The U.P. Top 25 [Week One]

This is the Uncle Popov Top 25.  It is the first week for the poll, but based on results after week four in the FBS college football season.  Currently, we only have four voters, so if you would like to join in, contact the Uncle!

  1. Florida – 97 points (2)
  2. Alabama – 97 points (1)
  3. Texas – 96 points (1)
  4. Boise State – 85 points
  5. LSU – 82 points
  6. Virginia Tech – 76 points
  7. Houston – 72 points
  8. TCU – 70 points
  9. USC – 69 points
  10. Cincinnati – 68 points
  11. Iowa – 62 points
  12. Ohio State – 56 points
  13. Oklahoma State – 45 points
  14. Oklahoma – 44 points
  15. Penn State – 37 points
  16. Kansas – 35 points
  17. Oregon – 31 points
  18. Georgia – 27 points [tie]
  19. Michigan – 27 points [tie]
  20. Mississippi – 26 points
  21. Nebraska – 25 points
  22. Auburn – 11 points
  23. California – 10 points [tie]
  24. Miami (FL) – 10 points [tie]
  25. Missouri – 10 points [tie]

Others Receiving Votes: Georgia Tech (9); South Carolina (9); Utah (9); Wisconsin (6); South Florida (2); Central Michigan (1)

Conference Breakdown:

  • Big 12: six teams
  • SEC: six teams
  • Big Ten: four teams
  • Pac-10: three teams
  • ACC: two teams
  • Big East: one team
  • C-USA: one team
  • Mountain West: one team
  • WAC: one team
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2 thoughts on “The U.P. Top 25 [Week One]

  1. Why do you think the Utes and ‘Cocks can’t get any top 25 love? Utes only loss was a well played game at Oregon (tough place to play, just ask Cal), and South Carolina has played in some big games this season only losing to UGA.

  2. i wondered the same thing about Auburn. personally, i am not yet impressed with Utah or [the real] USC. i thought Mississippi was overrated, so the ‘Cocks beating them did not surprise me too much. Utah…they were my last team out.

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