
22. North Carolina, 271
23. Michigan, 247
24. Washington, 194
25. Nebraska, 132

Others receiving votes: Missouri 115, Georgia Tech 102, Auburn 100, Pittsburgh 91, UCLA 62, Iowa 39, Oregon 30, Texas Tech 19, Notre Dame 16, Utah 12, Clemson 11, Colorado State 4, Oregon State 4, South Florida 1

2 comments:

JF Isher said...

Gah!

Next week won't show anyone anything new, but a few more teams'll probably fall out of the top 25... still, the lack of love hurts.

GulfShoresTiger said...

We'll be ranked if we beat TN. And, if we couldn't run on WVU, we probably won't against TN. Unless we play better than we did against WVU, that is.