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2002 AP Football Voters

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Name (74) Organization City State
John Adams Knoxville News-Sentinel Knoxville TN
Neil Amato Herald-Sun Durham NC
Andy Bagnato Chicago Tribune Chicago IL
Tony Barnhart Atlanta Journal-Constitution Atlanta GA
Sammy Batten Fayetteville Observer-Times Fayetteville NC
Steve Batterson Quad City Times Davenport IA
Mike Bianchi Orlando Sentinel Orlando FL
Joe Biddle Tennessean Nashville TN
Kirk Bohls Austin American-Statesman Austin TX
Tim Brando CBS New York NY
B.G. Brooks Rocky Mountain News Denver CO
Jimmy Burch Fort Worth Star-Telegram Fort Worth TX
Scott Cain Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Little Rock AR
Bill Campbell Dallas Morning News Dallas TX
John Clay Lexington Herald-Leader Lexington KY
Jim Cnockaert Ann Arbor News Ann Arbor MI
Chuck Cooperstein KESN-FM Arlington TX
Mark Craig Minneapolis Star Tribune Minneapolis MN
Barker Davis Washington Times Washington DC
Mike DeArmond Kansas City Star Kansas City MO
Charles Durrenberger Arizona Daily Star Tucson AZ
Jack Ebling Lansing State Journal Lansing MI
Chris Fowler ESPN Bristol CT
Robert Gagliardi Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Cheyenne WY
Artie Gigantino Fox Sports Net Los Angeles CA
Adam Gold WRBZ-AM Raleigh NC
Tim Griffin San Antonio Express-News San Antonio TX
Craig Handel Fort Myers News-Press Fort Myers FL
Todd Harmonson Orange County Register Santa Ana CA
Doug Harris Dayton Daily News Dayton OH
Joseph Hawk Las Vegas Review-Journal NV
Bob Hersom Daily Oklahoman Oklahoma City OK
Tom Hicks Mobile Register Mobile AL
Scooter Hobbs Lake Charles American Press Lake Charles LA
Bruce Hooley Plain Dealer Cleveland OH
Steve Irvine Birmingham News Birmingham AL
Todd Kelly Clarion-Ledger Jackson MS
Mike Kern Philadelphia Daily News Philadelphia PA
George Lehner WTVN-AM Columbus OH
Ferd Lewis Honolulu Advertiser Honolulu HI
Mike Lewis Salt Lake Tribune Salt Lake City UT
Ted Lewis Times-Picayune New Orleans LA
Tom Luicci Star-Ledger Newark NJ
Ivan Maisel Sports Illustrated New York NY
Jim Mashek Sun Herald Biloxi MS
Brad Moore Albuquerque Tribune Albuquerque NM
David Lee Morgan Akron Beacon Journal Akron OH
John Niyo Detroit News Detroit MI
Neill Ostrout Connecticut Post Bridgeport CT
Jeff Parson Wichita Eagle Wichita KS
Jeff Potrykus Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee WI
Mike Prater Idaho Statesman Boise ID
Scott Rabalais Advocate Baton Rouge LA
Dave Rahme Post-Standard Syracuse NY
Patrick Ridgell Provo Daily Herald Provo UT
Rick Scoppe Greenville News Greenville SC
Mike Shalin Boston Herald Boston MA
Steve Sipple Lincoln Journal Star Lincoln NE
Michelle Smith San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco CA
Bob Smizik Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pittsburgh PA
Jerome Solomon Houston Chronicle Houston TX
Carter Strickland Spokesman-Review Spokane WA
Stan Sutton Bloomington Herald-Times Bloomington IN
Adam Thompson Denver Post Denver CO
Jimmie Tramel Tulsa World Tulsa OK
Mark Tupper Decatur Herald and Review Decatur IL
Bill Vilona Pensacola News Journal Pensacola FL
Mitch Vingle The Charleston Gazette Charleston WV
Steve Warden Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Fort Wayne IN
Dick Weiss New York Daily News New York NY
Ryan White Oregonian Portland OR
Jon Wilner San Jose Mercury News San Jose CA
Scott Wolf Los Angeles Daily News Los Angeles CA
Norm Wood Daily Press Newport News VA

Notes

  • New voters are listed in bold. They did not vote in the previous season, but may have voted before that.
  • Sources: Collegio Football 2008 (1998-2008), PollSpeak.com (2009-13; names only), and The Associated Press (2014-present)
  • Some minor inconsistencies were found when compiling this data, but few corrections have been made so far. Some assumptions were made for voters that participated in the 2008 and 2009 seasons.

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