What Were the Final AP Top 25 College Football Poll Rankings for the 2014-2015 Season?


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The AP Top 25 College Football Poll includes Ohio State at No.1, Michigan State at No., 5, tied with Florida State, and Louisville at No. 24. Rankings are based on a points system.

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The Top 25 AP College Football Poll is as follows.

  • Ohio State
  • Oregon
  • TCU
  • Alabama
  • Michigan State
  • Florida State
  • Baylor
  • Georgia Tech
  • Georgia
  • UCLA
  • Mississippi State
  • Arizona State
  • Wisconsin
  • Missouri
  • Clemson
  • Boise State
  • Mississippi
  • Kansas State
  • Arizona
  • USC
  • Utah
  • Auburn
  • Marshall
  • Louisville
  • Memphis

The Associated Press began its poll in 1936 and is now the longest-running poll of its kind in history as of 2015. The panel of voters consists of 60 broadcasters and sports writers from around the country and each casts his vote weekly. Each college team receives 25 points for a first place vote, 24 for a second place vote and so on. The points are tallied up, resulting in the top 25 college football teams in the nation.

Ohio State came in at the top spot with 1,475 points and a 14-1 record. Oregon finished the season with 1,402 points, and No. 3 TCU had 1,349 points. At the bottom of the list, Louisville had 116 points while Memphis finished the 2014-2015 season with 94 points.

The results of the voting can be found on the College AP website. Users can see each school's total by week and find out how each voter voted.

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