College football polls

November 28, 2011 

AP Top 25

Rec.

Pts.

Pvs.

1. LSU (60)

12-0

1,500

1

2. Alabama

11-1

1,440

2

3. Oklahoma St.

10-1

1,286

5

4. Stanford

11-1

1,281

4

5. Virginia Tech

11-1

1,196

6

6. Arkansas

10-2

1,060

3

7. Houston

12-0

1,055

8

8. Oregon

10-2

1,054

9

9. Boise State

10-1

1,053

7

9. Southern Cal

10-2

1,053

10

11. Michigan St.

10-2

866

11

12. Georgia

10-2

825

13

13. Oklahoma

9-2

808

12

14. South Carolina

10-2

796

14

15. Wisconsin

10-2

749

15

16. Kansas State

9-2

658

16

17. Michigan

10-2

570

17

18. TCU

9-2

488

19

19. Baylor

8-3

468

21

20. Nebraska

9-3

352

22

21. Clemson

9-3

258

18

22. West Virginia

8-3

196

NR

23. Penn State

9-3

151

20

24. Southern Miss.

10-2

78

NR

25. Florida State

8-4

58

NR

Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 53, Texas 45, Cincinnati 23, Arkansas St. 18, Georgia Tech 16, BYU 13, Missouri 13, Virginia 9, Tulsa 7, Louisville 3, N. Illinois 1.

USA Today Top 25

Rec.

Pts.

Pvs.

1. LSU (59)

12-0

1,475

1

2. Alabama

11-1

1,411

2

3. Virginia Tech

11-1

1,291

4

4. Stanford

11-1

1,289

5

5. Oklahoma State

10-1

1,245

6

6. Houston

12-0

1,096

7

7. Oregon

10-2

1,041

9

8. Boise State

10-1

1,033

8

9. Michigan State

10-2

941

10

10. Arkansas

10-2

937

3

11. Oklahoma

9-2

882

11

12. Wisconsin

10-2

852

12

13. South Carolina

10-2

833

13

14. Georgia

10-2

816

14

15. Kansas State

9-2

681

15

16. Michigan

10-2

658

16

17. TCU

9-2

534

18

18. Baylor

8-3

457

20

19. Nebraska

9-3

390

22

20. West Virginia

8-3

295

23

21. Clemson

9-3

286

17

22. Penn State

9-3

192

19

23. Southern Mississippi

10-2

173

NR

24. Florida State

8-4

86

NR

25. Cincinnati

8-3

56

NR

Others: Texas 51; Georgia Tech 42; Brigham Young 29; Notre Dame 29; Northern Illinois 19; Missouri 16; Arkansas State 13; Ohio 8; Virginia 8; Rutgers 6; Louisiana Tech 4.

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