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College football rankings: Cal ranked 40th in the AP poll, 46th in the coaches poll

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GO BEARS!

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The California Golden Bears are moving up the triangle number sequence after decleating Grambling StateThey received one vote in the AP poll in the preseason, and now they've moved up to three votes in all from both of the major polls. Cal is ranked 40th in the AP poll with two votes and managed 46th in the coaches poll with one vote.

Cal is tied with future national champion Stanford in the Coaches Poll with a vote apiece, and has one more vote than Stanford in the AP Poll. Good job by the Bears to stay up with our elite rivals down south, but it's a long season and there's a lot further we have to go.

Five Pac-12 teams are currently ranked: Arizona State and Stanford dropped out, while Utah moved in to join Oregon, USC, UCLA and Arizona. Cal will probably not be ranked unless they win three or four more games, so nothing really to think about too seriously right now.

Here are the polls below!

AP Coaches
1 Ohio State (61) Ohio State (63)
2 Alabama Alabama (1)
3 TCU TCU
4 Baylor Baylor
5 Michigan State Oregon
6 Auburn Michigan State
7 Oregon Auburn
8 USC Florida State
9 Notre Dame Georgia
10 Georgia USC
11 Florida State Notre Dame
12 Clemson Clemson
13 UCLA UCLA
14 LSU Ole Miss
15 Georgia Tech LSU
16 Texas A&M Georgia Tech
17 Ole Miss Oklahoma
18 Arkansas Arkansas
19 Oklahoma Texas A&M
20 Boise State Arizona
21 Missouri Missouri
22 Arizona Boise State
23 Tennessee Tennessee
24 Utah Wisconsin
25 Mississippi State Utah


AP Poll runnerups!

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 79, BYU 74, Northwestern 72, Arizona State 49, Oklahoma State 30, West Virginia 23, Temple 8, Florida 8, Cincinnati 7, Kansas State 7, Minnesota 5, NC State 4, Louisville 4, Western Kentucky 3, California 2, Stanford 1

Coaches Poll runnerups!

Mississippi State 97; Arizona State 66; Oklahoma State 52; Northwestern 35; Brigham Young 23; Kansas State 23; South Carolina 22; Duke 15; West Virginia 13; Miami (Fla.) 12; Florida 7; Louisville 6; Marshall 6; Minnesota 5; North Carolina State 4; Nebraska 3; Maryland 3; Temple 3; Pittsburgh 2; Illinois 2; Louisiana Tech 1; California 1; Memphis 1; Stanford 1.