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"We can't wait for college football to start, so we studied the best teams in the nation and put them in an order. It will be wrong, of course. Preseason rankings always are. But we're presenting the Freep college football preseason Top 25 anyway ...", www.freep.com
"The Associated Press released an 'all-time' college football poll on Tuesday. Alabama, which has won more AP championships than any other school (10), was chosen as the No. 4 team. Ohio State, which has won the AP title exactly half as many times, was No. 1, with Oklahoma and Notre Dame coming in between.", www.tuscaloosanews.com
"Nevada has cracked the Top 100 all-time college football rankings issued by The Associated Press -- barely.Nevada comes in tied for the 99th position along with Columbia, William & Mary and Bowling Green.The AP used 80 years of poll data and a simple formu", mynews4.com
"No. 1: Ohio State. This Oct. 10, 1936, file photo, shows Ohio State team captain Merle Wendt, left, Alan Gould, center, Associated Press sports editor, and Pittsbugh captain Bill Glassford. No. 1 Ohio State (1,112 points) Total appearances: 852, 77.24 percent of all polls. First appearance: 1936. No. 1 rankings: 105. Championships: Five (last 2014). Best full decade: 1970s appeared in 92.57 percent of polls. Worst full decade: 1940s appeared in 55.68 percent of polls. Poll point: There have only been three seasons during the 80-year history of the AP poll in which the Buckeyes were not ranked at least once, the fewest poll-less seasons of any program.", www.ydr.com
"To determine an all-time Top 100 for the first time, the Associated Press counted poll appearances (one point) to mark consistency, No. 1 rankings (two points) to acknowledge elite programs and gave a bonus for championships won (10 points).", www.kansascity.com
"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.morganton.com
"Just in time for the start of a new season, the Associated Press has found a new way to stir up fan bases all across the country. For the first time in the organization's 80-plus year history, the AP has put together its Top 100 programs, a list that's based on total poll appearances, number of t...", collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com
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