The AP Top 25


Sunday, August 11th 2002, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press preseason college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, 2001 records, total points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point for a 25th place vote and 2001 final ranking:

;Record;Pts;Pvs

1. Miami (27);12-0;1,746;1

2. Oklahoma (21);11-2;1,732;6

3. Florida St. (10);8-4;1,683;15

4. Texas (13);11-2;1,682;5

5. Tennessee (3);11-2;1,601;4

6. Florida;10-2;1,313;3

7. Colorado;10-3;1,291;9

8. Georgia;8-4;1,179;22

9. Washington;8-4;1,133;19

10. Nebraska;11-2;1,131;8

11. Washington St.;10-2;1,096;10

12. Michigan;8-4;1,061;20

13. Ohio St.;7-5;1,029;_

14. LSU;10-3;832;7

15. Oregon;11-1;736;2

16. Virginia Tech;8-4;583;18

17. Louisville;11-2;574;17

18. Michigan St.;7-5;468;_

19. Marshall;11-2;433;_

20. Southern Cal;6-6;420;_

21. Maryland;10-2;318;11

22. South Carolina;9-3;268;13

23. Texas A&M;8-4;247;_

24. Penn St.;5-6;221;_

25. Wisconsin;5-7;193;_

Others receiving votes: Kansas St. 171, N.C. State 154, Auburn 131, Boston College 108, Alabama 106, UCLA 59, Oregon St. 52, Illinois 51, Arkansas 50, Georgia Tech 47, Clemson 29, Southern Miss. 27, Purdue 24, Texas Tech 18, BYU 10, Utah 10, Mississippi 9, Colorado St. 6, Boise St. 4, Syracuse 4, Notre Dame 3, Fresno St. 2, North Carolina 2, Toledo 2, Middle Tennessee 1.