October 15, 2017 AP Football Poll
- Memphis makes first appearance in the Top 25 since the 11/8/2015 poll (28 polls)
- Miami (FL) makes first appearance in the Top 10 since the 10/2/2016 poll (17 polls)
- TCU makes first appearance in the Top 5 since the 11/1/2015 poll (29 polls)
- Wisconsin makes first appearance in the Top 5 since the 11/20/2016 poll (10 polls)
- Clemson's Top 5 streak ends at 31
- Ohio State's Top 25 streak reaches 90
- Washington's Top 10 streak ends at 22
- Memphis ties four others for #119
- South Florida ties Dartmouth for #87
- TCU reaches 230 appearances
- UCF ties Pacific for #106
- Virginia Tech reaches 290 appearances
- Washington State ties Louisville for #56
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