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4 top 25 teams in the same State

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When's the last time that happened?

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THE RANKINGS: Four Pac-12 teams are ranked in the AP poll, three in the Coaches poll. WASHINGTON (9/11), STANFORD (10/9), USC (17/12) and OREGON (23/nr) ... WASHINGTON has now appeared in the AP Top 25 for 34 consecutive ranking periods ... UTAH is the top team among others receiving votes in the AP poll, while Oregon is just outside the Top 25 in the Coaches poll.

https://pac-12.com/article/2018/09/04/four-pac-12-football-teams-ranked-top-25-matchup-opens-conference-play

oops, misread your post.  Thought you meant in the same conference.  My mistake.

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Were uf, fsu, miami and USF ranked together at some point?

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On 10/13/2018 at 5:04 PM, chapelbull said:

Were uf, fsu, miami and USF ranked together at some point?

I looked at historical records of the AP poll starting in 07, and in the final poll of 2016 you had FSU at 8, Florida at 14, USF at 19 and Miami at 20.

Then in 2017, the preseason poll plus Weeks 1 - 3 had that foursome.  Week 5 had four again with USF, Miami, Florida, and UCF in there

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On ‎10‎/‎13‎/‎2018 at 10:50 AM, Grateful Dad said:

last year

THE RANKINGS: Four Pac-12 teams are ranked in the AP poll, three in the Coaches poll. WASHINGTON (9/11), STANFORD (10/9), USC (17/12) and OREGON (23/nr) ... WASHINGTON has now appeared in the AP Top 25 for 34 consecutive ranking periods ... UTAH is the top team among others receiving votes in the AP poll, while Oregon is just outside the Top 25 in the Coaches poll.

https://pac-12.com/article/2018/09/04/four-pac-12-football-teams-ranked-top-25-matchup-opens-conference-play

oops, misread your post.  Thought you meant in the same conference.  My mistake.

cool but those are different states.

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4 hours ago, bull2saintleo said:

I looked at historical records of the AP poll starting in 07, and in the final poll of 2016 you had FSU at 8, Florida at 14, USF at 19 and Miami at 20.

Then in 2017, the preseason poll plus Weeks 1 - 3 had that foursome.  Week 5 had four again with USF, Miami, Florida, and UCF in there

Nice.  I wonder if this has ever happened outside of the State of FL.  I have my doubts. 

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6 hours ago, beastiebull said:

Nice.  I wonder if this has ever happened outside of the State of FL.  I have my doubts. 

I’d like to think Texas or California might have done it before too...

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12 hours ago, bull2saintleo said:

I’d like to think Texas or California might have done it before too...

Man I can't think of 4 schools in either or those states that were any good at the same time -

In Texas - Tex, Houston, Texas Tech, and aTm - MAYBE but its a real long shot.  They all seemed to have been good in different eras. 

Cali??  USC, UCLA and then who?  SDSU?  Fresno State?? 

My money is on this only ever happening in the State of Florida.  I wonder why it doesn't get more pub?  Its quite an accomplishment. 

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9 minutes ago, beastiebull said:

Cali??  USC, UCLA and then who?  SDSU?  Fresno State?? 

Stanford, California.... I seem to recollect that California had a run to the top 5 somewhere around the same time we did. 

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3 minutes ago, Triple B said:

Stanford, California.... I seem to recollect that California had a run to the top 5 somewhere around the same time we did. 

Yep forgot about Stanford and Cal.  Still don't remember all 4 of them being that good at the same time but I could very well be and probably am mistaken. 

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