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1966 Preseason AP Football Poll

Rank

 

Team (FPV)

 

Conf

 

WLT

 

PTS

 

CP

 

Last Week

1

  <  1

 

Alabama (15)

 

SEC

 

9-1-1

 

296

 

 

DNP

2

  <  2

 

Michigan State (12)

 

Big Ten

 

10-1

 

267

 

 

DNP

3

  <  5

 

Nebraska (2)

 

Big 8

 

10-1

 

243

 

 

DNP

4

  <  4

 

UCLA (6)

 

Pac-10

 

8-2-1

 

219

 

 

DNP

5

  <  3

 

Arkansas

 

SWC

 

10-1

 

204

 

 

DNP

6

  <  9

 

Notre Dame

 

Ind

 

7-2-1

 

184

 

 

DNP

7

  <  NR

 

Syracuse

 

Ind

 

7-3

 

114

 

 

DNP

8

  <  NR

 

Purdue

 

Big Ten

 

7-2-1

 

78

 

 

DNP

9

  <  10

 

USC

 

Pac-10

 

7-2-1

 

67

 

 

DNP

10

  <  7

 

Tennessee

 

SEC

 

8-1-2

 

66

 

 

DNP

NR

  <  8

 

LSU

 

SEC

 

 

 

 

DNP

NR

  <  6

 

Missouri

 

Big 8

 

8-2-1

 

 

 

DNP

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES
Arizona, Baylor, BYU, Colorado, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Illinois, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio State, Texas, TCU, Utah State

NOTES
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- * = Received first place votes (non-AP rankings)
- CP = Coaches Poll (1950 to present)
- BCS = BCS Rankings (1998 to present; starts in mid-October)
- Clicking on the team name will display the week-by-week ranking for that team.
- Regular-season polls from 1936-60 had 20 teams, from 1961-67 had 10 teams (except for the 1961 final poll which had 20), and 1989-present had 25 teams.
- This weekly poll data was contributed to the ESPN College Football Encyclopedia



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