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"The Associated Press has been ranking the best teams in college football for the last 80 seasons. Since the first Top 20 in 1936, 1,103 polls have been taken and 164 schools have been ranked. Minnesota was the first No. 1 in 1936. Western Kentucky was the last team to make its poll debut (in the final poll of the 2015 season). In between, Muhlenburg, NYU and Colorado College have made appearances.", www.fredericksburg.com
"The Associated Press began asking the most important question in sports in 1936, and 1,103 times since then the AP college football poll has provided an answer that has only led to more questions, such as: The arguments about what team is best in college football have moved from bars and taverns to Facebook and Twitter, but if you think it's more heated now then back in the day, consider: Before the AP started asking its member sports writers and editors to vote for the top teams, then-sports editor Alan J. Gould in 1935 went about ranking them himself. In the final rankings he named Minnesota, Princeton and TCU co-No. 1s, and Gophers fans, as the story goes, hanged Gould in effigy. The Bowl Championship Series led to the College Football Playoff and at this point college football's champion is sort of settled on the field. With that in mind, the AP is using 80 years of poll data and a simple formula to bring you the top 100 college football programs of the poll era.", www.sfchronicle.com
"This one will leave a mark. As Texas A&M is wrapped up in controversy over the sexist presentation put on by a pair of Aggie assistants at a women's football clinic last week, the former head coach of a one-time rival, Texas' Mack Brown, made an appearance on the Paul Finebaum Show on Monday.", collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com
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