Rank 'Em: 2012 College Football Top 25

August 20, 2012

USC was named to the No. 1 spot in the preseason college football AP poll for the first time in five seasons, surging by SEC favorites Alabama and LSU. Are the Trojans the best team in the country? Which team is ranked too high? Who is ranked too low? Click the logos below to submit your rankings!

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2012 College Football Top 25

USC

USC

AP Poll: 1

Alabama

Alabama

AP Poll: 2

LSU

LSU

AP Poll: 3

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

AP Poll: 4

Oregon

Oregon

AP Poll: 5

Georgia

Georgia

AP Poll: 6

Florida State

Florida State

AP Poll: 7

Michigan

Michigan

AP Poll: 8

S. Carolina

S. Carolina

AP Poll: 9

Arkansas

Arkansas

AP Poll: 10

West Virginia

West Virginia

AP Poll: 11

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

AP Poll: 12

Michigan St.

Michigan St.

AP Poll: 13

Clemson

Clemson

AP Poll: 14

Texas

Texas

AP Poll: 15

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech

AP Poll: 16

Nebraska

Nebraska

AP Poll: 17

Ohio State

Ohio State

AP Poll: 18

Oklahoma St.

Oklahoma St.

AP Poll: 19

TCU

TCU

AP Poll: 20

Stanford

Stanford

AP Poll: 21

Kansas State

Kansas State

AP Poll: No. 22

Florida

Florida

AP Poll: 23

Boise St.

Boise St.

AP Poll: 24

Louisville

Louisville

AP Poll: 25

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

AP Poll: Not ranked

Washington

Washington

AP Poll: Not ranked

Auburn

Auburn

AP Poll: Not ranked

North Carolina

North Carolina

AP Poll: Not ranked

Utah

Utah

AP Poll: Not ranked

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