2001 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 11
Week 1
Aug 26
Week 2
Sep 2
Week 3
Sep 9
Week 4
Sep 23
Week 5
Sep 30
Week 6
Oct 7
Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14
Dec 2
Week 15
Dec 9
Week 16 (Final)
Jan 4
1. Florida (20) Florida (0-0) (21) Miami (FL) (1-0) (37) Miami (FL) (2-0) (40) Miami (FL) (2-0) (39) Miami (FL) (3-0) (34) Florida (5-0) (30) Miami (FL) (5-0) (48) Miami (FL) (5-0) (47) Miami (FL) (6-0) (55) Miami (FL) (7-0) (55) Miami (FL) (8-0) (44) Miami (FL) (9-0) (52) Miami (FL) (10-0) (71) Miami (FL) (11-0) (72) Miami (FL) (11-0) (72) Miami (FL) (12-0) (72) 1.
2. Miami (FL) (33) Miami (FL) (0-0) (33) Florida (1-0) (19) Florida (2-0) (14) Florida (3-0) (15) Florida (4-0) (22) Miami (FL) (4-0) (23) Oklahoma (6-0) (21) Oklahoma (7-0) (22) Nebraska (9-0) (17) Nebraska (10-0) (17) Nebraska (11-0) (28) Nebraska (11-0) (20) Florida (9-1) (1) Tennessee (10-1) Oregon (10-1) Oregon (11-1) 2.
3. Oklahoma (10) Oklahoma (1-0) (10) Oklahoma (2-0) (10) Oklahoma (3-0) (11) Oklahoma (3-0) (11) Oklahoma (4-0) (9) Oklahoma (5-0) (16) Nebraska (7-0) (2) Nebraska (8-0) (2) Oklahoma (7-1) Oklahoma (8-1) Oklahoma (9-1) Florida (9-1) Texas (10-1) Oregon (10-1) Colorado (10-2) Florida (10-2) 3.
4. Nebraska (4) Nebraska (1-0) (3) Texas (1-0) (4) Nebraska (3-0) (2) Nebraska (4-0) (2) Nebraska (5-0) (2) Nebraska (6-0) (2) UCLA (5-0) (1) UCLA (6-0) (1) Florida (6-1) Florida (7-1) Florida (8-1) Oklahoma (10-1) Oregon (9-1) Colorado (10-2) Nebraska (11-1) Tennessee (11-2) 4.
5. Texas (5) Texas (0-0) (4) Nebraska (2-0) (2) Texas (2-0) (4) Texas (3-0) (4) Texas (4-0) (4) Oregon (5-0) Oregon (6-0) Virginia Tech (6-0) Texas (7-1) Texas (8-1) Texas (9-1) Texas (9-1) Tennessee (9-1) Nebraska (11-1) Florida (9-2) Texas (11-2) 5.
6. Florida State Florida State (0-0) Florida State (1-0) Florida State (2-0) Oregon (3-0) Tennessee (3-0) (7) Virginia Tech (5-0) Virginia Tech (6-0) Florida (5-1) Michigan (6-1) Tennessee (6-1) Tennessee (7-1) Oregon (9-1) Nebraska (11-1) Florida (9-2) Maryland (10-1) Oklahoma (11-2) 6.
7. Oregon Oregon (0-0) (1) Oregon (1-0) Oregon (2-0) Tennessee (2-0) Oregon (4-0) UCLA (4-0) Florida (5-1) Texas (6-1) Tennessee (5-1) Oregon (8-1) Oregon (9-1) Tennessee (8-1) Maryland (10-1) Maryland (10-1) Illinois (10-1) LSU (10-3) 7.
8. Tennessee Tennessee (0-0) Tennessee (1-0) Tennessee (2-0) Virginia Tech (3-0) Virginia Tech (4-0) Fresno State (5-0) (1) Fresno State (6-0) Michigan (5-1) Oregon (7-1) Washington (7-1) BYU (10-0) Maryland (10-1) Illinois (10-1) Illinois (10-1) Tennessee (10-2) Nebraska (11-2) 8.
9. Virginia Tech Virginia Tech (0-0) Virginia Tech (1-0) Virginia Tech (2-0) Georgia Tech (3-0) UCLA (4-0) South Carolina (5-0) Texas (5-1) Tennessee (4-1) UCLA (6-1) BYU (9-0) Washington State (9-1) BYU (11-0) Colorado (9-2) BYU (12-0) Texas (10-2) Colorado (10-3) 9.
10. Georgia Tech Oregon State (0-0) Georgia Tech (2-0) Georgia Tech (3-0) Fresno State (4-0) (1) Fresno State (5-0) (1) Washington (4-0) Michigan (5-1) Maryland (7-0) Stanford (5-1) Florida State (6-2) Maryland (9-1) Illinois (9-1) BYU (11-0) Texas (10-2) Oklahoma (10-2) Washington State (10-2) 10.
11. Oregon State Georgia Tech (1-0) Michigan (1-0) Fresno State (3-0) (1) Kansas State (2-0) Washington (3-0) Texas (4-1) Tennessee (3-1) Oregon (6-1) Washington (6-1) Washington State (8-1) Michigan (7-2) Michigan (8-2) Oklahoma (10-2) Oklahoma (10-2) Stanford (9-2) Maryland (10-2) 11.
12. Michigan Michigan (0-0) Kansas State (0-0) Kansas State (1-0) UCLA (3-0) Kansas State (2-1) Michigan (4-1) Maryland (6-0) South Carolina (6-1) Virginia Tech (6-1) Michigan (6-2) Illinois (8-1) Washington (8-2) Stanford (8-2) Stanford (9-2) LSU (9-3) Illinois (10-2) 12.
13. Kansas State Kansas State (0-0) LSU (1-0) Washington (1-0) Washington (2-0) South Carolina (4-0) Tennessee (3-1) Clemson (4-1) Washington (5-1) BYU (8-0) Maryland (8-1) Stanford (6-2) Stanford (7-2) Washington State (9-2) Washington State (9-2) Washington State (9-2) South Carolina (9-3) 13.
14. LSU LSU (0-0) UCLA (1-0) UCLA (2-0) LSU (2-0) Northwestern (3-0) Florida State (3-1) Colorado (5-1) Washington State (7-0) Florida State (5-2) South Carolina (7-2) Syracuse (8-2) Colorado (8-2) Virginia Tech (8-2) South Carolina (8-3) South Carolina (8-3) Syracuse (10-3) 14.
15. Washington Washington (0-0) Washington (0-0) LSU (2-0) South Carolina (3-0) Mighigan (3-1) Georgia Tech (4-1) Washington (4-1) Georgia (5-1) Maryland (7-1) Illinois (7-1) Colorado (8-2) Washington State (9-2) South Carolina (8-3) Virginia Tech (8-3) Virginia Tech (8-3) Florida State (8-4) 15.
16. Northwestern Northwestern (0-0) Northwestern (0-0) Northwestern (1-0) Northwestern (2-0) Florida State (3-1) Clemson (3-1) South Carolina (5-1) BYU (7-0) Washington State (7-1) Stanford (5-2) Washington (7-2) Virginia Tech (8-2) Georgia (7-3) Georgia (8-3) Georgia (8-3) Stanford (9-3) 16.
17. UCLA UCLA (0-0) Notre Dame (0-0) Mississippi State (1-0) Michigan (2-1) Georgia Tech (3-1) Purdue (4-0) Georgia (4-1) Auburn (6-1) South Carolina (6-2) UCLA (6-2) Auburn (7-2) Louiville (10-1) Michigan (8-3) Michigan (8-3) Michigan (8-3) Louisville (11-2) 17.
18. Notre Dame Notre Dame (0-0) Mississippi State (1-0) South Carolina (2-0) Florida State (2-1) LSU (2-1) BYU (5-0) BYU (6-0) Fresno State (6-1) Georgia (5-2) Syracuse (7-2) Virginia Tech (7-2) South Carolina (8-3) Syracuse (9-3) Syracuse (9-3) Syracuse (9-3) Virginia Tech (8-4) 18.
19. Clemson Clemson (0-0) Fresno State (2-0) Clemson (2-0) Oregon State (1-1) Clemson (3-1) Georgia (3-1) Washington State (6-0) Florida State (4-2) Syracuse (7-2) Georgia (5-2) Louisville (9-1) Georgia (6-3) Washington (8-3) Fresno State (11-2) BYU (12-1) Washington (8-4) 19.
20. Mississippi State Mississippi State (0-0) Clemson (1-0) Michigan (1-1) BYU (3-0) BYU (4-0) Colorado (4-1) Auburn (5-1) Stanford (4-1) Purdue (5-1) Georgia Tech (6-2) UCLA (6-3) Marshall (9-1) Marshall (10-1) Washington (8-3) Fresno State (11-2) Michigan (8-4) 20.
21. South Carolina South Carolina (0-0) South Carolina (1-0) Ohio State (1-0) Mississippi State (1-1) Purdue (3-0) Ohio State (3-1) Florida State (3-2) Georgia Tech (5-3) Illinois (6-1) Colorado (7-2) Florida State (6-3) Georgia Tech (7-3) Fresno State (10-2) LSU (8-3) Washington (8-3) Boston College (8-4) 21.
22. Wisconsin Wisconsin (1-0) Oregon State (0-1) Oregon State (1-1) Illinois (3-0) Stanford (3-0) Maryland (5-0) Northwestern (4-1) Illinois (6-1) North Carolina (5-3) Michigan State (5-2) South Carolina (7-3) Syracuse (8-3) LSU (7-3) Ohio State (7-4) Ohio State (7-4) Georgia (8-4) 22.
23. Ohio State Ohio State (0-0) Wisconsin (1-1) Notre Dame (0-1) Michigan State (2-0) Toledo (4-0) Stanford (3-0) Georgia Tech (4-2) North Carolina Georgia Tech (5-2) Virginia Tech (6-2) Georgia (5-3) Fresno State (9-2) Ohio State (7-4) Louisville (10-2) Louisville (10-2) Toledo (10-2) 23.
24. Colorado State Colorado State (0-0) Ohio State (0-0) BYU (3-0) Purdue (2-0) Texas A&M (4-0) Kansas State (2-2) Purdue (4-1) Purdue (4-1) Texas A&M (7-1) Auburn (6-2) Marshall (8-1) Arkansas (7-3) Louiville (10-2) Florida State (7-4) Florida State (7-4) Georgia Tech (8-5) 24.
25. Alabama Alabama (0-0) Georgia (1-0) Louisville (3-0) Toledo (3-0) Maryland (4-0) Texas A&M (5-0) Toledo (5-0) Colorado (5-2) Colorado (6-2) Louisville (8-1) Ohio state (6-3) Boston College (7-3) Auburn (7-3) Toledo (9-2) Toledo (9-2) BYU (12-2) 25.
Preseason
Aug 11
Week 1
Aug 26
Week 2
Sep 2
Week 3
Sep 9
Week 4
Sep 23
Week 5
Sep 30
Week 6
Oct 7
Week 7
Oct 14
Week 8
Oct 21
Week 9
Oct 28
Week 10
Nov 4
Week 11
Nov 11
Week 12
Nov 18
Week 13
Nov 25
Week 14
Dec 2
Week 15
Dec 9
Week 16 (Final)
Jan 4
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Colorado State
Alabama
Dropped:
Wisconsin
Georgia
Dropped:
Clemson
Ohio State
Notre Dame
Louisville
Dropped:
Oregon State
Mississippi State
Illinois
Michigan State
Dropped:
Northwestern
LSU
Toledo
Dropped:
Ohio State
Stanford
Kansas State
Texas A&M
Dropped:
Clemson
Northwestern
Toledo
Dropped:
Auburn
Fresno State
Dropped:
Purdue
North Carolina
Texas A&M
Dropped:
Georgia Tech
Michigan State
Dropped:
Auburn
UCLA
Florida State
Ohio State
Dropped:
Georgia Tech
Arkansas
Boston College
Dropped:
Marshall
Auburn
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Fresno State
Ohio State

[1]

Final Coaches' poll[edit]

Ranking Team
1 Miami (FL)
2 Oregon
3 Florida
4 Tennessee
5 Texas
6 Oklahoma
7 Nebraska
8 LSU
9 Colorado
10 Maryland
11 Washington State
12 Illinois
13 South Carolina
14 Syracuse
15 Florida State
16 Louisville
17 Stanford
18 Virginia Tech
19 Washington
20 Michigan
21 Marshall
22 Toledo
23 Boston College
24 BYU
25 Georgia

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BCS Standings[edit]

The Bowl Championship Series determined the two teams that competed in the BCS National Championship Game, the 2002 Rose Bowl.

Week 8
Oct 22
Week 9
Oct 29
Week 10
Nov 5
Week 11
Nov 12
Week 12
Nov 19
Week 13
Nov 26
Week 14
Dec 3
Week 15 (Final)
Dec 9
1. Oklahoma (7-0) Nebraska (9-0) Nebraska (10-0) Nebraska (11-0) Nebraska (11-0) Miami (FL) (10-0) Miami (FL) (11-0) Miami (FL) (12-0) 1.
2. Nebraska (8-0) Oklahoma (7-1) Miami (FL) (7-0) Miami (FL) (8-0) Miami (FL) (9-0) Florida (9-1) Tennessee (10-1) Nebraska (11-1) 2.
3. UCLA (6-0) Miami (FL) (6-0) Oklahoma (8-1) Oklahoma (9-1) Oklahoma (10-1) Texas (10-1) Nebraska (11-1) Colorado (10-2) 3.
4. Miami (FL) (5-0) Michigan (6-1) Tennessee (6-1) Oregon (9-1) Florida (9-1) Nebraska (11-1) Colorado (10-2) Oregon (10-1) 4.
5. Virginia Tech (6-0) Texas (7-1) Texas (8-1) Florida (8-1) Oregon (9-1) Oregon (9-1) Oregon (10-1) Florida (9-2) 5.
6. Texas (6-1) Stanford (5-1) Oregon (8-1) Texas (9-1) Texas (9-1) Tennessee (9-1) Florida (9-2) Tennessee (10-2) 6.
7. Michigan (5-1) Tennessee (5-1) Florida (7-1) Tennessee (7-1) Tennessee (8-1) Colorado (9-2) Texas (10-2) Texas (10-2) 7.
8. Maryland (7-0) Florida (6-1) Washington (7-1) Washington State (9-1) Illinois (9-1) Illinois (10-1) Illinois (10-1) Illinois (10-1) 8.
9. Tennessee (4-1) UCLA (6-1) Washington State (8-1) Stanford (6-2) Stanford (7-2) Oklahoma (10-2) Stanford (9-2) Stanford (9-2) 9.
10. Washington State (7-0) Oregon (7-1) Michigan (6-2) Illinois (8-1) Michigan (8-2) Stanford (8-2) Maryland (10-1) Maryland (10-1) 10.
11. Florida (5-1) Washington (6-1) Stanford (5-2) Michigan (7-2) Washington (8-2) Maryland (10-1) Oklahoma (10-2) Oklahoma (10-2) 11.
12. Washington (5-1) Washington State (7-1) Illinois (7-1) Maryland (9-1) Maryland (10-1) BYU (11-0) BYU (12-0) Washington State (9-2) 12.
13. Oregon (6-1) BYU (8-0) BYU (9-0) BYU (10-0) BYU (11-0) Washington State (9-2) Washington State (9-2) LSU (9-3) 13.
14. Stanford (4-1) Purdue (5-1) Florida State (6-2) Colorado (8-2) Washington State (9-2) Washington (8-3) Washington (8-3) South Carolina (8-3) 14.
15. South Carolina (6-1) Virginia Tech (6-1) Maryland (8-1) Syracuse (8-2) Colorado (8-2) Georgia (7-3) South Carolina (8-3) Washington (8-3) 15.
16. 16.
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20. 20.
21. 21.
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25. 25.
Week 8
Oct 22
Week 9
Oct 29
Week 10
Nov 5
Week 11
Nov 12
Week 12
Nov 19
Week 13
Nov 26
Week 14
Dec 3
Week 15 (Final)
Dec 9
Dropped:
Maryland
South Carolina
Dropped:
UCLA
Purdue
Virginia Tech
Dropped:
Washington
Florida State
Dropped:
Syracuse
Dropped:
Michigan
Dropped:
Georgia
Dropped:
BYU

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "2001 AP Poll". AP Poll Archive. Archived from the original on April 17, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-05. 
  2. ^ http://homepages.cae.wisc.edu/~dwilson/rfsc/history/CoachPolls.txt
  3. ^ "2001 Bowl Championship Series Standings". Fox Sports on MSN. Retrieved 2009-10-11.