ITV Top 25

The first full week of college football has been completed and with it comes the updated ITV Top 25.

Oklahoma, who was took the top spot in the preseason poll continues to hold down the #1 ranking. However, there was some movement within the top 10 programs.

Behind its 23-0 victory over Auburn, Southern Cal has climbed from #8 to #4. Auburn, who was previously ranked #5 dropped 12 spots to #17. Kansas State also made a jump, climbing from 11th to 8th in this weeks poll.

Maryland, with its overtime loss to Northern Illinois, fell from the rankings, as did Washington following its loss to Ohio State. Nebraska, behind the strength of its victory over Oklahoma State, joined the poll at #22, while Arizona State, who opens their season this weekend against Northern Arizona, joins at #23.


TEAM               (1st)    Points   LW
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1.  Oklahoma        (5)        357    1
2.  Ohio State      (2)        339    2
3.  Miami           (1)        325    3
4.  Southern Cal               306    8
5.  Michigan        (1)        296    4
6.  Texas                      286    6
7.  Georgia                    280    9
8.  Kansas State               274   11
9.  Virginia Tech              271   10
10. Pittsburgh                 262    7
11. Florida State              238   12
12. Louisiana State            217   15
13. North Carolina State       209   17
14. Notre Dame                 195   13
15. Tennessee                  189   14
16. Florida                    173   22
17. Auburn                     167    5
18. Wisconsin                  147   25
19. Colorado                   140   23
20. Virginia                   137   18
21. Texas Christian            102   21
22. Nebraska                    88   NR
23. Arizona State               83   NR
24. Oregon State                77   19
25. Purdue                      62   24

OTHERS:
Washington 48, Northern Illinois 42, Louisville 39, Alabama 40, 
Iowa 38, Colorado State 34, BYU 26, Penn State 25, Missouri 25

(Poll votes and compilation by ITV staff members.)


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