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Fans Top 25 NCAA College Football Team

We're not pretending this is a legitimate poll like the AP, Harris, and BCS polls. This is the Fan poll to help see who is the Top 25 NCAA College Football Team.

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Kansas State (9-0)

Kansas State (9-0)

Despite having the worst recruiting classes the past 5 years out of the Top 10 teams, Coach Bill Snyder and quarterback Optimus Klein, are leading this Wildcats hopefully to an undefeated season and a BCS title game win.

The Wildcats have had victories against the University of Miami, West Virgina, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State. They still have TCU and Texas on their schedule.

About KSU: Heisman frontrunner, Optimus Klein, has the nations leading quarterback rating of 174.4 and ranks #4 in scoring.

The Wildcats have scored 111 points after opponents' turnovers while their opponents have scored 0 points on their 4 turnovers of the season (Ranked #1 in having the fewest turnovers).

If Kansas State goes undefeated, they will have played 7 teams that have been ranked throughout the season and 7 teams that will play in bowls at the end of the season.

K-State is #1 in the SportSNation Rank'EM Fan Poll.

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Louisville (9-0)

Louisville (9-0)
14

Stanford (7-2)

Stanford (7-2)
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Alabama (9-0)

Alabama (9-0)

Wins: Mississippi State and LSU. They have also played Florida Atlantic (2-7), Western Kentucky (6-3), Missouri (4-5), Michigan (6-3), and Arkansas (4-5).

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Oregon (9-0)

Oregon (9-0)

Wins: Arkansas State, Tennessee Tech, Colorado, Arizona, Washington, and USC.

4

Notre Dame (9-0)

Notre Dame (9-0)

Wins: They beat a 4-5 Pittsburgh team in triple overtime, a 3-6 Purdue team, a 6-3 Michigan team, a 5-5 Michigan State team, a 6-3 Navy team, 5-4 BYU team, Oklahoma, and Stanford.

5

LSU (7-2)

LSU (7-2)

They almost pulled off the upset Saturday against #1 Alabama.

6

Georgia (8-1)

Georgia (8-1)
7

Florida (8-1)

Florida (8-1)
8

South Carolina (7-2)

South Carolina (7-2)
9

Florida State (8-1)

Florida State (8-1)
11

Oregon State (7-1)

Oregon State (7-1)
12

Oklahoma (6-2)

Oklahoma (6-2)
13

Clemson (8-1)

Clemson (8-1)
15

Mississippi State (7-2)

Mississippi State (7-2)
16

Texas A&M (7-2)

Texas A&M (7-2)
17

USC (6-3)

USC (6-3)
18

Texas Tech (6-3)

Texas Tech (6-3)
19

Boise State (7-2)

Boise State (7-2)
20

Nebraska (7-2)

Nebraska (7-2)
21

West Virginia (5-3)

West Virginia (5-3)
22

Arizona (5-4)

Arizona (5-4)
23

Texas (7-2)

Texas (7-2)
24

Oklahoma State (5-3)

Oklahoma State (5-3)
25

Louisiana Tech (8-1)

Louisiana Tech (8-1)