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November 14, 1995 AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf W-L-T Points Last Week
1 < 1 Nebraska (45) Big 8 10-0 1530 W 41-3 A #10 Kansas
2 < 2 Ohio State (12) Big Ten 10-0 1476  
3 < 3 Florida (5) SEC 9-0 1458  
4 < 4 Tennessee SEC 8-1 1350  
5 < 5 Northwestern Big Ten 9-1 1295  
6 < 6 Florida State ACC 8-1 1239  
7 < 7 Kansas State Big 8 9-1 1172  
8 < 8 Notre Dame Ind 8-2 1105  
9 < 9 Colorado Big 8 8-2 963  
10 < 11 Texas Southwest 7-1-1 950  
11 < 12 USC Pac-10 8-1-1 885  
12 < 13 Michigan Big Ten 8-2 772  
13 < 14 Virginia ACC 8-3 743  
14 < 15 Arkansas SEC 8-2 725  
15 < 10 Kansas Big 8 8-2 685 L 41-3 H Nebraska
16 < 17 Oregon Pac-10 8-2 649  
17 < 16 Alabama SEC 8-2 617  
18 < 18 Texas A&M Southwest 6-2 521  
19 < 19 Penn State Big Ten 6-3 438  
20 < 21 Virginia Tech Big East 8-2 413  
21 < 20 Auburn SEC 7-3 405  
22 < 22 Washington Pac-10 6-3-1 275  
23 < 23 Syracuse Big East 7-2 147  
24 < 24 Clemson ACC 7-3 122  
25 < NR Miami (FL) Big East 6-3 53  
NR < 25 San Diego State WAC 0  
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
SEC 5 11.8 4555
Big 8 4 8.0 4350
Big Ten 4 9.5 3981
ACC 3 14.3 2104
Pac-10 3 16.3 1809
Big East 3 22.7 613
Southwest 2 14.0 1471
Ind 1 8.0 1105

Notes

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