60 people vote in the AP Poll each week. The voters are sports writers and broadcasters who have extensive history covering College Football. The voters change every year and are invited by the Associated Press.
The AP Poll is published at Noon Eastern on Sunday afternoons during the college football season.
not yet still waiting
number 11 in the AP poll, but number ! in my eyes. http://espn.go.com/college-football/rankings/_/poll/1/week/7
The first college football polls come out weeks before the start of each season. The AP poll has been running since 1936.
The 1960 Missouri Tigers finished 5 in the final AP Poll; while the UPI poll has them #4.
Miami and Washington were both credited with winning the national championship. Miami was No. 1 in the AP poll and Washington No. 1 in the UPI.
Princeton claims 28 national championships since 1869, the first season of college football. However, since 1936 (when the AP Poll began), both Alabama and Notre Dame are tied with 8 consensus titles.
Right now the huskers are ranked nuber 18 in the coaches poll and 22 in the ap poll. This is after week one 2009.