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Last AP Poll Appearance in the Top 25

RK Team # Polls Since
1. Louisiana 1083
2. Cornell (NY) 1009
3. North Texas 912
4. New Mexico State 896
5. Rice (TX) 894
6. SMU 530
7. Indiana 402
8. Army (NY) 355
9. Wyoming 326
10. Tulane (LA) 321
11. Syracuse 270
12. Miami (OH) 235
13. Bowling Green (OH) 223
14. UTEP 207
15. Purdue 181
16. Wake Forest (NC) 163
17. Ball State 155
18. Kansas 146
19. Central Michigan 138
20. Air Force 131
21. Connecticut 123
  Hawaii 123
23. Tulsa 122
  Nevada 122
25. Illinois 114
26. Virginia 109
27. Southern Miss 106
28. Ohio 97
29. Louisiana Tech 94
30. Rutgers (NJ) 93
31. Kent State (OH) 91
32. Utah State 90
  San Jose State (CA) 90
34. Oregon State 89
35. Maryland 84
36. Northern Illinois 74
37. Vanderbilt 73
38. East Carolina 63
39. Colorado State 59
  Minnesota 59
41. Marshall (WV) 56
42. Georgia Tech 52
  Missouri 52
44. Toledo (OH) 43
45. Western Kentucky 40
46. Arkansas 32
  Mississippi 32
48. Baylor 29
  North Carolina 29
50. Troy (AL) 28
51. Houston 27
52. Nebraska 25
  Temple (PA) 25
  Pittsburgh 25
55. Western Michigan 24
56. Kansas State 21
  UCLA 21
  Tennessee 21
59. Louisville 18
  Utah 18
61. San Diego State 17
  Navy (MD) 17
63. Arizona 14
64. Iowa State 13
65. Fresno State 10
66. Northwestern 8
  Memphis 8
68. Florida State 7
69. South Carolina 6
70. Boise State 5
  USC 5
  Arizona State 5
73. Boston College 4
  TCU 4
75. Duke 3
  BYU 3
  California 3
  Texas Tech 3
79. Virginia Tech 2
  Stanford 2
  Oklahoma State 2
82. Miami (FL) 1
  Colorado 1
  Auburn 1

NOTES
- Teams not ranked but received votes in the latest poll are in bold.
- Ties are sorted alphabetically.
- Updated through October 14, 2018.

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