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November 27, 1939 AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf W-L-T Points Last Week
1 < 1 Texas A&M (27) Southwest 9-0 939 DNP
1 < 4 USC (25) Pacific Coast 6-0-1 939 W 20-12 A #7 Notre Dame
3 < 3 Cornell (34) Ind 8-0 909 W 26-0 A #0 Penn
4 < 2 Tennessee (18) SEC 8-0 871  
5 < 5 Tulane (4) SEC 7-0-1 670 W 52-0 H Sewanee
6 < 12 Duquesne Ind 8-0 334 W 22-7 N #0 Carnegie Mellon
7 < 8 Duke (2) Southern 8-1 331  
8 < 10 Missouri Big 6 8-1 277  
9 < 9 Iowa Big Ten 6-1-1 129  
10 < 11 Holy Cross Ind 7-1 123 DNP
11 < 7 Notre Dame Ind 7-2 105  
12 < 6 Ohio State Big Ten 6-2 95  
13 < 13 UCLA Pacific Coast 5-0-3 75.5  
14 < 15 Clemson (1) Southern 8-1 46  
15 < NR Michigan Big Ten 6-2 40.5  
16 < 17 North Carolina Southern 7-1-1 40  
17 < 16 Georgetown Ind 7-0-1 33 DNP
18 < NR Nebraska Big 6 7-1-1 30  
19 < NR San Jose State CCAA 12-0 29 W 42-7 H #0 Fresno State
20 < 17 Santa Clara Ind 5-1-3 22  
NR < 19 Georgia Tech SEC 0  
NR < 14 Oklahoma Big 6 6-2-1 0 L 13-7 A Nebraska
NR < 19 Princeton Ind 0  
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
Ind 6 11.2 1526
Big Ten 3 12.0 264.5
Southern 3 12.3 417
SEC 2 4.5 1541
Pacific Coast 2 7.0 1014.5
Big 6 2 13.0 307
Southwest 1 1.0 939
CCAA 1 19.0 29

Notes

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