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1948 Final AP Football Poll

Rank Team (FPV) Conf W-L-T Points Last Week
1 < 1 Michigan (192) Big Ten 9-0 3448 DNP
2 < 2 Notre Dame (97) Ind 9-0 3325 W 46-0 H Washington
3 < 4 North Carolina (31) Southern 9-0-1 2281  
4 < 5 California (5) Pacific Coast 10-0 2000  
5 < 6 Oklahoma (30) Big 7 9-1 1906 W 19-15 A Oklahoma State
6 < 3 Army Ind 8-0-1 1799  
7 < 7 Northwestern Big Ten 7-2 1421  
8 < 12 Georgia (5) SEC 9-1 879  
9 < 10 Oregon Pacific Coast 9-1 769  
10 < 8 SMU Southwest 8-1-1 683  
11 < 9 Clemson (6) Southern 9-0 629  
12 < 15 Vanderbilt (2) SEC 7-2-1 249 W 28-6 H #0 Tennessee
13 < 14 Tulane SEC 9-1 216 W 46-0 A #0 LSU
14 < 11 Michigan State (2) Ind 6-2-2 206  
15 < 16 Mississippi (13) SEC 8-1 185  
16 < 13 Minnesota Big Ten 7-2 120  
17 < 20 William & Mary Southern 6-2-2 107 W 9-0 A #0 Arkansas
18 < 18 Penn State Ind 7-1-1 87  
19 < NR Cornell Ind 8-1 76 W 23-14 A #0 Penn
20 < NR Wake Forest Southern 6-3 68 W 38-0 A #0 South Carolina
NR < 17 Ohio State Big Ten 0  
NR < 19 Penn Ind 0  
CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN
Conference Teams Avg Rank Total Points
Ind 5 11.8 5493
SEC 4 12.0 1529
Southern 4 12.8 3085
Big Ten 3 8.0 4989
Pacific Coast 2 6.5 2769
Big 7 1 5.0 1906
Southwest 1 10.0 683

Notes

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  • Regular season polls from 1936-60 had 20 teams, from 1961-67 had 10 teams (except for the 1961 final poll which had 20), 1968-88 had 20 teams, and 1989-present had 25 teams.


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