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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Polls are out; Auburn's not in them

Auburn got close to making the polls this week but still resides in the Others Receiving Votes category. The Tigers had the 27th most points in the Associated Press poll and the 28th most in the USA Today/Coaches poll.

Read the entire polls here.

Here's a closer look at the bottom of the AP poll (record in parentheses, followed by total points in poll):
  • 20. BYU (3-1), 349
  • 21. Ole Miss (2-1), 340
  • 22. Michigan (4-0), 271
  • 23. Nebraska (3-1), 256
  • 24. California (3-1), 206
  • 25. Georgia Tech (3-1), 185
  • 26. Missouri (4-0), 175
  • 27. Auburn (4-0), 171
Here's a closer look at the bottom of the coaches poll (record in parentheses, followed by total points in poll):
  • 20. Michigan (4-0), 304
  • 21. Miami (Fla.) (2-1), 298
  • 22. BYU (3-1), 298
  • 23. Missouri (4-0), 295
  • 24. Nebraska (3-1), 242
  • 25. Oregon (3-1), 198
  • 26. Georgia Tech (3-1), 186
  • 27. South Florida (4-0), 117
  • 28. Auburn (4-0), 103
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4 comments:

GulfShoresTiger said...

If we beat TN, then we will be ranked. The remaining schedule will not be easy, though.

easyedwin said...

Polls are political. Polls are beauty contests. A 4-0 SEC team that is not ranked is shamefull. No props to the conference-no props to Auburn. Play it off like AFC vs NFC. That is the only solution.

Anonymous said...

We've only played one other SEC team, and a bad one at that, so that isn't a valid argument.

The only thing any Auburn fan should be worried about is going to Atlanta, not the polls.

AUsome04 said...

That bad SEC team came within 4 inches of knocking off the supposed number 4 team based on those polls. That bad team who we torched for 49 and over 500 yards gave up only 16 points defensive points to LSU.