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1993 NCAA Division I-A football rankings

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1993 NCAA Division I-A football rankings


Final AP poll

Ranking Team
1 Florida State
2 Notre Dame
3 Nebraska
4 Auburn
5 Florida
6 Wisconsin
7 West Virginia
8 Penn State
9 Texas A&M
10 Arizona
11 Ohio State
12 Tennessee
13 Boston College
14 Alabama
15 Miami (FL)
16 Colorado
17 Oklahoma
18 UCLA
19 North Carolina
20 Kansas State
21 Michigan
22 Virginia Tech
23 Clemson
24 Louisville
25 California
[1]

Final Coaches' poll

Ranking Team
1 Florida State
2 Notre Dame
3 Nebraska
4 Florida
5 Wisconsin
6 West Virginia
7 Penn State
8 Texas A&M
9 Arizona
10 Ohio State
11 Tennessee
12 Boston College
13 Alabama
14 Oklahoma
15 Miami (FL)
16 Colorado
17 UCLA
18 Kansas State
19 Michigan
20 Virginia Tech
21 North Carolina
22 Clemson
23 Louisville
24 California
25 USC
[2]

References

  1. ^ http://www.collegepollarchive.com/football/ap/seasons.cfm?seasonid=1993
  2. ^ http://homepages.cae.wisc.edu/~dwilson/rfsc/history/CoachPolls.txt


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