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September 3, 2000 AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf Rec Pts Last Week
1 < 1 Nebraska (39) Big 12 1-0 1736 W 49-13 H San Jose State
2 < 2 Florida State (28) ACC 1-0 1725  
3 < 6 Michigan Big Ten 1-0 1513  
4 < 5 Miami (FL) Big East 1-0 1493  
5 < 4 Wisconsin (1) Big Ten 1-0 1391  
6 < 7 Texas (2) Big 12 0-0 1345 DNP
7 < 8 Kansas State Big 12 2-0 1334  
8 < 9 Florida SEC 1-0 1263  
9 < 10 Georgia SEC 1-0 1245  
10 < 11 Virginia Tech Big East 1-0 1119  
11 < 12 USC Pac-10 1-0 964  
12 < 13 Tennessee SEC 1-0 901  
13 < 3 Alabama SEC 0-1 824  
14 < 15 Purdue Big Ten 1-0 805  
15 < 14 Washington Pac-10 1-0 773  
16 < NR UCLA (1) Pac-10 1-0 766  
17 < 17 Clemson ACC 1-0 612  
18 < 16 Ohio State Big Ten 1-0 591  
19 < 18 Mississippi SEC 1-0 528  
20 < 19 Oklahoma Big 12 1-0 487 W 55-14 H UTEP
21 < 21 Illinois Big Ten 1-0 398  
22 < 20 TCU WAC 0-0 354 DNP
23 < NR Notre Dame Ind 1-0 166  
24 < 24 Michigan State Big Ten 0-0 150 DNP
25 < 22 Southern Miss C-USA 0-1 125 L 19-16 A #13 Tennessee
NR < 23 Colorado Big 12 0  
NR < 25 Texas A&M Big 12 0  
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
Big Ten 6 14.2 4848
SEC 5 12.2 4761
Big 12 4 8.5 4902
Pac-10 3 14.0 2503
Big East 2 7.0 2612
ACC 2 9.5 2337
WAC 1 22.0 354
Ind 1 23.0 166
C-USA 1 25.0 125

Notes

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  • Polls from 1936-60 had 20 teams, 1961-67 had 10 teams, 1968-88 had 20 teams, and 1989-present had 25 teams.

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