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College Football All-Time Top 25 Poll Released

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The Associated Press has released their first edition of the AP All-Time Top 25 Poll.

The ranking factors in things like weeks spent in the top 25, total weeks holding the No. 1 ranking, and how many national championships said school has won. The Ohio State Buckeyes top the list. Amazingly, there have only been three seasons during the 80-year history of the AP Top 25 Poll in which OSU was not ranked at least once, the fewest poll-less seasons of any program.

As you can imagine, the Kentucky Wildcats didn't do too well in this. UK came in at No. 68, ahead of schools like Indiana, Vanderbilt and Cincinnati.

In total, eight SEC programs made the top 25, the highest of which being the Alabama Crimson Tide at No. 4.

Here's how the entire all-time top 25 played out:

1  OHIO STATE (1,112 Points)

2  OKLAHOMA (1,055 Points)

3  NOTRE DAME (1,042 Points)

4  ALABAMA (993 Points)

5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (974 Points)

6  NEBRASKA (901 Points)

7  MICHIGAN (894 Points)

8  TEXAS (822 Points)

9  FLORIDA STATE (714 Points)

10  FLORIDA (674 Points)

11  LSU (655 Points)

12  PENN STATE (647 Points)

13  MIAMI (642 Points)

14  TENNESSEE (624 Points)

15  GEORGIA (572 Points)

16  AUBURN (570 Points)

17  UCLA (535 Points)

18  TEXAS A&M (477 Points)

19  MICHIGAN STATE (443 Points)

20  WASHINGTON (430 Points)

21  ARKANSAS (412 Points)

22  CLEMSON (411 Points)

23  PITTSBURGH (356 Points)

24  WISCONSIN (366 Points)

25  IOWA (329 Points)