Buckeyes voted first unanimous preseason No. 1 in AP poll history

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Buckeyes voted first unanimous preseason No. 1 in AP poll history

Defending champs Ohio State is the first unanimous preseason No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll in the history of the poll, which dates back to 1950. The Buckeyes got 61 first-place votes from the media panel in the rankings released Sunday.

Michigan State is ranked No. 5 in the AP poll, one spot up from the Spartans’ No. 6 ranking in the Coaches’ poll.

Wisconsin rounds out the Big Ten teams in the AP poll at No. 20.

The full poll is here.

Our Summer Football Tour stops in Columbus on Monday with full coverage on BTN Live” at 6 p.m. ET, and BTN’s Tom Dienhart lists all of the things he’ll be looking for at practice.┬áRemember: Episode 2 of BTN’s Original series “Scarlet & Gray Days: Inside Ohio State Training Camp:” airs Wednesday at 7 p.m. ET.

Episode 1 is now available on BTN2Go – watch the whole show right here.

Check out the Top 25 AP poll.

AP Rankings
Rankings as of 8/23/2015
Rank School Votes Prev
1 Ohio State (0-0) 1525 (61) NR
2 TCU (0-0) 1428 NR
3 Alabama (0-0) 1322 NR
4 Baylor (0-0) 1263 NR
5 Michigan State (0-0) 1256 NR
6 Auburn (0-0) 1192 NR
7 Oregon (0-0) 1156 NR
8 USC (0-0) 1085 NR
9 Georgia (0-0) 991 NR
10 Florida State (0-0) 959 NR
11 Notre Dame (0-0) 873 NR
12 Clemson (0-0) 862 NR
13 UCLA (0-0) 698 NR
14 LSU (0-0) 675 NR
15 Arizona State (0-0) 605 NR
16 Georgia Tech (0-0) 588 NR
17 Ole Miss (0-0) 563 NR
18 Arkansas (0-0) 410 NR
19 Oklahoma (0-0) 394 NR
20 Wisconsin (0-0) 393 NR
21 Stanford (0-0) 347 NR
22 Arizona (0-0) 311 NR
23 Boise State (0-0) 240 NR
24 Missouri (0-0) 219 NR
25 Tennessee (0-0) 114 NR

 

 

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