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September 8, 1987 AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf Rec Pts Last Week
1 < 1 Oklahoma (54) Big 8 1-0 1154 W 69-14 H North Texas
2 < 2 Nebraska (3) Big 8 1-0 1054  
3 < 3 UCLA (1) Pac-10 1-0 947  
4 < 5 Auburn SEC 1-0 937  
5 < 4 Ohio State Big Ten 0-0 857 DNP
6 < 6 LSU SEC 1-0 821  
7 < 10 Miami (FL) Ind 1-0 793  
8 < 8 Florida State Ind 1-0 744  
9 < 7 Michigan Big Ten 0-0 723 DNP
10 < 9 Clemson ACC 1-0 674  
11 < 11 Penn State Ind 1-0 572  
12 < 13 Washington Pac-10 1-0 524  
13 < 12 Arkansas Southwest 0-0 475 DNP
14 < 17 Tennessee SEC 2-0 417  
15 < 14 Arizona State Pac-10 0-0 391 DNP
16 < 18 Notre Dame Ind 0-0 198 DNP
17 < NR Michigan State Big Ten 1-0 161  
18 < NR Pittsburgh Ind 1-0 159  
19 < NR Alabama SEC 1-0 155  
20 < 20 Georgia SEC 1-0 112  
NR < 20 Florida SEC 0  
NR < 16 Iowa Big Ten 0  
NR < 15 Texas A&M Southwest 0  
NR < 19 USC Pac-10 0  

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES
Iowa 87, Texas A&M 50, North Carolina 44, USC 33, Colorado 27, South Carolina 20, Arizona 12, Boston College 10, Kent State 8, Syracuse 6, Texas 6, Florida 4, Georgia Tech 1, Oklahoma State 1, TCU 1

CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
Ind 5 12.0 2466
SEC 5 12.6 2442
Pac-10 3 10.0 1862
Big Ten 3 10.3 1741
Big 8 2 1.5 2208
ACC 1 10.0 674
Southwest 1 13.0 475

Notes

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