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1950 Preseason AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf WLT Points Last Week
1 < 1 Notre Dame (101) Ind 0-0 1219 DNP
2 < 4 Army (7) Ind 0-0 930 DNP
3 < 7 Michigan (3) Big Ten 0-0 688 DNP
4 < 17 Tennessee (1) SEC 0-0 553 DNP
5 < NR Texas (7) Southwest 0-0 539 DNP
6 < 2 Oklahoma (3) Big 7 0-0 469 DNP
7 < NR Stanford Pacific Coast 0-0 435 DNP
8 < NR Illinois (1) Big Ten 0-0 361 DNP
9 < 12 Cornell Ind 0-0 321 DNP
10 < NR SMU Southwest 0-0 229 DNP
11 < 6 Ohio State Big Ten 0-0 218 DNP
12 < NR USC Pacific Coast 0-0 208 DNP
13 < 11 Kentucky SEC 0-0 143 DNP
14 < 3 California Pacific Coast 0-0 97 DNP
15 < 14 Maryland Southern 0-0 82 DNP
16 < NR Duke Southern 0-0 73 DNP
17 < 20 Missouri Big 7 0-0 32 DNP
18 < 8 Minnesota Big Ten 0-0 31 DNP
19 < 19 Michigan State Ind 0-0 30 DNP
20 < 16 North Carolina Southern 0-0 27 DNP
NR < 20 Baylor Southwest 0-0 DNP
NR < 9 LSU SEC 0-0 DNP
NR < 10 Pacific Ind 0-0 DNP
NR < 18 Princeton Ind 0-0 DNP
NR < 5 Rice Southwest 0-0 DNP
NR < 15 Santa Clara Ind 0-0 DNP
NR < 13 Villanova Ind 0-0 DNP
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
Ind 4 7.8 2500
Big Ten 4 10.0 1298
Pacific Coast 3 11.0 740
Southern 3 17.0 182
Southwest 2 7.5 768
SEC 2 8.5 696
Big 7 2 11.5 501

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