Top 25 Harris Poll rankings


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New York, N.Y. — October 7, 2012— Today’s Harris Interactive College Football Poll shows the Top 25 results
compiled from rankings submitted by the Harris Interactive panel of former coaches, players and administrators,
and current and former members of the media.

(weekend of Oct 6) (weekend of Oct 13)
1 Alabama (108) 5-0 2,820 Idle at Missouri
2 Oregon (5) 6-0 2,706 Beat Washington 52-21 Idle
3 South Carolina 6-0 2,565 Beat Georgia 35-7 at No. 8 LSU
4 West Virginia 5-0 2,376 Beat Texas 48-45 at Texas Tech
5 Kansas State 5-0 2,355 Beat Kansas 56-16 at No. 25 Iowa State
6 Florida 5-0 2,305 Beat LSU 14-6 at Vanderbilt
7 Notre Dame 5-0 2,210 Beat Miami (FL) 41-3 No. 16 Stanford
8 LSU 5-1 1,901 Lost to Florida 14-6 No. 3 South Carolina
9 Florida State 5-1 1,736 Lost to North Carolina State 17-16 Boston College
10 USC 4-1 1,634 Beat Utah 38-28 at Washington
11 Georgia 5-1 1,532 Lost to South Carolina 35-7 Idle
12 Oregon State 4-0 1,516 Beat Washington State 19-6 at BYU
13 Oklahoma 3-1 1,428 Beat Texas Tech 41-20 No. 15 Texas
14 Clemson 5-1 1,410 Beat Georgia Tech 47-31 Idle
15 Texas 4-1 1,287 Lost to West Virginia 48-45 No. 13 Oklahoma
16 Stanford 4-1 1,266 Beat Arizona 54-48 (OT) at No. 7 Notre Dame
17 Mississippi State 5-0 1,093 Beat Kentucky 27-14 Tennessee
18 Louisville 5-0 1,088 Idle at Pittsburgh
19 Rutgers 5-0 785 Beat Connecticut 19-3 Syracuse
20 Cincinnati 4-0 552 Beat Miami (OH) 52-14 Fordham
21 TCU 4-1 384 Lost to Iowa State 37-23 at Baylor
22 Boise State 4-1 335 Beat Southern Miss 40-14 Fresno State
23 Texas A&M 4-1 291 Beat Ole Miss 30-27 at No. 24 Louisiana Tech
24 Louisiana Tech 5-0 147 Beat UNLV 58-31 No. 23 Texas A&M
25 Iowa State 4-1 129 Beat TCU 37-23 No. 5 Kansas State
Number of first place votes shown in parentheses.

Other teams receiving votes: Baylor 126; Michigan State 121; Ohio 108; Arizona State 99; Nebraska 75; Michigan 67;
Northwestern 42; Wisconsin 42; Texas Tech 39; NC State 33; Oklahoma State 31; Duke 21; UCLA 16; Nevada 13;
Washington 12; California 6; Western Kentucky 5; Fresno State 4; Tulsa 4; Tennessee 3; Arizona 2; Louisiana-Monroe 2;
Virginia Tech 2; Toledo 1.

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