AP college football poll


Monday, November 13th 2006, 6:34 am
By: News On 6


The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press expanded college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 11, 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. (64) 11-0 1,624 1 3-0 55-52 Another 1-2 matchup for OSU

2. Michigan (1) 11-0 1,561 2 1-0 62-44 1-2-1 vs. a No. 1 Ohio St.

3. Florida 9-1 1,436 6 2-1 60-34 First meeting W. Carolina

4. Southern Cal 8-1 1,433 7 2-0 51-33 Carroll 18-0 in November

5. Arkansas 9-1 1,331 11 2-1 48-43 9 straight wins

6. Notre Dame 9-1 1,302 9 1-1 54-39 11 straight wins over Army

7. Rutgers 9-0 1,212 15 1-0 42-31 Shutout Cards in 2nd half

8. West Virginia 8-1 1,075 10 0-1 40-30 6-4 last 10 vs. Panthers

9. LSU 8-2 1,074 12 1-2 52-38 6-4 last 10 vs. Ole Miss

10. Louisville 8-1 1,028 3 2-1 50-31 1-2 vs. South Florida

11. Texas 9-2 965 4 2-1 59-37 QB McCoy gets knocked out

12. Wisconsin 10-1 930 16 0-1 51-46 7-1 in B10 for third time

13. Boise St. 10-0 805 14 0-0 42-38 Squeaked by Spartans

14. Wake Forest 9-1 777 18 1-1 34-46 First time Deacons are 9-1

15. Auburn 9-2 751 5 2-0 58-43 Outgained 446-171 by Dawgs

16. Oklahoma 8-2 746 17 2-2 51-42 15-0 vs. Baylor

17. California 8-2 595 8 2-1 49-35 Bears blow a 17-3 lead

18. Georgia Tech 8-2 563 19 1-2 52-39 ACC Coastal Division champs

19. Virginia Tech 8-2 413 20 1-1 44-38 7-3 last 10 vs. Deacons

20. Boston College 8-2 350 22 2-1 48-34 Top passing offense in ACC

21. Maryland 8-2 309 23 1-2 46-34 Tied for lead-ACC Atlantic

22. Tennessee 7-3 276 13 2-3 58-33 Fulmer 12-1 vs. Commodores

23. BYU 8-2 216 25 1-1 42-46 Clinched share of MWC title

24. Nebraska 8-3 197 _ 0-2 58-34 Won B12 North title

25. Clemson 8-3 57 _ 2-0 54-46 RB Spiller 154 yards & a TD

Others receiving votes: Hawaii 39, Oregon 36, Kansas St. 8, TCU 7, Texas A&M 6, Georgia 3.