AP Poll Top 25 college football rankings are out for Week 9. Alabama is first, getting all votes for the No. 1 ranking. The rest of the top 5 is No. 2 Penn State, No. 3 Georgia, No. 4 TCU and No. 5 Wisconsin. Iowa State is ranked for the first time since 2005.AP Poll Top 25 college football rankings for Week 9
Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 74, Michigan 60, Mississippi State 43, San Diego State 7, Georgia Tech 5, South Carolina 2, Marshall 1, Toledo 1.
For reference, here was last week’s poll:AP Poll Top 25 college football rankings for Week 8
Others receiving votes: San Diego State 56, Texas A&M 46, Iowa State 16, Virginia 10, Kentucky 8, Utah 4, Mississippi State 3, South Carolina 2, Iowa 2, Navy 2, Texas Tech 2, Georgia Tech 1, Marshall 1, Florida State 1.AP Poll Top 25 college football scores, results for Week 8
Others receiving votes: Georgia Tech 39, West Virginia 26, Louisville 25, Utah 17, LSU 9, Florida 9, Kentucky 6, Iowa State 5, Texas A&M 4, Memphis 2.AP Poll Top 25 college football rankings scores, schedule for Week 7
Others receiving votes: Oregon 19, Florida State 15, Texas Tech 10, Georgia Tech 10, Stanford 8, Navy 7, Kansas State 3, Texas A&M 2, Memphis 2, Troy 1, Maryland 1.
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The Associated Press has revealed plans to create a destination microsite for its AP Top 25 college football poll. The new platform will serve as a primary hub for AP’s college football content and will be anchored by AP Top 25 Poll. Although the project is still in its early stages, content is expected to include AP stories, statistics, photos, video, social networking features, and curated content from college football reporters and editors at AP member news organizations. The move is part of an expanded range of digital initiatives announced by AP President and CEO Tom Curley at AP’s annual meeting on Thursday.
“We are working on an AP Top 25 offering that will pull together a network of members interested in creating a range of collegiate football products for the Web, mobile, and the tablets,” Curley said in a statement. “The arrival of smart phones and tablets, including devices like the iPad, ushers in a new era for consumers. News consumers should be able to get the content they want when they want it and even where they want it. And we, as news producers, have a second chance to innovate.”
The new platform will build upon AP’s Winter Games platform, which launched earlier this year during the 2010 Vancouver Games. It also marks the second product developed by AP Gateway, the newly founded launch pad for new services from AP and other interested news publishers. AP Gateway, which launched in February, first delivered the AP news application for the Apple iPad earlier this month.
“We think there are a number of vertical content areas, like football, where the combined strength of AP and its members could be unmatched,” says Curley. “This will be prime territory for future Gateway projects. Beyond that, we expect to offer our content partners a variety of ways to take their content to market, both individually and collectively, taking advantage of new business models, including the wide variety of pay models now under development.”
The new platform is expected to be unveiled in time for the start of the 2010 college football season.
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The Coaches Poll Top 25 college football rankings for Week 9 come out on Sunday. Week 8 is in the books.
Penn State and Notre Dame throttled Michigan and USC. And No. 1 Alabama rolled once again, this time over Tennessee.
Here’s the Coaches Poll Top 25 rankings for Week 9.Coaches Poll Top 25 college football rankings for Week 9
Memphis 119; Iowa State 32; Mississippi State 19; South Carolina 9; Georgia Tech 8; Arizona 6; Colorado State 4; Kentucky 4; Marshall 3; Boise State 3; Navy 3; Arizona State 2; Appalachian State 1; Florida 1; Syracuse 1; Troy 1.Coaches Poll Top 25 college football rankings for Week 8
Others receiving votes: Kentucky 64, Memphis 50, Virginia 42, San Diego State 39, South Carolina 19, Utah 14, Navy 9, Mississippi State 8, Boise State 4, Colorado State 4, Marshall 3, Florida 2, Georgia Tech 2, Iowa State 2.Coaches Poll Top 25 college football rankings for Week 7
Others receiving votes: Louisville 85, Georgia Tech 47, Kentucky 41, Texas Tech 29, West Virginia 29, Florida 23, Texas A&M 14, Troy 10, Memphis 9, Virginia 5, Wake Forest 5, Iowa State 4, Iowa 3, Mississippi State 3, South Carolina 3, Texas 2, Colorado State 2.Coaches Poll Top 25 schedule for Week 7
Others receiving votes: Florida State 55, Kansas State 35, Georgia Tech 31, Navy 30, Texas A&M 27, Stanford 18, Oregon 17, Kentucky 14, Troy 9, Maryland 6, Michigan State 2, Mississippi State 1, Memphis 1, Colorado State 1, Arkansas 1.College football rankings: Top 25 scores for Week 6
Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 100, Duke 93, NC State 54, Memphis 44, Kansas State 27, Minnesota 15, Wake Forest 15, UCF 13, Stanford 12, Texas Tech 11, Oregon 9, Iowa 9, Tennessee 7, South Carolina 6, Navy 6, Georgia Tech 6, Texas A&M 4, Colorado 3, Appalachian State 1, Maryland 1, Troy 1.
When it comes to college football, Alabama is on top again ahead of the 2017 season.
The Associated Press has ranked the Crimson Tide No. 1 in its preseason poll. The team won the majority of the votes for first place -- 52 out of 61 -- totaling a whopping 1,513 points.
However, even after winning four titles in the last eight years, it’s likely retaining their top billing won’t be easy after enduring a last-second loss to Clemson in the national championship last year.
Alabama has been ranked No. 1 at the beginning of a season four times with coach Nick Saban at the helm, but he has yet to win them a championship the same year the team received the AP's top preseason ranking.
They'll receive a tough test out of the gates this season when they face off against No. 3 Florida State in Atlanta on Sept. 2.
Ohio State received the No. 2 ranking, narrowly preventing the first opening game between the AP's two top-ranked teams since the preseason poll began in 1950. Still, the Alabama-Florida State opener will be the first between two teams in the top three.
Southern California starts the season at No. 4 led by Heisman Trophy favorite Sam Darnold. Clemson begins their national title defense at No. 5, having lost quarterback and title game MVP Deshaun Watson to the NFL.
Alabama: 12/5 odds
Ohio State: 13/2 odds
Florida State: 15/2 odds
Penn State: 16/1 odds
Clemson: 28/1 odds
Oklahoma: 16/1 odds
Michigan: 16/1 odds
Auburn: 20/1 odds
Washington University: 20/1 odds
Georgia: 25/1 odds
Louisville: 33/1 odds
Florida: 33/1 odds
Wisconsin: 33/1 odds
The complete top 25 is as follows:
3. Florida State
10. Oklahoma State
19. South Florida
20. Kansas State
21. Virginia Tech
22. West Virginia
24. Washington State
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