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2012 NCAA Division I FBS football rankings

Three human polls and one formula ranking make up the 2012 NCAA Division I FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) football rankings, in addition to various publications' preseason polls. Unlike most sports, college football's governing body, the NCAA, does not bestow a national championship title. That title is bestowed by one or more of four different polling agencies. There are two main weekly polls that begin in the preseason—the AP Poll and the Coaches' Poll. Two additional polls are released midway through the season; the Harris Interactive Poll is released after the sixth week of the season, and the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) standings are released after the seventh week. The Harris Poll and Coaches Poll are factors in the BCS standings. At the end of the season, on Sunday, December 2, 2012, the BCS standings determine who plays in the BCS bowl games as well as the 2013 BCS National Championship Game on January 7, 2013, at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Legend
  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  Not ranked previous week
  Selected for BCS National Championship Game
(#-#)   Win-loss record
(Italics)   Number of first place votes
т Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

Contents

  • AP Poll 1
  • Coaches' Poll 2
  • Harris Interactive Poll 3
  • BCS Standings 4
  • References 5

AP Poll

Coaches' Poll

Preseason
Aug 2
Week 1
Sep 4
Week 2
Sep 9
Week 3
Sep 16
Week 4
Sep 23
Week 5
Sep 30
Week 6
Oct 7
Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14
Dec 2
Week 15 (Final)
Jan 8
1. LSU (18) Alabama (1–0) (37) Alabama (2–0) (42) Alabama (3–0) (54) Alabama (4–0) (57) Alabama (5–0) (57) Alabama (5–0) (58) Alabama (6–0) (59) Alabama (7–0) (59) Alabama (8–0) (59) Alabama (9–0) (59) Oregon (10–0) (44) Notre Dame (11–0) (56) Notre Dame (12–0) (56) Notre Dame (12–0) (56) Alabama (13–1) (56) 1.
2. Alabama (20) USC (1–0) (14) LSU (2–0) (5) LSU (3–0) (5) Oregon (4–0) Oregon (5–0) Oregon (6–0) (1) Oregon (6–0) Oregon (7–0) Oregon (8–0) Oregon (9–0) Kansas State (10–0) (14) Alabama (10–1) (2) Alabama (11–1) (2) Alabama (12–1) (3) Oregon (12–1) 2.
3. USC (19) LSU (1–0) (7) USC (2–0) (11) Oregon (3–0) LSU (4–0) (1) LSU (5–0) (1) South Carolina (6–0) Kansas State (6–0) Florida (7–0) Kansas State (8–0) Kansas State (9–0) Notre Dame (10–0) (1) Georgia (10–1) (1) Georgia (11–1) (1) Oregon (11–1) Notre Dame (12–1) 3.
4. Oklahoma (1) Oregon (1–0) (1) Oregon (2–0) (1) Florida State (3–0) Florida State (4–0) (1) Florida State (5–0) (1) West Virginia (5–0) Florida (6–0) Kansas State (7–0) Notre Dame (8–0) Notre Dame (9–0) Georgia (9–1) Oregon (10–1) Oregon (11–1) Florida (11–1) Georgia (12–2) 4.
5. Oregon Oklahoma (1–0) Oklahoma (2–0) Oklahoma (2–0) Georgia (4–0) Georgia (5–0) Kansas State (5–0) Notre Dame (6–0) Notre Dame (7–0) LSU (7–1) Georgia (8–1) Alabama (9–1) Florida State (10–1) Florida (11–1) Georgia (11–2) Texas A&M (11–2) 5.
6. Georgia Florida State (1–0) Florida State (2–0) Georgia (3–0) South Carolina (4–0) South Carolina (5–0) Notre Dame (5–0) LSU (6–1) LSU (7–1) Georgia (7–1) Florida State (8–1) Florida State (9–1) Florida (10–1) LSU (10–2) Kansas State (11–1) Stanford (12–2) 6.
7. Florida State (1) Georgia (1–0) Georgia (2–0) West Virginia (2–0) West Virginia (3–0) West Virginia (4–0) Florida (5–0) Oklahoma (4–1) Oklahoma (5–1) Florida State (8–1) Florida (8–1) Florida (9–1) LSU (9–2) Kansas State (10–1) LSU (10–2) South Carolina (11–2) 7.
8. Michigan West Virginia (1–0) West Virginia (1–0) South Carolina (3–0) Kansas State (4–0) Kansas State (4–0) LSU (5–1) South Carolina (6–1) USC (6–1) Florida (7–1) Clemson (8–1) LSU (8–2) Kansas State (10–1) Texas A&M (10–2) Stanford (11–2) Florida State (12–2) 8.
9. South Carolina South Carolina (1–0) South Carolina (2–0) Clemson (3–0) Stanford (3–0) Texas (4–0) USC (4–1) USC (5–1) Oregon State (6–0) Clemson (7–1) LSU (7–2) Clemson (9–1) Clemson (10–1) Stanford (10–2) Texas A&M (10–2) Clemson (11–2) 9.
10. Arkansas Arkansas (1–0) Michigan State (2–0) Texas (3–0) Texas (3–0) Notre Dame (4–0) Oklahoma (3–1) Florida State (6–1) Florida State (7–1) Louisville (8–0) Louisville (9–0) Texas A&M (8–2) Texas A&M (9–2) South Carolina (10–2) South Carolina (10–2) Florida (11–2) 10.
11. West Virginia Michigan State (1–0) Clemson (2–0) Stanford (3–0) Notre Dame (4–0) Florida (4–0) Florida State (5–1) Oregon State (5–0) Georgia (6–1) South Carolina (7–2) South Carolina (7–2) South Carolina (8–2) Stanford (9–2) Oklahoma (9–2) Oklahoma (10–2) Kansas State (11–2) 11.
12. Wisconsin Clemson (1–0) Texas (2–0) USC (2–1) Florida (4–0) USC (3–1) Georgia (5–1) Georgia (5–1) Mississippi State (7–0) Oklahoma (5–2) Oregon State (7–1) Oklahoma (7–2) South Carolina (9–2) Florida State (10–2) Florida State (11–2) LSU (10–3) 12.
13. Michigan State Wisconsin (1–0) Virginia Tech (2–0) Kansas State (3–0) USC (3–1) TCU (4–0) Clemson (5–1) Clemson (5–1) Clemson (6–1) Oregon State (6–1) Oklahoma (6–2) Stanford (8–2) Oklahoma (8–2) Nebraska (10–2) Clemson (10–2) Louisville (11–2) 13.
14. Clemson Nebraska (1–0) Kansas State (2–0) Florida (3–0) TCU (3–0) Oklahoma (2–1) Oregon State (4–0) Louisville (6–0) Louisville (7–0) Boise State (7–1) Texas A&M (7–2) Nebraska (8–2) Nebraska (9–2) Clemson (10–2) Oregon State (9–3) Boise State (11–2) 14.
15. Texas Texas (1–0) TCU (2–0) Notre Dame (3–0) Oklahoma (2–1) Clemson (4–1) Texas (4–1) West Virginia (5–1) Rutgers (7–0) Stanford (6–2) Stanford (7–2) Texas (8–2) Texas (8–2) Boise State (9–2) Boise State (10–2) Oklahoma (10–3) 15.
16. Nebraska Oklahoma State (1–0) Stanford (2–0) TCU (2–0) Clemson (3–1) Louisville (5–0) Louisville (5–0) Mississippi State (6–0) South Carolina (6–2) Texas A&M (6–2) Nebraska (7–2) UCLA (8–2) UCLA (9–2) UCLA (9–3) Northern Illinois (12–1) Northwestern (10–3) 16.
17. TCU TCU (0–0) Florida (2–0) Michigan (2–1) Louisville (4–0) Oregon State (3–0) Stanford (4–1) Rutgers (6–0) Texas Tech (6–1) USC (6–2) Texas (7–2) Oregon State (7–2) Oregon State (8–2) Oregon State (8–3) Northwestern (9–3) Utah State (11–2) 17.
18. Stanford Virginia Tech (1–0) Michigan (1–1) Louisville (3–0) Michigan State (3–1) Stanford (3–1) Mississippi State (5–0) Cincinnati (5–0) Boise State (6–1) Mississippi State (7–1) Louisiana Tech (8–1) Louisville (9–1) Louisville (9–1) Northern Illinois (11–1) Louisville (10–2) Texas (9–4) 18.
19. Oklahoma State Michigan (0–1) Notre Dame (2–0) UCLA (3–0) Mississippi State (4–0) Mississippi State (4–0) Rutgers (5–0) Texas A&M (5–1) Stanford (5–2) West Virginia (5–2) UCLA (7–2) Louisiana Tech (9–1) Rutgers (9–1) Kent State (11–1) UCLA (9–4) Oregon State (9–4) 19.
20. Virginia Tech Kansas State (1–0) Louisville (2–0) Michigan State (2–1) Nebraska (3–1) Nebraska (4–1) Cincinnati (4–0) Texas Tech (5–1) Michigan (5–2) Texas Tech (6–2) Rutgers (7–1) Rutgers (8–1) Michigan (8–3) Northwestern (9–3) Utah State (10–2) Vanderbilt (9–4) 20.
21. Kansas State Stanford (1–0) Arkansas (1–1) Arizona (3–0) Oregon State (2–0) Rutgers (4–1) Texas A&M (4–1) TCU (5–1) Texas A&M (5–2) Nebraska (6–2) Northwestern (7–2) USC (7–3) Oklahoma State (7–3) Texas (8–3) Nebraska (10–3) San Jose State (11–2) 21.
22. Boise State Notre Dame (1–0) Wisconsin (1–1) Nebraska (2–1) Oklahoma State (2–1) Northwestern (5–0) Boise State (4–1) Boise State (5–1) West Virginia (5–2) Texas (6–2) USC (6–3) Boise State (8–2) Boise State (9–2) Utah State (10–2) Michigan (8–4) Cincinnati (10–3) 22.
23. Florida Florida (1–0) UCLA (2–0) Mississippi State (3–0) Wisconsin (3–1) Cincinnati (3–0) TCU (4–1) Stanford (4–2) Ohio (7–0) Louisiana Tech (7–1) Mississippi State (7–2) Michigan (7–3) Northern Illinois (10–1) Louisville (9–2) Wisconsin (8–5) Nebraska (10–4) 23.
24. Notre Dame Louisville (1–0) Nebraska (1–1) Wisconsin (2–1) Baylor 3–0 Texas Tech (4–0) Louisiana Tech (5–0) Arizona State (5–1) Texas (5–2) Oklahoma State (5–2) Boise State (7–2) Oklahoma State (6–3) Mississippi State (8–3) Michigan (8–4) San Jose State (10–2) Northern Illinois (12–2) 24.
25. Auburn Boise State (0–1) Arizona (2–0) Oklahoma State (2–1) Rutgers (4–0) т
Virginia Tech (3–1) т
Boise State (3–1) Iowa State 4–1 Michigan (4–2) Wisconsin (6–2) Rutgers (7–1) Toledo (8–1) Texas Tech (7–3) Kent State (10–1) Rutgers (9–2) Texas (8–4) Tulsa (11–3) 25.
Preseason
Aug 2
Week 1
Sep 4
Week 2
Sep 9
Week 3
Sep 16
Week 4
Sep 23
Week 5
Sep 30
Week 6
Oct 7
Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14
Dec 2
Week 15 (Final)
Jan 8
Dropped:
Auburn
Dropped:
Boise State
Oklahoma State
Dropped:
Virginia Tech
Arkansas
Dropped:
Arizona
Michigan
UCLA
Dropped:
Michigan State
Oklahoma State
Wisconsin
Baylor
Virginia Tech
Dropped:
Nebraska
Northwestern
Texas Tech
Dropped:
Texas
Louisiana Tech
Iowa State
Dropped:
Cincinnati
TCU
Arizona State
Dropped:
Michigan
Ohio
Wisconsin
Dropped:
West Virginia
Texas Tech
Oklahoma State
Dropped:
Northwestern
Mississippi State
Toledo
Dropped:
Louisiana Tech
USC
Texas Tech
Dropped:
Oklahoma State
Mississippi State
Dropped:
Kent State
Rutgers
Dropped:
UCLA
Michigan
Wisconsin

Harris Interactive Poll

Week 6
Oct 7
Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14 (Final)
Dec 2
1. Alabama (5–0) (108) Alabama (6–0) (110) Alabama (7–0) (109) Alabama (8–0) (109) Alabama (9–0) (108) Oregon (10–0) (90) Notre Dame (11–0) (107) Notre Dame (12–0) (109) Notre Dame (12–0) (106) 1.
2. Oregon (6–0) (5) Oregon (6–0) (5) Oregon (7–0) (5) Oregon (8–0) (5) Oregon (9–0) (6) Kansas State (10–0) (23) Alabama (10–1) (8) Alabama (11–1) (6) Alabama (12–1) (9) 2.
3. South Carolina (6–0) Florida (6–0) Florida (7–0) (1) Kansas State (8–0) (1) Kansas State (9–0) (1) Notre Dame (10–0) (1) Georgia (10–1) Georgia (11–1) Oregon (11–1) 3.
4. West Virginia (5–0) Kansas State (6–0) Kansas State (7–0) Notre Dame (8–0) Notre Dame (9–0) Alabama (9–1) (1) Oregon (10–1) Oregon (11–1) Florida (11–1) 4.
5. Kansas State (5–0) Notre Dame (6–0) Notre Dame (7–0) LSU (7–1) Georgia (8–1) Georgia (9–1) Florida (10–1) Florida (11–1) Georgia (11–2) 5.
6. Florida (5–0) LSU (6–1) LSU (7–1) Georgia (7–1) Florida State (8–1) Florida State (9–1) Florida State (10–1) Kansas State (10–1) Kansas State (11–1) 6.
7. Notre Dame (5–0) South Carolina (6–1) Oklahoma (5–1) Florida State (8–1) Florida (8–1) Florida (9–1) Kansas State (10–1) LSU (10–2) Stanford (11–2) 7.
8. LSU (5–1) Florida State (6–1) Oregon State (6–0) Florida (7–1) LSU (7–2) LSU (8–2) LSU (9–2) Stanford (10–2) LSU (10–2) 8.
9. Florida State (5–1) Oklahoma (4–1) USC (6–1) Clemson (7–1) Clemson (8–1) Clemson (9–1) Clemson (10–1) Texas A&M (10–2) Texas A&M (10–2) 9.
10. USC (4–1) Oregon State (5–0) Florida State (7–1) Louisville (7–1) Louisville (9–0) Texas A&M (8–2) Texas A&M (9–2) South Carolina (10–2) South Carolina (10–2) 10.
11. Georgia (5–1) USC (5–1) Georgia (6–1) South Carolina (7–2) South Carolina (7–2) South Carolina (8–2) Stanford (9–2) Oklahoma (9–2) Oklahoma (10–2) 11.
12. Oregon State (4–0) Georgia (5–1) Mississippi State (7–0) Oklahoma (5–2) Oregon State (7–1) Oklahoma (7–2) South Carolina (9–2) Florida State (10–2) Florida State (11–2) 12.
13. Oklahoma (3–1) Clemson (5–1) Clemson (6–1) Oregon State (6–1) Oklahoma (6–2) Stanford (8–2) Oklahoma (8–2) Nebraska (10–2) Clemson (10–2) 13.
14. Clemson (5–1) Mississippi State (6–0) Louisville (7–0) Stanford (6–2) Stanford (7–2) Nebraska (8–2) Nebraska (9–2) Clemson (10–2) Oregon State (9–3) 14.
15. Texas (4–1) West Virginia (5–1) Rutgers (7–0) Mississippi State (7–1) Texas A&M (7–2) Texas (8–2) Oregon State (8–2) Oregon State (8–3) Boise State (10–2) 15.
16. Stanford (4–1) Louisville (6–0) South Carolina (6–2) USC (6–2) Nebraska (7–2) Oregon State (7–2) UCLA (9–2) UCLA (9–3) Northern Illinois (12–1) 16.
17. Mississippi State (5–0) Rutgers (6–0) Texas Tech (6–1) Boise State (7–1) Texas (7–2) Louisville (9–1) Texas (8–2) Boise State (9–2) UCLA (9–4) 17.
18. Louisville (5–0) Cincinnati (5–0) Stanford (5–2) Texas A&M (6–2) USC (6–3) USC (7–3) Louisville (9–1) Kent State (11–1) Nebraska (10–3) 18.
19. Rutgers (5–0) Texas A&M (5–1) Boise State (6–1) Texas Tech (6–2) Louisiana Tech (8–1) UCLA (8–2) Rutgers (9–1) Northern Illinois (11–1) Louisville (10–2) 19.
20. Cincinnati (4–0) Stanford (4–2) Michigan (5–2) West Virginia (5–2) Mississippi State (7–2) Louisiana Tech (9–1) Michigan (8–3) Texas (8–3) Northwestern (9–3) 20.
21. TCU (4–1) Texas Tech (5–1) Texas A&M (5–2) Nebraska (6–2) UCLA (7–2) Rutgers (8–1) Boise State (9–2) Northwestern (9–3) Utah State (10–2) 21.
22. Boise State (4–1) TCU (5–1) West Virginia (5–2) Texas (6–2) Rutgers (7–1) Texas Tech (7–3) Oklahoma State (7–3) Utah State (10–2) Michigan (8–4) 22.
23. Texas A&M (4–1) Boise State (5–1) Ohio (7–0) Rutgers (7–1) Boise State (7–2) Boise State (8–2) Mississippi State (8–3) Michigan (8–4) Kent State (11–2) 23.
24. Louisiana Tech (5–0) Arizona State (5–1) Texas (5–2) Louisiana Tech (7–1) Northwestern (7–2) Michigan (7–3) Northern Illinois (10–1) Louisville (9–2) Texas (8–4) 24.
25. Iowa State (4–1) Texas (4–2) TCU (5–2) Oklahoma State (5–2) Texas Tech (6–3) Mississippi State (7–3) Kent State (10–1) Oklahoma State (7–4) Wisconsin (8–5) 25.
Week 6
Oct 7
Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14 (Final)
Dec 2
Dropped:
Louisiana Tech
Iowa State
Dropped:
Cincinnati
Arizona State
Dropped:
Michigan
Ohio
TCU
Dropped:
West Virginia
Oklahoma State
Dropped:
Northwestern
Dropped:
USC
Louisiana Tech
Texas Tech
Dropped:
Rutgers
Mississippi State
Dropped:
Oklahoma State

BCS Standings

Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14 (Final)
Dec 2
1. Alabama (6–0) Alabama (7–0) Alabama (8–0) Alabama (9–0) Kansas State (10–0) Notre Dame (11–0) Notre Dame (12–0) Notre Dame (12–0) 1.
2. Florida (6–0) Florida (7–0) Kansas State (8–0) Kansas State (9–0) Oregon (10–0) Alabama (10–1) Alabama (11–1) Alabama (12–1) 2.
3. Oregon (6–0) Kansas State (7–0) Notre Dame (8–0) Oregon (9–0) Notre Dame (10–0) Georgia (10–1) Georgia (11–1) Florida (11–1) 3.
4. Kansas State (6–0) Oregon (7–0) Oregon (8–0) Notre Dame (9–0) Alabama (9–1) Florida (10–1) Florida (11–1) Oregon (11–1) 4.
5. Notre Dame (6–0) Notre Dame (7–0) LSU (7–1) Georgia (8–1) Georgia (9–1) Oregon (10–1) Oregon (11–1) Kansas State (11–1) 5.
6. LSU (6–1) LSU (7–1) Georgia (7–1) Florida (8–1) Florida (9–1) Kansas State (10–1) Kansas State (10–1) Stanford (11–2) 6.
7. South Carolina (6–1) Oregon State (6–0) Florida (7–1) LSU (7–2) LSU (8–2) LSU (9–2) LSU (10–2) Georgia (11–2) 7.
8. Oregon State (6–0) Oklahoma (5–1) South Carolina (7–2) South Carolina (7–2) Texas A&M (8–2) Stanford (9–2) Stanford (10–2) LSU (10–2) 8.
9. Oklahoma (4–1) USC (6–1) Florida State (8–1) Louisville (9–0) South Carolina (8–2) Texas A&M (9–2) Texas A&M (10–2) Texas A&M (10–2) 9.
10. USC (5–1) Georgia (6–1) Louisville (8–0) Florida State (8–1) Florida State (9–1) Florida State (10–1) South Carolina (10–2) South Carolina (10–2) 10.
11. Georgia (5–1) Mississippi State (7–0) Oregon State (6–1) Oregon State (7–1) Clemson (9–1) Clemson (10–1) Oklahoma (9–2) Oklahoma (10–2) 11.
12. Mississippi State (6–0) Florida State (7–1) Oklahoma (5–2) Oklahoma (6–2) Oklahoma (7–2) South Carolina (9–2) Nebraska (10–2) Florida State (11–2) 12.
13. West Virginia (5–1) South Carolina (6–2) Clemson (7–1) Clemson (8–1) Stanford (8–2) Oklahoma (8–2) Florida State (10–2) Oregon State (9–3) 13.
14. Florida State (6–1) Texas Tech (6–1) Stanford (6–2) Stanford (7–2) Nebraska (8–2) Nebraska (9–2) Clemson (10–2) Clemson (10–2) 14.
15. Rutgers (6–0) Rutgers (7–0) Mississippi State (7–1) Texas A&M (7–2) Texas (8–2) Oregon State (8–2) Oregon State (8–3) Northern Illinois (12–1) 15.
16. Louisville (6–0) Louisville (7–0) Texas A&M (6–2) Nebraska (7–2) Oregon State (7–2) Texas (8–2) UCLA (9–3) Nebraska (10–3) 16.
17. Texas Tech (5–1) Stanford (5–2) USC (6–2) Texas (7–2) UCLA (8–2) UCLA (9–2) Kent State (11–1) UCLA (9–4) 17.
18. Texas A&M (5–1) Clemson (6–1) Texas Tech (6–2) UCLA (7–2) USC (7–3) Rutgers (9–1) Texas (8–3) Michigan (8–4) 18.
19. Clemson (5–1) West Virginia (5–2) Boise State (7–1) USC (6–3) Louisville (9–1) Michigan (8–3) Michigan (8–4) Boise State (10–2) 19.
20. Stanford (4–2) Texas A&M (5–2) Nebraska (6–2) Louisiana Tech (8–1) Louisiana Tech (9–1) Louisville (9–1) Boise State (9–2) Northwestern (9–3) 20.
21. Cincinnati (5–0) Boise State (6–1) West Virginia (5–2) Mississippi State (7–2) Michigan (7–3) Oklahoma State (7–3) Northern Illinois (11–1) Louisville (10–2) 21.
22. Boise State (5–1) Michigan (5–2) Arizona (5–3) Texas Tech (6–3) Rutgers (8–1) Boise State (9–2) Northwestern (9–3) Utah State (10–2) 22.
23. TCU (5–1) Texas (5–2) Texas (6–2) Rutgers (7–1) Texas Tech (7–3) Kent State (10–1) Oklahoma State (7–4) Texas (8–4) 23.
24. Iowa State (4–2) Ohio (7–0) Oklahoma State (5–2) Northwestern (7–2) Oklahoma State (6–3) Arizona (7–4) Utah State (10–2) San Jose State (10–2) 24.
25. Texas (4–2) Wisconsin (6–2) Louisiana Tech (7–1) Toledo (8–1) Washington (6–4) Washington (7–4) San Jose State (10–2) Kent State (11–2) 25.
Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14 (Final)
Dec 2
Dropped:
Cincinnati
TCU
Iowa State
Dropped:
Rutgers
Michigan
Ohio
Wisconsin
Dropped:
West Virginia
Arizona
Oklahoma State
Boise State
Dropped:
Mississippi State
Toledo
Northwestern
Dropped:
USC
Louisiana Tech
Texas Tech
Dropped:
Rutgers
Louisville
Arizona
Washington
Dropped:
Oklahoma State

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