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College Football Rankings 2011: Maryland, Navy Receive Votes In AP Top 25 Poll

Maryland, despite losing to West Virginia, received votes in the latest AP Top 25 poll. Meanwhile, Navy got some love at the bottom with three points.

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The new college football rankings are out, and despite losing to West Virginia, Maryland still received some votes in the latest AP Top 25 poll. The Terps received 15 points in the voting, good for 33rd in the country. That's a few spots lower than last week, but it's not much of a drop.

The Terps are not the only local team in the poll. A strong performance in a road loss to No. 10 South Carolina propelled Navy into the "others receiving votes" category. Navy finished with three points, tying the Midshipmen with California deep in the poll.

Here is the complete AP Top 25:

1. Oklahoma (37) 2-0 1471 1
2. LSU (14) 3-0 1424 3
3. Alabama (7) 3-0 1402 2
4. Boise St. (2) 2-0 1309 4
5. Stanford 3-0 1212 6
6. Wisconsin 3-0 1170 7
7. Oklahoma St. 3-0 1092 8
8. Texas A&M 2-0 1043 9
9. Nebraska 3-0 911 11
10. Oregon 2-1 899 12
11. Florida St. 2-1 896 5
12. South Carolina 3-0 891 10
13. Virginia Tech 3-0 830 13
14. Arkansas 3-0 781 14
15. Florida 3-0 669 16
16. West Virginia 3-0 579 18
17. Baylor 2-0 521 19
18. South Florida 3-0 496 20
19. Texas 3-0 402 23
20. TCU 2-1 273 23
21. Clemson 3-0 272 NR
22. Michigan 3-0 266 NR
23. USC 3-0 260 NR
24. Illinois 3-0 106 NR
25. Georgia Tech 3-0 59 NR

 

Others receiving votes: Michigan St. 42, Auburn 29, Houston 25, Miami (FL) 23, Utah 19, Iowa St. 19, Ohio St. 16, Maryland 15, Mississippi St. 14, Missouri 10, Arizona St. 9, Vanderbilt 8, Notre Dame 8, San Diego St. 8, Georgia 7, Florida Intl. 4, Navy 3, California 3, Tennessee 2, North Carolina 2