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How DiPrimio voted in AP Top 25 College Football Poll (Week 6)

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Monday, October 01, 2012 12:01 am
The News-Sentinel's Pete DiPrimio is among the 60 sportswriters and broadcasters from across the nation who vote in the Associated Press Top 25 College Football Poll. DiPrimio covers Purdue and Indiana. Check out how he voted this week and how it compares to this week's media poll.1. Alabama2. Oregon

3. Florida State

4. Georgia

5. LSU

6. Kansas State

7. Texas

8. South Carolina

9. Florida

10. Notre Dame

11. USC

12. West Virginia

13. TCU

14. Oklahoma

15. Oregon State

16. Stanford

17. Clemson

18. Mississippi State

19. Ohio State

20. Rutgers

21. Ohio

22. UCLA

23. Northwestern

24. Louisville

25. Texas Tech1. Alabama — 1,500 (60) points

2. Oregon — 1,430 points

3. Florida State — 1,349 points

4. LSU — 1,310 points

5. Georgia — 1,252 points

6. South Carolina — 1,152 points

7. Kansas State — 1,123 points

8. West Virginia — 1,066 points

9. Notre Dame — 1,043 points

10. Florida — 937 points

11. Texas — 932 points

12. Ohio State — 793 points

13. USC — 703 points

14. Oregon State — 647 points

T-15. Clemson — 608 points

T-15. TCU — 608 points

17. Oklahoma — 581 points

18. Stanford — 509 points

19. Louisville — 404 points

20. Mississippi State — 306 points

21. Nebraska — 240 points

22. Rutgers — 160 points

23. Washington — 159 points

24. Northwestern — 143 points

25. UCLA — 122 points

Others receiving votes: Cincinnati 72, Boise State 53, Texas A&M 51, Michigan State 43, Texas Tech 39, Michigan 38, Louisiana Tech 37, Baylor 31, Ohio 30, Arizona State 15, Arizona 4, Miami (Fla.) 4, Iowa State 3, Tennessee 3

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