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College Football Rankings: Alabama Clear No. 1 In Final Polls

Alabama beat LSU 21-0 on Monday night and left no doubt across the voters that they were the No. 1 team in the Country.

The Alabama Crimson Tide made quick work of the LSU Tigers on Monday night in the 2012 BCS National Championship game. Any worry that there would be a split National Championship across the polls was put to rest after their dominating 21-0 performance.

As a result, they are the virtually undisputed No. 1 team across all the polls, including the AP Poll.The SEC dominated the final AP Poll, with four of the first nine teams.

The full AP rankings appear below, via SB Nation:

Rank Team Record Votes Previous
1 Alabama (55) 12-1 1,495 2
2 LSU (1) 13-1 1,425 1
3 Oklahoma State (4) 12-1 1,399 3
4 Oregon 12-2 1,250 6
5 Arkansas 11-2 1,198 7
6 USC 10-2 1,181 5
7 Stanford 11-2 1,167 4
8 Boise State 12-1 1,127 8
9 South Carolina 11-2 1,013 10
10 Wisconsin 11-3 905 9
11 Michigan State 11-3 873 12
12 Michigan 11-2 839 13
13 Baylor 10-3 780 15
14 TCU 11-2 653 16
15 Kansas State 10-3 621 11
16 Oklahoma 10-3 572 19
17 West Virginia 10-3 547 23
18 Houston 13-1 518 20
19 Georgia 10-4 439 18
20 Southern Miss 12-2 411 22
21 Virginia Tech 11-3 329 17
22 Clemson 10-4 188 14
23 Florida State 9-4 154 25
24 Nebraska 9-4 143 21
25 Cincinnati 10-3 103 NR

Also receiving votes: Brigham Young 51, Auburn 40, Northern Illinois 33, Missouri 23, Texas 15, Rutgers 3, Penn State 2, North Dakota State 2, Virginia 1

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