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Alabama keeps top ranking entire season in Gillen AP poll

Jalen Hurts and the Tide maintained the top spot in Garland Gillen's AP poll all season. Source: Mark LaGrange Jalen Hurts and the Tide maintained the top spot in Garland Gillen's AP poll all season. Source: Mark LaGrange
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*WVUE-TV reporter Garland Gillen votes in the Associated Press college football poll.

Alabama started the preseason with the top ranking in my AP poll, and end the regular season in the same spot. LSU opened the preseason in the second spot, but finish at 17 with four losses on their schedule. Here's my final AP top 25 poll submission.

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Clemson

4. USC

5. Michigan

6. Penn State

7. Washington

8. Oklahoma

9. Western Michigan

10. Wisconsin

11. Florida

12. West Virginia

13. Auburn

14. Oklahoma St.

15. Colorado

16. Stanford

17. LSU

18. Louisville

19. Florida

20. Iowa

21. Nebraska

22. Pittsburgh

23. South Florida

24. Georgia Tech

25. Virginia Tech

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