Brett McMurphy reveals AP preseason poll ballot

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The Associated Press preseason poll will be released on Sunday afternoon and that is the Top 25 rankings that college football fans consider to be official. The rankings are voted on by college football writers and analysts from all over the country.

ESPN’s Brett McMurphy is one of those that gets to submit a ballot for the poll.

On Wednesday, McMurphy shared his rankings on social media. His ballot may give football fans a preview of what is to come Sunday and it looks like there could be some major differences in the Coaches and AP polls.

The Amway Coaches Poll has the same number one team as McMurphy in Ohio State, but that is pretty much where the comparisons stops. It seems there are going to be some pretty upset fans when the AP Poll releases on Sunday.

Below is a comparison between the Coaches Poll and McMurphy’s ballot.

McMurphy

1. Ohio State
2. TCU
3. Baylor
4. USC
5. Michigan State
6. Oregon
7. Auburn
8. Notre Dame
9. Alabama
10. Clemson
11. Arizona State
12. UCLA
13. LSU
14. Georgia Tech
15. Georgia
16. Oklahoma
17. Florida State
18. Arkansas
19. Stanford
20. Arizona
21. Ole Miss
22. Wisconsin
23. Oklahoma State
24. Virginia Tech
25. Tennessee

Coaches Poll

1. Ohio State
2. Alabama
3. TCU
4. Baylor
5.Oregon
6. Michigan State
7. Auburn
8. Florida State
9. Georgia
10. USC
11. Notre Dame
12. Clemson
13. LSU
14. UCLA
15. Ole Miss
16. Arizona State
17. Georgia Tech
18. Wisconsin
19. Oklahoma
20. Arkansas
21. Stanford
22. Arizona
23. Missouri
24. Boise State
25. Tennessee

The college football season is just right around the corner and if the AP poll matches anywhere close to McMurphy’s there is sure to be some controversy heading into Week One.

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CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
Caleb is a young veteran of the sports journalism world that has a passion for college football, mostly the SEC, but namely the LSU Tigers. He also has an affinity for the Georgia Southern Eagles, because who doesn't love Erk Russell and national championships, right? He has experience working in print and online media as well as broadcasting, working with his high school alma mater football team and the Savannah Bananas.
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