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Texas A&M ranked sixth in preseason AP Poll

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NCAA Football: Vanderbilt at Texas A&M Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports

One more of the countdown to football season boxes has officially been checked, as the Associated Press released their preseason Top 25 poll on Monday. As expected, Texas A&M is ranked highly, coming in at No. 6. They were also ranked No. 6 in the Coaches Poll released last week.

Preseason AP Top 25

Rank School Points
Rank School Points
1 Alabama (47) 1548
2 Oklahoma (6) 1462
3 Clemson (6) 1447
4 Ohio State (1) 1393
5 Georgia (3) 1364
6 Texas A&M 1223
7 Iowa State 1160
8 Cincinnati 1014
9 Notre Dame 1009
10 North Carolina 999
11 Oregon 968
12 Wisconsin 743
13 Florida 728
14 Miami 663
15 USC 660
16 LSU 631
17 Indiana 549
18 Iowa 513
19 Penn State 456
20 Washington 449
21 Texas 350
22 Coastal Carolina 232
23 UL Lafayette 208
24 Utah 176
25 Arizona State 125

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma State 107, Ole Miss 106, TCU 40, Liberty 36, Auburn 32, North Carolina State 14, Michigan 12, Northwestern 8, Boise State 7, Nevada 7, Brigham Young 6, Ball State 6, Houston 5, Boston College 5, UCF 5, West Virginia 3, UAB 2, Army 2, UCLA 2

This is the highest A&M has been ranked in an AP preseason poll since they began the 1995 season ranked No. 3. The Aggies are one of five SEC teams ranked in the poll, joining Alabama (1), Georgia (5), Florida (13) and LSU (16).