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February 23: The latest AP MBB poll has been posted and the Total Appearances are now current.


February 23: The latest AP WBB poll has been posted and the Total Appearances are now current.


February 1: Added the Last appearance page for women's basketball.


January 31: Added the Preseason and Last appearance pages for men's basketball.


January 14: Here are the milestones for the latest AP football poll:

Last Appearances:
- Memphis makes first appearance in the Top 25 since the 9/12/2004 poll (175 polls)
- Michigan State makes first appearance in the Top 5 since the final 2013 poll (16 polls)
- Ohio State makes first appearance at #1 since the 10/10/2010 poll (74 polls)

Weekly Streaks:
- Florida State's Top 5 streak ends at 26
- Mississippi State's Top 10 streak ends at 10
- Ohio State's Top 25 streak reaches 50
- Oregon's Top 10 streak reaches 10

Season Streaks:
- Florida State's final poll streak reaches 5
- LSU's final poll streak ends at 5
- Oklahoma's final poll streak ends at 4
- South Carolina's final poll streak ends at 4
- Stanford's final poll streak ends at 4
- Texas' season streak ends at 20

Total Appearances:
- Marshall ties Princeton for #91
- Memphis ties several others for #141
- Mississippi State ties Houston for #46

Ohio State:
- now holds the lowest rank for each month by an AP National Champion
- allowed the seventh and ninth most points in a game by an AP National Champion
- is first team to jump from #5 to #1 in the final AP poll since Miami in 1983
- is first AP National Champion to come from outside the top 2 in the final regular season poll since 1996 (#3 Florida)
- is first AP National Champion to lose to an unranked team since Florida in 2008
- coach Urban Meyer is the eighth coach to win three or more AP National Championships, and the only one to do it at more than one school





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