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1944 Final AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf WLT PTS Last Week
1 < 1 Army (95) Ind 9-0 1165 W 23-7 N #2 Navy
2 < 3 Ohio State (5) Big Ten 9-0 941  
3 < 3 Randolph Field (17) Ind 9-0 886  
4 < 2 Navy Ind 6-3 713 L 23-7 N #1 Army
5 < 5 Bainbridge Naval (3) Ind 10-0 543  
6 < 6 Iowa Pre-Flight (1) Ind 10-1 451  
7 < 7 USC PCC 7-0-2 427  
8 < 8 Michigan Big Ten 8-2 388  
9 < 9 Notre Dame Ind 8-2 355  
10 < 14 March Field/4th AF Ind 7-0-2 154  
11 < 11 Duke Southern 6-4 149  
12 < 10 Tennessee SEC 7-0-1 132  
13 < NR Georgia Tech SEC 8-2 60  
13 < 13 Norman Pre-Flight Ind 6-0 60  
15 < NR Illinois Big Ten 5-4-1 57  
16 < 18 El Toro Marines Ind 7-1 35  
17 < 12 Great Lakes Naval Ind 8-2 33  
18 < NR Fort Pierce Naval Ind 8-0 32  
19 < NR St. Mary's Pre-Flight Ind 5-3 31  
20 < 20 2nd Air Force Ind 8-2-1 27  
NR < 16 Alabama SEC  
NR < 17 Camp Peary Ind  
NR < 15 Oklahoma State MVC 7-1 DNP
NR < 18 Yale Ind  
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg RK Total Pts
Independent 13 10.8 4485
Big Ten 3 8.3 1386
Southeastern 2 12.5 192
Pacific Coast 1 7.0 427
Southern 1 11.0 149

Notes

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