The AP Poll is published at Noon Eastern on Sunday afternoons during the college football season.
not yet still waiting
number 11 in the AP poll, but number ! in my eyes. http://espn.go.com/college-football/rankings/_/poll/1/week/7
The first college football polls come out weeks before the start of each season. The AP poll has been running since 1936.
The 1960 Missouri Tigers finished 5 in the final AP Poll; while the UPI poll has them #4.
Alabama in the AP poll and USC in the UP poll.
Miami and Washington were both credited with winning the national championship. Miami was No. 1 in the AP poll and Washington No. 1 in the UPI.
Princeton claims 28 national championships since 1869, the first season of college football. However, since 1936 (when the AP Poll began), both Alabama and Notre Dame are tied with 8 consensus titles.
Right now the huskers are ranked nuber 18 in the coaches poll and 22 in the ap poll. This is after week one 2009.
Alabama Nope; Alabama was ranked 20th by the final AP Poll in 1941. Furthermore, Mississippi State won the SEC title in '41. The Minnesota Golden Gophers were the AP College Football National Champions in 1941.
There are many college basketball polls. The main ones are. AP USA Today RPI Coaches Poll
No college football team in the "modern poll era" (generally recognized to have started with the 1950 college football season) has ever won four consecutive national championships as selected by major polls (AP, Coaches Poll, BCS, etc). Prior to the modern poll era, the last program to be recognized by various methods to have won four national titles in four years is the University of Michigan (1901, 1902, 1903 and 1904). Yale is recognized to have won five straight (1891-1895) and six straight (1879-1884). Princeton also won six straight (1869, 1870, 1872-1875 with no college football season in 1871) and five straight (1877-1881). After the 2013 season, the current BCS National Championship Game will be replaced with the "College Football Playoff," and the champion of that playoff will simply be referred to as "College Football Playoff Champions." However, the Coaches Poll and Associated Press will likely still refer to their respective poll champions as "national champions."
Yes, many times. Army finished the season No. 1 in the AP Poll (thereby winning a "national championship") in 1944 and 1945. Army also finished 9-0-1 in 1946 and was highly ranked. In its entire history, Army football has finished the season ranked in the AP Poll in 14 different seasons (1943-50, 1953-55, 1957-58, 1996).
Alabama Crimson Tide recognized with 14, 9 of them being AP Poll. Since many of the awards given before 1933 are debatable for all teams it is best to stick to the AP and BCS polls. In that case there is 9 which is the most in college football. Notre Dame is second with eight. USC and Oklahoma are next with seven. Nebraska and Ohio State are next with five. Texas has four.
AP wore # 28 for the Sooners.
The BCS is made up of the AP Poll, Coaches Poll, a computer poll, the Harris Interactive Poll, etc. We do not get to vote directly for the BCS polls.
NCAA don't officially recognize football championships. My Sooner have won 7 championships thru the AP Poll and UPI (coaches) and one BCS championship.
It depends on what you use for a National Championship Selector. Missouri has none with the BCS, AP, or Coaches Poll. check the link
The Fightin' Blue Hens have won six national titles in their 116-year history - 1946 (AP College Div.), 1963 (UPI College Div.), 1971 (AP/UPI College Div.), 1972 (AP/UPI College Div.), 1979 (D-II) and 2003 (I-AA).