Week 2 AP Top 25

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    1 Florida (56) 1493
    2 Texas (2) 1424
    3 USC 1355
    4 Alabama (2) 1331
    5 Oklahoma State 1201
    6 Mississippi 1095
    7 Penn State 1082
    8 Ohio State 985
    9 Brigham Young 984
    10 California 971
    11 LSU 890
    12 Boise State 882
    13 Oklahoma 782
    14 Virginia Tech 652
    15 Georgia Tech 630
    16 TCU 523
    17 Utah 404
    18 Notre Dame 383
    19 North Carolina 338
    20 Miami (FL) 315
    21 Georgia 294
    22 Nebraska 266
    23 Cincinnati 248
    24 Kansas 196
    25 Missouri 125

    BYU jumped 11 spots. Miami went from unranked to #20 after that nailbiter last night.

    Quick look at conferences:

    Big 12: 6
    SEC: 5
    ACC: 4
    MWC: 3
    Pac-10: 2
    Big Ten: 2
     
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    And 1 WAC and 1 Big East.

    Oregon and Florida State are the only two teams to drop out of the rankings.
     
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    Ole Miss at #6 huh? I bet they are giddy in Oxford. Good thing they woke up in the 4th quarter this last weekend.
     
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    Nice to see Nebraska sliding up a couple of spots....

    Next up Arkansas State.... consider this a warm up before Virginia Tech.
     

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