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1979 NCAA Division I-A football rankings

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1979 NCAA Division I-A football rankings


Final AP poll

Ranking Team
1 Alabama
2 USC
3 Oklahoma
4 Ohio State
5 Houston
6 Florida State
7 Pittsburgh
8 Arkansas
9 Nebraska
10 Purdue
11 Washington
12 Texas
13 BYU
14 Baylor
15 North Carolina
16 Auburn
17 Temple
18 Michigan
19 Indiana
20 Penn State
[1]

Final Coaches' poll

Ranking Team
1 Alabama
2 USC
3 Oklahoma
4 Ohio State
5 Houston
6 Pittsburgh
7 Nebraska
8 Florida State
9 Arkansas
10 Purdue
11 Washington
12 BYU
13 Texas
14 North Carolina
15 Baylor
16 Indiana
17 Temple
18 Penn State
19 Michigan
20 Missouri
[2]

References

  1. ^ http://www.collegepollarchive.com/football/ap/seasons.cfm?seasonid=1979
  2. ^ http://homepages.cae.wisc.edu/~dwilson/rfsc/history/CoachPolls.txt


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