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How DiPrimio voted in AP Top 25 College Football Poll (Week 10)

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Monday, October 29, 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. Notre Dame

3. Kansas State

4. Oregon

5. LSU

6. Florida State

7. Clemson

8. Georgia

9. Louisville

10. Florida

11. Ohio State

12. South Carolina

13. Oregon State

14. Texas A&M

15. Stanford

16. Boise State

17. Mississippi State

18. Oklahoma

19. USC

20. Toledo

21. Louisana Tech

22. Rutgers

23. Tulsa

24. Ohio

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

2. Oregon — 1,412 points

3. Kansas State — 1,382 points

4. Notre Dame — 1,344 points

5. LSU — 1,216 points

6. Ohio State — 1,158 points

7. Georgia — 1,145 points

8. Florida — 1,075 points

9. Florida State — 1,046 points

10. Clemson — 914 points

11. South Carolina — 823 points

12. Louisville — 817 points

13. Oregon State — 762 points

14. Oklahoma — 758 points

15. Stanford — 627 points

16. Texas A&M — 580 points

17. Mississippi State — 559 points

18. USC — 418 points

19. Boise State — 406 points

20. Texas Tech — 388 points

21. Nebraska — 249 points

22. Louisiana Tech — 209 points

23. West Virginia — 126 points

24. Arizona — 106 points

25. UCLA — 103 points

Others receiving votes: Toledo 88, Rutgers 74, Oklahoma State 72, Texas 55, Kent State 33, Tulsa 17, Northern Illinois 12, Washington 8, Northwestern 7, Ohio 4, Wisconsin 4, Michigan 2, Louisiana-Monroe 1

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