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Oklahoma still unanimous, Florida State joins top 10 in 2021 USA Today/NFCA DI Top 25 Poll

                                                                                

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Oklahoma is still the unanimous No. 1 and Florida State joined the top 10 in this week’s 2021 USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll. The undefeated Sooners (25-0) swept their Big 12 opening series against Iowa State, while the Seminoles (20-6) rolled to four wins in ACC play at Boston College.

 

The 2021 USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Poll is voted on by 32 NCAA Division I head coaches, one representing each conference. Records reflect games played through March 28. Programs not competing in 2021 will not be eligible for ranking consideration.

 

2021 USA Today / NFCA Division I

Top 25 Coaches Poll – March 30 (Week 7)

Rank School Points Record Last Week
1 Oklahoma (32) 800 25-0 1
2 UCLA 765 19-1 2
3 Oregon 727 23-1 3
4 Alabama 693 26-3 4
5 Florida 690 24-3 5
6 Washington 611 24-4 6
7 Texas 572 24-3 8
8 Kentucky 555 24-4 7
9 Arizona 552 18-5 9
10 Florida State 495 20-6 12
11 Oklahoma State 448 26-5 10
12 Duke 434 26-3 11
13 Arkansas 404 28-3 15
14 Arizona State 403 19-8 14
15 LSU 350 18-11 13
16 Louisiana 331 20-6 16
17 Missouri 244 24-7 18
18 Clemson 227 22-4 20
19 Virginia Tech 222 19-5 19
20 Georgia 201 22-5 17
21 Tennessee 177 23-5 21
22 UCF 170 24-6 22
23 Michigan 84 13-3 25
24 Northwestern 73 15-1 RV
25 Baylor 38 21-5 RV

 

New to Poll: No. 24 Northwestern, No. 25 Baylor.

 

Dropped Out: No. 23 South Carolina, No. 24 Auburn.

 

Receiving Votes: Texas A&M (34), Auburn (32), South Carolina (26), Liberty (12), Texas State (10), Wichita State (8), James Madison (3), Western Kentucky (3), Minnesota (2), Fresno State (1), Miami (Ohio) (1), Notre Dame (1), Southern Illinois (1).

 

The 2021 USA Today / NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll is voted on by 32 NCAA Division I head coaches with one representing each of the NCAA’s Division I Conferences. Records reflect games played through March 28.

*Programs not competing in 2021 will not be eligible for ranking consideration.