The most-lopsided losses by ranked teams in the history of The Associated Press poll.
63 -- 66-3 No. 11 Texas to UCLA, Sep. 13, 1997
63 -- 63-0 No. 25 Maryland to No. 8 Florida State, Oct. 5, 2013
62 -- 62-0 No. 16 Syracuse to No. 4 Virginia Tech, Oct. 16, 1999
61 -- 61-0 No. 6 Penn to No. 1 Army, Nov. 17, 1945
59 -- 59-0 No. 2 Notre Dame to No. 1 Army, Nov. 11, 1944
59 -- 59-0 No. 14 Syracuse to No. 1 Miami (Fla.), Nov. 17, 2001
59 -- 59-0 No. 15 South Carolina to No. 5 Florida State, Nov. 5, 1988

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