AP Expanded Top 25 Print
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Wednesday, 05 December 2007 22:10
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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. Ohio St. (50) 11-1 1,578 3 3-0 65-57 Return to BCS title game
2. LSU (11) 11-2 1,519 5 6-1 86-59 Both losses came in 3 OTs
3. Oklahoma (1) 11-2 1,423 9 3-0 80-66 Big 12 champions
4. Georgia (1) 10-2 1,421 4 4-0 72-50 Co-champion of SEC East
5. Virginia Tech (1) 11-2 1,380 6 3-2 84-51 ACC champions
6. Southern Cal 10-2 1,346 8 3-1 63-70 6 consecutive Pac-10 titles
7. Missouri 11-2 1,195 1 2-1 82-52 Most wins in regular season
8. Kansas 11-1 1,164 7 1-1 59-64 Scored 44.3 points per game
9. Florida 9-3 1,071 10 2-2 78-45 Tebow closer to the Heisman
10. Hawaii (1) 12-0 1,050 11 1-0 45-64 Only undefeated team in FBS
11. West Virginia 10-2 1,040 2 3-1 73-59 Another No. 2 goes down
12. Arizona St. 10-2 939 13 1-2 69-64 Still a BCS contender
13. Illinois 9-3 797 15 3-1 73-49 Last bowl game: 2002 Sugar
14. Boston College 10-3 668 12 3-1 80-54 May go to Champ Sports Bowl
15. Clemson 9-3 614 16 1-2 72-52 QB Harper expected for bowl
16. Tennessee 9-4 554 14 2-3 86-78 May go to Outback Bowl
17. Texas 9-3 517 17 1-1 70-64 RB Charles top B12 rusher
18. Wisconsin 9-3 447 19 1-1 63-58 headed to Outback Bowl
19. BYU 10-2 439 21 0-1 64-58 16 straight MWC wins
20. Cincinnati 9-3 394 20 3-1 66-56 Headed to PapaJohns Bowl
21. Virginia 9-3 344 22 1-1 68-65 Groh ACC coach of the year
22. Auburn 8-4 264 23 1-2 73-50 New contract for Tuberville
23. South Florida 9-3 246 25 2-0 74-48 Headed to the Sun Bowl
24. Boise St. 10-2 221 24 0-1 57-66 Top defense in the WAC
25. Arkansas 8-4 173 - 2-2 64-59 Nutt off to Ole Miss
Others receiving votes: Texas Tech 137, UCF 35, Connecticut 31, Oregon 30, Oregon St. 30, Michigan 26, Air Force 17, Kentucky 13, Penn St. 1, Wake Forest 1.
 

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