Jan. 14 Football National Rankings

by Todd Politz | Director of Digital Media
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Jan. 14 Football National Rankings

AP Top 25
2019 Final Rankings – Jan. 14, 2020

Rank, Team (Record), Points, Previous
1, LSU (15-0), 1,550, 1

2, Clemson (14-1), 1,487, 3
3, Ohio State (13-1), 1,426, 2
4, Georgia (12-2), 1,336, 5
5, Oregon (12-2), 1,249, 7
6, Florida (11-2), 1,211, 6
7, Oklahoma (12-2), 1,179, 4
8, Alabama (11-2), 1,159, 9
9, Penn State (11-2), 1,038, 13
10, Minnesota (11-2), 952, 16
11, Wisconsin (10-4), 883, 11
12, Notre Dame (11-2), 879, 14
13, Baylor (11-3), 827, 8
14, Auburn (9-4), 726, 9
15, Iowa (10-3), 699, 19
16, Utah (11-3), 543, 12
17, Memphis (12-2), 528, 15
18, Michigan (9-4), 468, 17
19, Appalachian State (13-1), 466, 20
20, Navy (11-2), 415, 21
21, Cincinnati (11-3), 343, 23
22, Air Force (11-2), 209, 24
23, Boise State (12-2), 188, 18
24, UCF (10-3), 78, NR
25, Texas (8-5), 69, NR

Others receiving votes:
Texas A&M 54, Florida Atlantic 46, Washington 39, Virginia 28, USC 16, San Diego State 13, Arizona State 12, SMU 10, Tennessee 8, California 6, Louisiana Tech 2, Kentucky 2, Kansas State 2, Louisiana-Lafayette 2.

Amway Coaches Poll
2019 Final Rankings – Jan. 14, 2020

Rank, Team (First-Place Votes), Record, Points, Previous
1, LSU (65), 15-0, 1625, 1
2, Clemson, 14-1, 1558, 3
3, Ohio State, 13-1, 1497, 2
4, Georgia, 12-2, 1395, 5
5, Oregon, 12-2, 1314, 6
6, Oklahoma, 12-2, 1275, 4
7, Florida, 11-2, 1250, 7
8, Alabama, 11-2, 1198, 9
9, Penn State, 11-2, 1080, 12
10, Minnesota, 11-2, 962, 16
11, Notre Dame, 11-2, 932, 14
12, Baylor, 11-3, 929, 8
13, Wisconsin, 10-4, 901, 11
14, Auburn, 9-4, 703, 13
15, Iowa, 10-3, 686, 19
16, Utah, 11-3, 673, 10
17, Memphis, 12-2, 553, 15
18, Appalachian State, 13-1, 474, 20
19, Michigan, 9-4, 437, 17
20, Navy, 11-2, 396, 21
21, Cincinnati, 11-3, 382, 22
22, Boise State, 12-2, 273, 18
23, Air Force, 11-2, 265, 24
24, Central Florida, 10-3, 72, NR
25, Virginia, 9-5, 47, 25

Dopped Out: No. 23 Southern California.

Others Receiving Votes: Texas 42; Florida Atlantic 32; Washington 29; UL Lafayette 26; Texas A&M 26; Southern California 23; San Diego State 20; Southern Methodist 14; Louisiana Tech 9; Tennessee 8; Kentucky 5; California 4; Louisville 3; Kansas State 3; Hawaii 3; Oklahoma State 1.

The Amway Board of Coaches is made up of 65 head coaches at Bowl Subdivision schools. All are members of the American Football Coaches Association. The board for the 2019 season: Chris Ash, Rutgers; Dino Babers, Syracuse; Craig Bohl, Wyoming; Jeff Brohm, Purdue; Neal Brown, West Virginia; Troy Calhoun, Air Force; Steve Campbell, South Alabama; Rod Carey, Temple; Jamey Chadwell, Coastal Carolina; Geoff Collins, Georgia Tech; David Cutcliffe, Duke; Mark Dantonio, Michigan State; Butch Davis, Florida International; Ryan Day, Ohio State; Manny Diaz, Miami (Fla.); Dana Dimel, Texas-El Paso; Dave Doeren, North Carolina State; Sonny Dykes, Southern Methodist; Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M; Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern; James Franklin, Penn State; Hugh Freeze, Liberty; Willie Fritz, Tulane; Scott Frost, Nebraska; Justin Fuente, Virginia Tech; Thomas Hammock, Northern Illinois; Bryan Harsin, Boise State; Clay Helton, Southern California; Tyson Helton, Western Kentucky; Tom Herman, Texas; Doc Holliday, Marshall; Jay Hopson, Southern Mississippi; Mike Houston, East Carolina; Mike Leach, Washington State; Lance Leipold, Buffalo; Tim Lester, Western Michigan; Chip Lindsey, Troy; Seth Littrell, North Texas; Scot Loeffler, Bowling Green; Rocky Long, San Diego State; Chad Lunsford, Georgia Southern; Gus Malzahn, Auburn; Chuck Martin, Miami (Ohio); Doug Martin, New Mexico State; Jeff Monken, Army; Phillip Montgomery, Tulsa; Dan Mullen, Florida; Ken Niumatalolo, Navy; Ed Orgeron, LSU; Gary Patterson, TCU; Chris Petersen, Washington; Jeremy Pruitt, Tennessee; Matt Rhule, Baylor; Nick Saban, Alabama; Tony Sanchez, UNLV; Kirby Smart, Georgia; Jonathan Smith, Oregon State; Frank Solich, Ohio; Jake Spavital, Texas State; Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee; Kevin Sumlin, Arizona; Dabo Swinney, Clemson; Jeff Tedford, Fresno State; Matt Wells, Texas Tech; Kyle Whittingham, Utah.