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Associated Press, USA Today/ESPN Preseason Top 25 Poll Announced
Release: 08/10/2000
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THE PRESEASON TOP 25
By The Associated Press
The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press preseason college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, 1999 records, total points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point for a 25th place vote and ranking in the 1999 final poll:

RecordPtsPvs
1.Nebraska (36)12-11,7323
2.Florida St. (29)12-01,7201
3.Alabama (3)10-31,5708
4.Wisconsin (1)10-21,4084
5.Miami9-41,39215
6.Michigan10-21,3805
7.Texas (2)9-51,29721
8.Kansas St.11-11,2766
9.Florida9-41,25512
10.Georgia8-41,22616
11.Virginia Tech11-11,0442
12.Tennessee9-39409
13.Washington7-5816-
14.Purdue7-575125
15.Southern California6-6723-
16.Ohio St.6-6601-
17.Clemson6-6599-
18.Mississippi8-454122
19.Oklahoma7-5455-
20.TCU8-4404-
21.Illinois8-436124
22.Penn St.10-335911
23.Southern Miss.9-322414
24.Colorado7-5166-
25.Michigan St.10-21457

Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 139, UCLA 115, East Carolina 75, Oregon 63, Auburn 36, Colorado St. 35, Mississippi St. 34, Utah 33, Notre Dame 32, Virginia 26, Marshall 23, Arkansas 22, Georgia Tech 10, LSU 10, Syracuse 9, BYU 7, Minnesota 5, Boston College 3, Kentucky 3, Texas Tech 3, Toledo 3, Stanford 2, Arizona St. 1, Oregon St. 1.

USA TODAY/ESPN PRESEASON TOP 25 POLL
The Top Twenty Five teams in the USA Today/ESPN preseason college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, 1999 records, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking:

RecordPtsPvs
1.Nebraska (36)12-11,4422
2.Florida State (21)12-01,4261
3.Alabama (1)10-31,2668
4.Michigan10-21,1965
5.Wisconsin (1)10-21,1924
6.Miami9-41,11015
7.Florida9-41,06514
8.Texas9-599723
9.Kansas State11-19856
10.Virginia Tech11-19743
11.Georgia8-493316
12.Tennessee9-38409
13.Purdue7-5626-
14.Washington8-4586-
15.Ohio State6-6543-
16.Southern California6-6530-
17.Penn State10-348911
18.Mississippi8-437622
19.Clemson6-6340-
20.Oklahoma7-5283-
21.Illinois8-427925
22.Michigan State10-22457
23.Texas Christian8-4215-
24.Texas A&M8-421120
25.Southern Mississippi9-319713

Also receiving votes: Colorado 164, Mississippi State 116, UCLA 69, Arkansas 55, Minnesota 54, Oregon 52, Georgia Tech 48, East Carolina 41, Marshall 38, Utah 32, Syracuse 31, Brigham Young 28, Virginia 24, Colorado State 21, Notre Dame 14, Stanford 12, Oregon State 7, Vanderbilt 7, Boston College 3, San Diego State 3, Arizona 2, Fresno State 2, Hawaii 2, Arizona State 1, Duke 1, Idaho 1, Toledo 1.

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