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October 9, 1950 AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf Rec Pts Last Week
1 < 4 Army (115) Ind 2-0 2101 W 41-7 H Penn State
2 < 3 SMU (53) Southwest 3-0 1990  
3 < 5 Oklahoma (29) Big 7 2-0 1387 W 34-28 H Texas A&M
4 < 7 Texas (9) Southwest 2-0 1217  
5 < 6 Kentucky (11) SEC 4-0 837  
6 < 8 Stanford (4) Pacific Coast 3-0 765  
7 < 9 California (2) Pacific Coast 3-0 754  
8 < NR Maryland (8) Southern 2-1 684  
9 < NR Purdue (1) Big Ten 1-1 616  
10 < 1 Notre Dame (1) Ind 1-1 554 L 28-14 H Purdue
11 < 10 Washington (2) Pacific Coast 3-0 444  
12 < NR Ohio State Big Ten 1-1 254  
13 < 18 Clemson (4) Southern 3-0 211  
14 < NR Tennessee SEC 2-1 205  
15 < NR Rice (1) Southwest 2-0 178  
15 < NR Wisconsin Big Ten 2-0 178  
17 < 16 Cornell (2) Ind 2-0 174 W 26-7 A Syracuse
18 < 19 Michigan Big Ten 1-1 164  
19 < NR Vanderbilt SEC 3-0 142 W 27-22 A Alabama
20 < 2 Michigan State Ind 2-1 101  
NR < 12 Alabama SEC 0  
NR < 14 Duke Southern 0  
NR < 15 Illinois Big Ten 0  
NR < 17 Iowa Big Ten 0  
NR < 11 North Carolina Southern 0  
NR < 20 Penn Ind 0  
NR < 13 UCLA Pacific Coast 0  
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
Ind 4 12.0 2930
Big Ten 4 13.5 1212
Southwest 3 7.0 3385
Pacific Coast 3 8.0 1963
SEC 3 12.7 1184
Southern 2 10.5 895
Big 7 1 3.0 1387

Notes

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