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2019 AP college football poll unveiled: Oklahoma, Texas are area’s top teams; A&M lands just outside top 10 – Dallas News

The first installment of the 2019 AP college football poll has been released. Just like last season, Clemson and Alabama are atop the national landscape, coming in at Nos. 1 and 2 in the poll, respectively.

And just like last season, Oklahoma and Texas are atop the area landscape, coming in as the two top-ranked schools.

Oklahoma is No. 4 in the poll. Texas is No. 10.

Texas A&M is the only other area school in the poll, coming in at No. 12.

Outside of Oklahoma and Texas, the only other Big 12 school to be ranked is Iowa State (No. 21). TCU, West Virginia and Oklahoma State all received votes.

In January, the SportsDay staff put together its way-too-early college football poll for the 2019 season. Oklahoma was No. 4, Texas was No. 9 and Texas A&M was No. 11. Iowa State (No. 19) was the only other Big 12 school to make the poll. TCU and Baylor did receive some votes.

Here is the full 2019 AP college football poll:

1. Clemson
2. Alabama
3. Georgia
4. Oklahoma
5. Ohio State
6. LSU
7. Michigan
8. Florida
9. Notre Dame
10. Texas
11. Oregon
12. Texas A&M
13. Washington
14. Utah
15. Penn State
16. Auburn
17. UCF
18. Michigan State
19. Wisconsin
20. Iowa
21. Iowa State
22. Syracuse
23. Washington State
24. Nebraska
25. Stanford

Others receiving votes: Missouri 117, Army 94, Mississippi State 87, Miami (FL) 70, Northwestern 63, TCU 57, Virginia 44, Boise State 38, Cincinnati 16, South Carolina 15, Virginia Tech 12, Fresno State 8, Utah State 8, Minnesota 7, Memphis 6, Appalachian State 5, West Virginia 3, Oklahoma State 3, Arizona State 3, Arizona 1, USC 1

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