For more than 80 years, the Associated Press has made 1,103 polls and ranked 165 college football teams.In an effort to highlight the All-Time greatest football program,
So in an effort to highlight the All-Time greatest football program, they AP has compiled information from every poll since 1936. The All-Time rankings took into account poll appearances (one point), No. 1 rankings (two points) and AP championships (10 points).
Where do the Arizona schools stand?
ASU – No. 30
The Sun Devils totaled 284 points in the All-Time ranking and appeared in the top-10 65 times. Although ASU made the top-5 20 times, the team hasn’t been able to break into the No. 1 spot. It ranked No. 2 on three different occasions (1976 and twice in 1996).
Arizona – No. 54
The Wildcats scored 168 points in the ranking. They haven’t had the same success as ASU, only making the top-10 31 times. Their highest rank was No. 3 (1983) and they made the top-5 only five times since their first appearance in 1961.
USC received the highest ranking in the Pac-12, while Oregon State rounded out the conference at 65th.
Here’s how the teams from the desert fared compared to the rest of the Pac-12:
USC – No. 5
UCLA – No. 17
Washington – No. 20
Colorado – No. 27
Oregon – No. 28
ASU – No. 30
Stanford – No. 32
California – No. 45
UA – No. 54
Washington State – No. 59
Utah – No. 64
Oregon State – No. 65
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