Rank 'Em: 2012 College Football Top 25

August 10, 2012

The preseason college football coaches' poll has LSU ranked as the No. 1 team in the country, just barely ahead of Alabama and USC. Does LSU's dismissal of Tyrann Mathieu change things? Will Silas Redd transferring from Penn State to USC have an impact on the national championship picture? Click the logos below to submit your rankings!

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2012 College Football Top 25

LSU

LSU

Coaches' Poll: 1

Alabama

Alabama

Coaches' Poll: 2

USC

USC

Coaches' Poll: 3

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Coaches' Poll: 4

Oregon

Oregon

Coaches' Poll: 5

Georgia

Georgia

Coaches' Poll: 6

Florida State

Florida State

Coaches' Poll: 7

Michigan

Michigan

Coaches' Poll: 8

S. Carolina

S. Carolina

Coaches' Poll: 9

Arkansas

Arkansas

Coaches' Poll: 10

West Virginia

West Virginia

Coaches' Poll: 11

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

Coaches' Poll: 12

Michigan St.

Michigan St.

Coaches' Poll: 13

Clemson

Clemson

Coaches' Poll: 14

Texas

Texas

Coaches' Poll: 15

Nebraska

Nebraska

Coaches' Poll: 16

TCU

TCU

Coaches' Poll: 17

Stanford

Stanford

Coaches' Poll: 18

Oklahoma St.

Oklahoma St.

Coaches' Poll: 19

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech

Coaches' Poll: 20

Kansas State

Kansas State

Coaches' Poll: No. 21

Boise St.

Boise St.

Coaches' Poll: 22

Florida

Florida

Coaches' Poll: 23

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Coaches' Poll: 24

Auburn

Auburn

Coaches' Poll: 25

Washington

Washington

Coaches' Poll: Not ranked

Louisville

Louisville

Coaches' Poll: Not ranked

Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

Coaches' Poll: Not ranked

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

Coaches' Poll: Not ranked

Texas A&M

Texas A&M

Coaches' Poll: Not ranked

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