November 29, 2015 AP Football Poll
- North Carolina makes first appearance in the Top 10 since the final 1997 poll (294 polls)
- Baylor's Top 10 streak ends at 20
- Florida's Top 25 streak reaches 10
- Michigan's Top 25 streak reaches 10
- Ohio State's Top 10 streak reaches 20
- North Carolina ties Purdue for #36
- Northwestern reaches 170 appearances
- Oklahoma State reaches 210 appearances
- Temple ties 2 others for #104
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