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 The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press expanded college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, 2007 records, 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. Georgia (22) 11-2 1,528 2 5-0 89-52 First preseason No. 1 rank
2. Ohio St. (21) 11-2 1,506 5 3-1 67-60 20 starters return
3. Southern Cal (12) 11-2 1,490 3 4-1 75-75 6 straight 11-win seasons
4. Oklahoma (4) 11-3 1,444 8 3-1 96-70 QB Bradford 36 TDs in 2007
5. Florida (6) 9-4 1,415 13 2-2 92-50 Can Tebow top 2007?
6. Missouri 12-2 1,266 4 3-1 92-61 Highest preseason rank
7. LSU 12-2 1,135 1 7-1 91-61 Defending National Champs
8. West Virginia 11-2 1,116 6 4-1 88-64 Stewart era begins
9. Clemson 9-4 1,105 21 1-3 82-61 Favored to win ACC
QB
11. Texas 10-3 966 15 1-1 83-69 QB McCoy 18 INTs last year
12. Texas Tech 9-4 786 22 2-2 72-69 QB Harrell 5705 yds in '07
13. Wisconsin 9-4 771 24 1-2 74-66 Bielema 21-5 as head coach
14. Kansas 12-1 707 7 2-1 72-69 Coming off best year ever
15. Arizona St. 10-3 631 16 1-3 82-69 Weber won 2007 Groza Award
16. BYU 11-2 590 14 0-1 74-66 Favored to win MWC
17. Virginia Tech 11-3 578 9 3-3 99-56 Have tough road schedule
18. Tennessee 10-4 509 12 3-3 101-64 New offensive coordinator
19. South Florida 9-4 496 - 0-0 77-51 First preseason ranking
20. Illinois 9-4 483 20 3-2 86-59 Must replace RB Mendenhall
21. Oregon 9-4 366 23 3-1 92-61 Big holes to fill on ``O''
22. Penn St. 9-4 293 - 1-1 81-69 Joe Paterno has 372 wins
23. Wake Forest 9-4 227 - 1-1 78-73 20-7 over last two years
24. Alabama 7-6 89 - 2-3 87-57 Lost last 4 regular season
25. Pittsburgh 5-7 85 - 2-1 66-53 McCoy was Frosh sensation
Others receiving votes: South Carolina 84, Fresno St. 83, California 59, Utah 53, Cincinnati 44, Florida St. 41, Michigan 36, Boston College 32, Rutgers 32, Michigan St. 21, Boise St. 17, Arkansas 14, North Carolina 14, Connecticut 10, Tulsa 7, UCLA 6, Oregon St. 5, Mississippi St. 4, Virginia 4, Arizona 3, Nebraska 2, Notre Dame 2, Hawaii 1, Washington 1.

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