2000 NCAA Division I-A football rankings

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Legend
  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  Not ranked previous week
  Selected for BCS National Championship Game
Italics   Number of first place votes
(#-#)   Win-loss record
т Tied with team above or below also with this symbol


AP poll[edit]

Preseason
Aug 6[1]
Week 1
Aug 27[2]
Week 2
Sep 3[3]
Week 3
Sep 10[4]
Week 4
Sep 17[5]
Week 5
Sep 24[6]
Week 6
Oct 1[7]
Week 7
Oct 8[8]
Week 8
Oct 15[9]
Week 9
Oct 22[10]
Week 10
Oct 29[11]
Week 11
Nov 5[12]
Week 12
Nov 12[13]
Week 13
Nov 19[14]
Week 14
Nov 26[15]
Week 15
Dec 3[16]
Week 16 (Final)
Jan 3[17]
1. Nebraska (36) Nebraska (0-0) (35) Nebraska (1-0) (39) Nebraska (2-0) (41) Nebraska (2-0) (43) Nebraska (3-0) (39) Florida State (5-0) (42) Nebraska (5-0) (67) Nebraska (6-0) (66) Nebraska (7-0) (67) Oklahoma (7-0) (69) Oklahoma (8-0) (70) Oklahoma (9-0) (70) Oklahoma (10-0) (70) Oklahoma (11-0) (64) Oklahoma (12-0) (67) Oklahoma (13-0) (71) 1.
2. Florida State (29) Florida State (1-0) (30) Florida State (1-0) (28) Florida State (2-0) (26) Florida State (3-0) (26) Florida State (4-0) (30) Nebraska (4-0) (28) Kansas State (6-0) (3) Virginia Tech (6-0) (1) Virginia Tech (7-0) Virginia Tech (8-0) Miami (FL) (7-1) Miami (FL) (8-1) Miami (FL) (9-1) Miami (FL) (10-1) (6) Miami (FL) (10-1) (3) Miami (FL) (11-1) 2.
3. Alabama (3) Alabama (0-0) (3) Michigan (1-0) Michigan (2-0) (1) Florida (3-0) Florida (4-0) (1) Virginia Tech (4-0) Virginia Tech (5-0) (1) Oklahoma (6-0) (4) Oklahoma (6-0) (3) Miami (FL) (6-1) Florida State (9-1) (1) Florida State (10-1) Florida State (11-1) (1) Florida State (11-1) (1) Florida State (11-1) (1) Washington (11-1) 3.
4. Wisconsin (1) Wisconsin (0-0) (1) Miami (FL) (1-0) Wisconsin (2-0) (1) Kansas State (3-0) (1) Virginia Tech (3-0) Kansas State (5-0) (1) Miami (FL) (4-1) Miami (FL) (4-1) Miami (FL) (5-1) Florida State (8-1) (1) Nebraska (8-1) Florida (9-1) Washington (10-1) Washington (10-1) Washington (10-1) Oregon State (11-1) 4.
5. Miami (FL) Miami (FL) (0-0) Wisconsin (1-0) (1) Texas (1-0) (2) Virginia Tech (3-0) Kansas State (4-0) (1) Clemson (5-0) Clemson (6-0) Clemson (7-0) Clemson (8-0) Nebraska (7-1) Florida (8-1) Oregon (9-1) Oregon State (10-1) Oregon State (10-1) Oregon State (10-1) Florida State (11-2) 5.
6. Michigan Michigan (0-0) Texas (0-0) (2) Florida (2-0) UCLA (3-0) (1) Washington (3-0) Michigan (4-1) Ohio State (5-0) Florida State (6-1) Florida Sate (7-1) Florida (7-1) Oregon (8-1) Washington (9-1) Virginia Tech (9-1) Virginia Tech (10-1) Virginia Tech (10-1) Virginia Tech (11-1) 6.
7. Texas (1) Texas (0-0) (2) Kansas State (2-0) Kansas State (2-0) Wisconsin (3-0) Clemson (4-0) Miami (FL) (3-1) Florida State (5-1) Oregon (5-1) Oregon (6-1) Oregon (7-1) Washington (8-1) Virginia Tech (9-1) Florida (9-2) Florida (9-2) Florida (10-2) Oregon (10-2) 7.
8. Kansas State Kansas State (1-0) Florida (1-0) Virginia Tech (2-0) Washington (3-0) USC (3-0) Ohio State (4-0) Oklahoma (5-0) Florida (6-1) Florida (6-1) Washington (7-1) Virginia Tech (8-1) Oregon State (9-1) Kansas State (10-2) Kansas State (10-2) Oregon (9-2) Nebraska (10-2) 8.
9. Florida Florida (0-0) Georgia (1-0) Washington (2-0) USC (2-0) Michigan (3-1) Oregon (4-1) Oregon (4-1) Washington (5-1) Washington (6-1) TCU (7-0) Purdue (7-2) Kansas State (9-2) Nebraska (8-2) Oregon (9-2) Nebraska (9-2) Kansas State (11-3) 9.
10. Georgia Georgia (0-0) Virginia Tech (1-0) USC (2-0) Michigan (2-1) Miami (FL) (2-1) Oklahoma (4-0) Florida (5-1) Kansas State (6-1) Kansas State (7-1) Clemson (8-1) Oregon State (8-1) Nebraska (8-2) Oregon (9-2) Nebraska (9-2) Notre Dame (9-2) Florida (10-3) 10.
11. Virginia Tech Virginia Tech (0-0) USC (1-0) Tennessee (1-0) Clemson (3-0) Tennessee (2-1) Texas (3-1) Washington (4-1) TCU (5-0) TCU (6-0) Purdue (7-2) Notre Dame (6-2) Notre Dame (7-2) Nortre Dame (8-2) Notre Dame (9-2) Kansas State (10-3) Michigan (9-3) 11.
12. Tennessee USC (1-0) Tennessee (1-0) Miami (FL) (1-1) Miami (FL) (1-1) Ohio State (4-0) Florida (4-1) TCU (5-0) Georgia (5-1) Ohio State (6-1) Michigan (6-2) Northwestern (7-2) Ohio State (8-2) Texas (8-2) Texas (9-2) Texas (9-2) Texas (9-3) 12.
13. Washington Tennessee (0-0) Alabama (0-1) Purdue (2-0) Tennessee (1-1) Texas (2-1) Washington (3-1) UCLA (4-1) Mississippi State (4-1) Georgia (6-1) Southern Miss (6-1) Ohio State (7-2) Mississippi State (7-2) TCU (9-1) TCU (10-1) TCU (10-1) Purdue (8-4) 13.
14. Purdue Washington (0-0) Purdue (1-0) UCLA (2-0) Ohio State (3-0) Oklahoma (3-0) TCU (4-0) Georgia (4-1) Ohio State (5-1) Southern Miss (5-1) Oregon State (7-1) Georgia (6-2) Texas (8-2) Purdue (8-3) Purdue (8-3) Purdue (8-3) Colorado State (10-2) 14.
15. USC Purdue (0-0) Washington (1-0) Alabama (1-1) Texas (1-1) UCLA (3-1) Auburn (5-0) Mississippi State (4-1) Southern Miss(5-1) Michigan (6-2) Notre Dame (6-2) Mississippi State (6-2) TCU (8-1) Clemson (9-2) Clemson (9-2) Georgia Tech (9-2) Notre Dame (9-3) 15.
16. Ohio State Ohio State (0-0) UCLA (1-0) (1) Clemson (2-0) Notre Dame (2-1) TCU (3-0) UCLA (4-1) Southern Miss (4-1) Michigan (5-2) Purdue (6-2) Ohio State (6-2) Kansas Sate (8-2) Clemson (8-2) Michigan (8-3) Michigan (8-3) Clemson (9-2) Clemson (9-3) 16.
17. Clemson Clemson (0-0) Clemson (1-0) Ohio State (2-0) Oklahoma (2-0) Wisconsin (3-1) Southern Miss (3-1) Northwestern (5-1) Purdue (5-2) South Carolina (7-1) Georgia (6-2) Clemson (8-2) Purdue (7-3) Auburn (9-2) Georgia Tech (9-2) Michigan (8-3) Georgia Tech (9-3) 17.
18. Mississippi Mississippi (0-0) Ohio State (1-0) Oklahoma (2-0) TCU (2-0) Michigan State (3-0) USC (3-1) Michigan (4-2) South Carolina (6-1) Oregon State (6-1) Mississippi State (5-2) TCU (7-1) Auburn (8-2) Georgia Tech (8-2) Auburn (9-2) Northwestern (8-3) Auburn (9-4) 18.
19. Oklahoma Oklahoma (0-0) Mississippi (1-0) Illinois (2-0) Illinois (3-0) Auburn (4-0) Georgia (3-1) Auburn (5-1) Oregon State (5-1) Notre Dame (5-2) Kansas State (7-2) Texas (7-2) Michigan (7-3) Georgia (7-3) Northwestern (8-3) Ohio State (8-3) South Carolina (8-4) 19.
20. TCU TCU (0-0) Oklahoma (1-0) TCU (1-0) Auburn (3-0) Oregon (3-1) Mississippi State (3-1) Notre Dame (3-2) Notre Dame (4-2) Mississippi State (4-2) Texas (6-2) Michigan (6-3) Georgia Tech (7-2) Northwestern (8-3) Ohio State (8-3) Auburn (9-3) Georgia (8-4) 20.
21. Illinois Illinois (0-0) Illinois (1-0) Notre Dame (1-1) Purdue (2-1) Southern Miss (2-1) Tennessee (2-2) Purdue (4-2) Arizona (5-1) NC State (5-1) Northwestern (6-2) South Carolina (7-2) Texas A&M (7-3) Ohio State (8-3) Tennessee (8-3) Tennessee (8-3) TCU (10-2) 21.
22. Penn State Southern Miss (0-0) TCU (0-0) Michigan State (1-0) Southern Miss (1-1) Purdue (3-1) Northwestern (4-1) Arizona (4-1) Minnesota (5-2) Texas (5-2) South Carolina (7-2) Auburn (7-2) Georgia (6-3) Texas A&M (7-3) Louisville (9-2) Louisville (9-2) LSU (8-4) 22.
23. Southern Miss Colorado (0-0) Notre Dame (1-0) Georgia (1-1) Michigan State (2-0) South Carolina (4-0) Oregon State (4-0) Oregon State (4-1) UCLA (4-2) Northwestern (5-2) Auburn (7-2) Texas A&M (7-2) Northwestern (7-3) Mississippi State (7-3) Colorado State (9-2) Colorado State (9-2) Wisconsin (9-4) 23.
24. Colorado Michigan State (0-0) Michigan State (0-0) Auburn (2-0) Georgia (1-1) Illinois (3-1) Wisconsin (3-2) South Carolina (5-1) NC State (5-1) Arizona (5-2) Texas A&M (6-2) Georgia Tech (6-2) Southern Miss (7-2) LSU (7-3) Georgia (7-4) Georgia (7-4) Mississippi State (8-4) 24.
25. Michigan State Texas A&M (0-0) Southern Miss (0-1) Southern Miss (0-1) Mississippi State (2-0) Georgia (2-1) Notre Dame (2-2) Texas (3-2) Northwestern (5-2) Auburn (6-2) Georgia Tech (6-2) Southern Miss (6-2) South Carolina (7-3) Tennessee (7-3) Toledo (10-1) Toledo (10-1) Iowa State (9-3) 25.
Preseason
Aug 6[1]
Week 1
Aug 27[2]
Week 2
Sep 3[3]
Week 3
Sep 10[4]
Week 4
Sep 17[5]
Week 5
Sep 24[6]
Week 6
Oct 1[7]
Week 7
Oct 8[8]
Week 8
Oct 15[9]
Week 9
Oct 22[10]
Week 10
Oct 29[11]
Week 11
Nov 5[12]
Week 12
Nov 12[13]
Week 13
Nov 19[14]
Week 14
Nov 26[15]
Week 15
Dec 3[16]
Week 16 (Final)
Jan 3[17]
Dropped:
Penn State
Dropped:
Colorado
Texas A&M
Dropped:
Mississippi
Dropped:
Alabama
Dropped:
Notre Dame
Mississippi State
Dropped:
Michigan State
Purdue
South Carolina
Illinois
Dropped:
USC
Tennessee
Wisconsin
Dropped:
Auburn
Texas
Dropped:
Minnesota
UCLA
Dropped:
NC State
Arizona
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Southern Miss
South Carolina
Dropped:
Texas A&M
Mississippi State
LSU
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Louisville
Northwestern
Ohio State
Tennessee
Toledo

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Final Coaches' poll[edit]

Ranking Team
1 Oklahoma
2 Miami (FL)
3 Washington
4 Florida State
5 Oregon State
6 Virginia Tech
7 Nebraska
8 Kansas State
9 Oregon
10 Michigan
11 Florida
12 Texas
13 Purdue
14 Clemson
15 Colorado State
16 Notre Dame
17 Georgia
18 TCU
19 Georgia Tech
20 Auburn
21 South Carolina
22 Mississippi State
23 Iowa State
24 Wisconsin
25 Tennessee

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BCS Standings[edit]

The Bowl Championship Series determined the two teams that competed in the BCS National Championship Game, the 2001 Orange Bowl.

Week 9
Oct 23
Week 10
Oct 30
Week 11
Nov 6
Week 12
Nov 13
Week 13
Nov 20
Week 14
Nov 27
Week 15 (Final)
Dec 3
1. Nebraska (7-0) Oklahoma (7-0) Oklahoma (8-0) Oklahoma (9-0) Oklahoma (10-0) Oklahoma (11-0) Oklahoma (12-0) 1.
2. Oklahoma (6-0) Virginia Tech (8-0) Florida State (9-1) Miami (FL) (8-1) Florida State (11-1) Florida State (11-1) Florida State (11-1) 2.
3. Virginia Tech (7-0) Florida State (8-1) Miami (FL) (7-1) Florida State (10-1) Miami (FL) (9-1) Miami (FL) (10-1) Miami (FL) (10-1) 3.
4. Miami (FL) (5-1) Nebraska (7-1) Nebraska (8-1) Florida (9-1) Washington (10-1) Washington (10-1) Washington (10-1) 4.
5. Florida State (7-1) Miami (FL) (6-1) Florida (8-1) Washington (9-1) Oregon State (10-1) Virginia Tech (10-1) Virginia Tech (10-1) 5.
6. Florida (6-1) Florida (7-1) Washington (8-1) Virginia Tech (9-1) Virginia Tech (9-1) Oregon State (10-1) Oregon State (10-1) 6.
7. Clemson (8-0) Oregon (7-1) Oregon (8-1) Oregon (9-1) Florida (9-2) Florida (9-2) Florida (10-2) 7.
8. Oregon (6-1) Washington (7-1) Virginia Tech (8-1) Nebraska (8-2) Nebraska (8-2) Nebraska (9-2) Nebraska (9-2) 8.
9. Washington (6-1) TCU (7-0) Oregon State (8-1) Oregon State (9-1) Kansas State (10-2) Kansas State (10-2) Kansas State (10-3) 9.
10. Kansas State (7-1) Purdue (7-2) Purdue (7-2) Kansas State (9-2) Oregon (9-2) Oregon (9-2) Oregon (9-2) 10.
11. Ohio State (6-1) Oregon State (7-1) Kansas State (8-2) Notre Dame (7-2) Notre Dame (8-2) Notre Dame (9-2) Notre Dame (9-2) 11.
12. Georgia (6-1) Michigan (6-2) Notre Dame (6-2) Mississippi State (7-2) Texas (8-2) Texas (9-2) Texas (9-2) 12.
13. TCU (6-0) Clemson (8-1) Ohio State (7-2) Ohio State (8-2) Clemson (9-2) Georgia Tech (9-2) Georgia Tech (9-2) 13.
14. Southern Miss (5-1) Notre Dame (6-2) Mississippi St. (6-2) Texas (8-2) TCU (9-1) TCU (10-1) TCU (10-1) 14.
15. Purdue (6-2) Mississippi St. (5-2) Northwestern (7-2) Texas A&M (7-3) Michigan (8-3) Clemson (9-2) Clemson (9-2) 15.
16. Michigan (8-3) Michigan (8-3) 16.

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References[edit]

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