College Football Rankings: 2018 Final AP Top 25 Poll

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Week 16
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Clemson Tigers
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Alabama Crimson Tide
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Ohio State Buckeyes
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Oklahoma Sooners
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish
6
LSU Tigers
7
Florida Gators
8
Georgia Bulldogs
9
Texas Longhorns
10
Washington State Cougars
11
Central Florida Knights
12
Kentucky Wildcats
13
Washington Huskies
14
Michigan Wolverines
15
Syracuse Orange
16
Texas A&M Aggies
17
Penn State Nittany Lions
18
Fresno State Bulldogs
19
Army Black Knights
20
West Virginia Mountaineers
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Northwestern Wildcats
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Utah State Aggies
23
Boise State Broncos
24
Cincinnati Bearcats
25
Iowa Hawkeyes

The final AP Top 25 Rankings dropped early Tuesday morning.

Can you believe the college football season is already over?

Key Takeaways

Florida and Georgia finished tied at No. 7, and Florida is listed first in our ranking due to alphabetical order.

Clemson finished with every first place vote (61) following its blowout win over Alabama.




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  • 4 of the top 10 from the SEC… Not bad at all.

  • Frankly not sure how lsu finishes ahead of florida and georgia. Both florida and lsu had embarrassing home losses. And with the head to head win, which was won in the trenches…. id have 6)uga 2)uf 3)lsu… seasons to be proud of by all

    • What? The entirety of the schedule favored LSU. Getting blown out by Bama is no cause for embarrassment. Now I’m forced to laugh at a certain UF fan, because I said I would. Just keeping my work. Ha.

  • The Coaches have UF 6th, followed by LSU and UGA.

  • Top 10 is reasonable. Not totally convinced with ND. LSU got lots of respect as did UF. Is Texas finally waking out of a 2 decade slumber?

    • Texas, more like a one decade slumber. They were Rip van winkle asleep for those 10 years though. Not sure they should be behind Georgia in this poll. until the end of the sugar bowl, Texas really was much more dominant. Not buying the Notre Dame rank. They looked lost, then again, so did ‘Bama

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