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Wisconsin Remains at No. 5 in AP Poll

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The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 18, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:
                                                        Record    Pts    Pv
  1.  Alabama  (58)                          11-0    1522      1
  2.  Miami  (3)                                10-0    1433      2
  3.  Oklahoma                                  10-1    1370      3
  4.  Clemson                                    10-1    1355      4
  5.  Wisconsin                                11-0    1328      5
  6.  Auburn                                        9-2    1203      6
  7.  Georgia                                    10-1    1157      7
  8.  Ohio  St.                                    9-2    1064      8
  9.  Notre  Dame                                9-2    1023      9
10.  TCU                                              9-2      906    11
11.  Southern  Cal                          10-2      891    12
12.  Penn  St.                                    9-2      888    13
13.  UCF                                            10-0      833    14
14.  Washington  St.                        9-2      697    15
15.  Washington                                9-2      613    16
16.  Mississippi  St.                      8-3      573    17
17.  Memphis                                      9-1      496    18
18.  Oklahoma  St.                            8-3      422    10
19.  LSU                                              8-3      415    21
20.  Stanford                                    8-3      407    20
21.  Michigan  St.                            8-3      366    22
22.  South  Florida                          9-1      247    23
23.  Northwestern                            8-3      232    NR
24.  Virginia  Tech                          8-3      136    NR
25.  Boise  St.                                  9-2        96    NR
   

Others receiving votes: Michigan 49, Iowa St. 47, South Carolina 30, NC State 9, San Diego St. 8, Wake Forest 7, Texas A&M 1, Fresno St. 1.

 

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