The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press expanded college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 1, points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point for a 25th place vote, previous ranking, record vs. top 25 teams at time of game, record of opponents played, and extra points:

The Associated Press Top 25 Poll

1. Southern Cal (21) ... 1-0 ... 1,539 ... 3 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Moved to the top

2. Georgia (20) ... 1-0 ... 1,506 ... 1 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... First meeting with CMU

3. Ohio St. (15) ... 1-0 ... 1,497 ... 2 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Wells has injured foot

4. Oklahoma (2) ... 1-0 ... 1,432 ... 4 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... DE Williams may not return

5. Florida (5) ... 1-0 ... 1,415 ... 5 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 1985 last time beat Miami

6. Missouri (1) ... 1-0 ... 1,301 ... 6 ... 1-0 ... 0-0 ... Gave 532 yards vs.Illini

7. LSU (1) ... 1-0 ... 1,207 ... 7 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Scott 160 yards-16 carries

8. West Virginia ... 1-0 ... 1,108 ... 8 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 17-2 vs. East Carolina

9. Auburn ... 1-0 ... 1,033 ... 10 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 16-5 vs. Southern Miss

10. Texas ... 1-0 ... 1,028 ... 11 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 1933 last meeting with UTEP

11. Wisconsin ... 1-0 ... 849 ... 13 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 5-0 vs. CUSA opponents

12. Texas Tech ... 1-0 ... 842 ... 12 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... First meeting with Nevada

13. Alabama ... 1-0 ... 834 ... 24 ... 1-0 ... 0-0 ... Won 11 straight vs. Tulane

14. Kansas ... 1-0 ... 748 ... 14 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Record 52,112 at Memorial

15. Arizona St. ... 1-0 ... 672 ... 15 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 9-3 at home vs. Stanford

15. BYU ... 1-0 ... 672 ... 16 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Sloppy second half vs. UNI

17. South Florida ... 1-0 ... 588 ... 19 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 3-0 vs. Central Florida

18. Oregon ... 1-0 ... 508 ... 21 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 3-0 vs. Utah State

19. Penn St. ... 1-0 ... 467 ... 22 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Paterno tied Bowden at 373

20. Wake Forest ... 1-0 ... 414 ... 23 ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Beat Ole Miss in 2006 ... 27-3

21. Fresno St. ... 1-0 ... 242 ... — ... ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... 13 Ws vs. BCS Big Six

22. Utah ... 1-0 ... 214 ... — ... ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... Utes win in The Big House

23. UCLA ... 1-0 ... 151 ... — ... ... 1-0 ... 0-0 ... QB Craft overcomes 4 INTs

24. Illinois ... 0-1 ... 147 ... 20 ... 0-1 ... 0-0 ... Another shootout vs Tigers

24. South Carolina ... 1-0 ... 147 ... — ... ... 0-0 ... 0-0 ... QB Smelley starts vs. VU

Others receiving votes: Clemson 143, East Carolina 108, California 91, Boston College 36, Florida St. 36, Cincinnati 35, Tennessee 30, Boise St. 19, Bowling Green 17, Virginia Tech 14, Connecticut 9, Rutgers 6, Kentucky 5, Nebraska 4, Oklahoma St. 3, Arizona 2, TCU 2, Miami 1, North Carolina 1, Notre Dame 1, Tulsa 1.

USA Today Top 25 Poll

The Top 25 teams in the USA Today college football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 1, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

1. Southern California (23) ... 1-0 ... 1,462 ... 2

2. Georgia (20) ... 1-0 ... 1,442 ... 1

3. Ohio State (10) ... 1-0 ... 1,385 ... 3

4. Oklahoma (2) ... 1-0 ... 1,344 ... 4

5. Florida (3) ... 1-0 ... 1,295 ... 5

6. LSU (3) ... 1-0 ... 1,202 ... 6

7. Missouri ... 1-0 ... 1,197 ... 7

8. West Virginia ... 1-0 ... 1,035 ... 8

9. Texas ... 1-0 ... 1,030 ... 10

10. Auburn ... 1-0 ... 962 ... 11

11. Wisconsin ... 1-0 ... 853 ... 12

12. Kansas ... 1-0 ... 820 ... 13

13. Texas Tech ... 1-0 ... 732 ... 14

14. Arizona State ... 1-0 ... 679 ... 16

15. Brigham Young ... 1-0 ... 629 ... 17

16. Oregon ... 1-0 ... 566 ... 20

17. Alabama ... 1-0 ... 538 ... NR

18. South Florida ... 1-0 ... 480 ... 21

19. Penn State ... 1-0 ... 450 ... 22

20. Wake Forest ... 1-0 ... 388 ... 23

21. Fresno State ... 1-0 ... 269 ... 25

22. Clemson ... 0-1 ... 186 ... 9

23. Utah ... 1-0 ... 158 ... NR

24. South Carolina ... 1-0 ... 134 ... NR

25. Illinois ... 0-1 ... 92 ... 19

Others receiving votes: UCLA 91 ... California 79 ... East Carolina 56 ... Tennessee 56 ... Boston College 36 ... Florida State 29 ... Virginia Tech 25 ... Boise State 24 ... Kentucky 20 ... TCU 15 ... Cincinnati 13 ... Connecticut 13 ... Nebraska 12 ... Arizona 8 ... Oklahoma State 5 ... Notre Dame 4 ... Colorado 3 ... Bowling Green 2 ... Georgia Tech 2 ... Central Florida 1 ... Miami (Fla.) 1 ... Stanford 1 ... Tulsa 1.