The final college football poll of the 2013-14 season is out, and despite the SEC failing to get single win in a BCS Bowl game, the league still rules the poll with four teams in the top-7 and a total of six teams in the top-25.
The biggest surprise was South Carolina climbing all the way to No. 4, despite not even playing in a BCS game. But when you realize they beat three top-10 teams (Mizzou, Clemson and UCF), it’s well-deserved.
You may recall the Kentucky Wildcats pushed USC to the limit in a game that was decided by only a touchdown in Columbia. The Wildcats ended up playing five teams in the top-25 to go with two others (UGA & MSU) who drew votes in the final poll.
Here is the final college football AP Poll:
|1||Florida State (60)||14-0||1,500||1|
|Others Receiving Votes: Nebraska107, Fresno State57, Northern Illinois22, North Dakota State17, Texas Tech14, Iowa13, Georgia13, Mississippi10, Kansas State8, Arizona5, Navy3, Utah State2, East Carolina2, Mississippi State1|
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