The following ballot was submitted to the Associated Press late Saturday night …

1. Georgia
2. Michigan
3. Ohio State
4. TCU
5. Clemson
6. LSU
7. Oregon
8. USC
9. Alabama
10. Utah
11. Penn State
12. Tennessee
13. Mississippi
14. UCLA
15. Washington
16. Kansas State
17. Texas
18. Florida State
19. Cincinnati
20. Notre Dame
21. Tulane
22. North Carolina
23. Oregon State
24. UCF
25. Coastal Carolina

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Source:: The Mercury News

      

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