AP Expanded Top 25 Print
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Monday, 07 January 2008 21:47
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 The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press expanded college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Dec. 1, points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point for a 25th place vote, previous ranking, record vs. top 25 teams at time of game, record of opponents played, and extra points:
Vs. Opp.
Record Pts Pv T25 Rec. Extra Points
1. LSU (60) 12-2 1,620 2 7-1 91-61 National Champions
2. Georgia (3) 11-2 1,515 4 5-0 89-52 A 1-2 SEC finish
3. Southern Cal (1) 11-2 1,500 6 4-1 75-75 6 straight 11-win seasons
4. Missouri 12-2 1,347 7 3-1 92-61 Highest final rank ever
5. Ohio St. 11-2 1,346 1 3-1 67-60 Quite a rebuilding year
6. West Virginia 11-2 1,342 11 4-1 88-64 Stewart got a 5-year deal
7. Kansas (1) 12-1 1,303 8 2-1 72-69 Greatest season at KU
8. Oklahoma 11-3 1,139 3 3-1 96-70 4 consecutive BCS losses
9. Virginia Tech 11-3 1,096 5 3-3 99-56 Emotional season is over
10. Boston College 11-3 962 14 3-1 88-66 Most wins since 1940
10. Texas 10-3 962 17 1-1 83-69 52, most points in a bowl
12. Tennessee 10-4 904 16 3-3 101-64 Started year at 1-2
13. Florida 9-4 685 9 2-2 92-50 Allowed 524 yards in bowl
14. BYU 11-2 654 19 0-1 74-66 10 straight wins
15. Auburn 9-4 648 22 2-2 86-56 4 straight 9-win seasons
16. Arizona St. 10-3 587 12 1-3 82-69 Gave up 52 to Longhorns
17. Cincinnati 10-3 566 20 3-1 76-63 1st 10-win season since 51
18. Michigan 9-4 508 - 2-1 82-58 Carr goes out a winner
19. Hawaii 12-1 460 10 1-1 58-68 Fewest pts since 10-29-04
20. Illinois 9-4 443 13 3-2 86-59 Zook was 2-19 1st two yrs
21. Clemson 9-4 353 15 1-3 82-61 Best record since 2003
22. Texas Tech 9-4 308 - 2-2 72-69 Overcame 14-pt 4Q deficit
23. Oregon 9-4 253 - 3-1 92-61 RB Stewart 253 yds in Sun
24. Wisconsin 9-4 202 18 1-2 74-66 1-3 in Outback Bowls
25. Oregon St. 9-4 110 - 2-1 82-63 First ranking this year
Others receiving votes: Virginia 66, Penn St. 61, Kentucky 57, Wake Forest 53, Boise St. 25, Arkansas 13, Utah 9, Mississippi St. 7, Appalachian St. 5, South Florida 5, Tulsa 4, Connecticut 3, Air Force 2, Rutgers 2.
 

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