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KU football moves up in both polls

Jayhawks ranked 22nd in AP, 23rd in coaches poll

September 13, 2009

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Following a 34-7 victory over UTEP on Saturday, the Kansas football team moved up in both national rankings.

The Jayhawks jumped two spots to 22nd in the Associated Press poll; KU moved up a single spot in the USA Today Coaches poll, checking in at No. 23.

The KU football team has now been ranked in 22 of the last 30 AP polls.

Texas (No. 2 AP, No 2 coaches), Oklahoma (12, 12), Oklahoma State (16, 17), Nebraska (19, 18) and Missouri (NR, 25) were the other Big 12 schools that earned national rankings in at least one poll.

The full rankings are below. To see how the Journal-World's Tom Keegan voted, click here.

AP Poll
1. Florida (56)
2. Texas (1)
3. USC (1)
4. Alabama (2)
T5. Mississippi
T5. Penn State
7. Brigham Young
8. California
9. LSU
10. Boise State
11. Ohio State
12. Oklahoma
13. Virginia Tech
14. Georgia Tech
15. TCU
16. Oklahoma State
17. Cincinnati
18. Utah
19. Nebraska
20. Miami (FL)
21. Houston
22. Kansas
23. Georgia
24. North Carolina
25. Michigan

Dropped from rankings: Notre Dame 18, Missouri 25
Others receiving votes: Missouri 93, Pittsburgh 87, Oregon State 64, Texas Tech 54, UCLA 44, Notre Dame 40, West Virginia 30, Auburn 26, Iowa 23, Boston College 19, Baylor 15, Clemson 10, Oregon 5, Arizona 4, Arkansas 3, Colorado State 2, Florida State 1, Minnesota 1, South Florida 1.

USA Today Coaches Poll
1. Florida (56)
2. Texas
3. USC (3)
4. Alabama
5. Penn State
6. Mississippi
T7. LSU
T7. California
9. Brigham Young
10. Boise State
11. Ohio State
12. Oklahoma
13. Georgia Tech
14. Virginia Tech
15. TCU
16. Utah
17. Oklahoma State
18. Nebraska
19. North Carolina
20. Georgia
21. Cincinnati
22. Miami (FL)
23. Kansas
24. Oregon State
25. Missouri

Dropped from rankings: Notre Dame 20
Others receiving votes: Michigan 84, Houston 69, Texas Tech 68, Pittsburgh 40, Notre Dame 32, Auburn 30, Iowa 27, Florida State 19, Oregon 16, West Virginia 16, UCLA 13, South Florida 13, Kentucky 9, Arizona 4, Central Michigan 2, Colorado State 2, Minnesota 2, Northwestern 2, Arkansas 1, Tulsa 1, South Carolina 1.

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