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October 14, 1946 AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf Rec Pts Last Week
1 < 2 Army (63) Ind 4-0 1267.5 W 20-13 A #4 Michigan
2 < 3 Notre Dame (31) Ind 2-0 1193.5  
3 < 1 Texas (38) Southwest 4-0 1170 W 20-13 N Oklahoma
4 < 5 UCLA (5) Pacific Coast 3-0 763  
5 < 4 Michigan Big Ten 2-1 542  
6 < 7 Penn (2) Ind 2-0 502  
7 < 6 Alabama SEC 4-0 470  
8 < 8 Georgia SEC 3-0 356  
9 < 8 Tennessee SEC 3-0 336  
10 < 10 Northwestern Big Ten 3-0 203.5  
11 < 11 Columbia Ind 3-0 189.5 W 28-20 A Yale
12 < 13 LSU SEC 3-0 125  
13 < NR Oklahoma Big 6 1-2 109 L 20-13 N #1 Texas
14 < 18 Arkansas Southwest 3-0-1 25  
15 < NR North Carolina Southern 2-0-1 23  
16 < NR Rice Southwest 2-1 19  
17 < NR Duke Southern 1-2 15  
18 < NR Indiana Big Ten 2-2 12 W 14-7 H Illinois
19 < NR William & Mary Southern 3-1 11 W 49-0 H Virginia Tech
20 < NR Tulsa MVC 4-0 10 W 21-6 H Texas Tech
20 < NR Wisconsin Big Ten 3-1 10  
NR < 12 Illinois Big Ten 0  
NR < 19 Kentucky SEC 0  
NR < 19 NC State Southern 0  
NR < 14 Ohio State Big Ten 0  
NR < 16 St. Mary's Ind 0  
NR < 17 Stanford Pacific Coast 0  
NR < 15 Yale Ind 0  
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
Ind 4 5.0 3152.5
SEC 4 9.0 1287
Big Ten 4 13.3 767.5
Southwest 3 11.0 1214
Southern 3 17.0 49
Pacific Coast 1 4.0 763
Big 6 1 13.0 109
MVC 1 20.0 10

Notes

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