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Final AP Top 25/Coaches Poll: Houston Leads AAC Teams

Houston, Navy and Temple all finish the regular season in the Top 25 for both the AP Top 25 and the Amway Coaches Poll.

Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports

Here are the final AP Top 25 and Amway Coaches Polls of the 2015 regular season. There really isn't much to say about these polls that didn't change much from last week. Houston did jump up even higher in the polls after their AAC Championship victory over Temple. The Cougars are No. 14 in the AP Top 25 and No. 16 in the Coaches Poll.

Navy and Temple still represent the AAC in the polls as well with the Midshipmen ranked No. 21 in the AP Poll and No. 22 in the Coaches Poll. Temple is No. 24 in both polls following their loss to Houston.

BYU and Memphis, both of which beat Cincinnati this season, are receiving votes in the both polls. South Florida is receiving votes in the AP Poll. Hawai'i Bowl foe San Diego State also received votes in both polls.

Ranking AP Top 25 Coaches Poll
1 Clemson (51) Clemson (55)
2 Alabama (9) Alabama (5)
3 Michigan State (1) Oklahoma
4 Oklahoma Michigan State
5 Stanford Ohio State
6 Iowa Stanford
7 Ohio State Iowa
8 Notre Dame Florida State
9 Florida State Notre Dame
10 North Carolina TCU
11 TCU North Carolina
12 Northwestern Northwestern
13 Oklahoma State Oklahoma State
14 Houston Oregon
15 Oregon Mississippi
16 Mississippi Houston
17 Michigan Michigan
18 Baylor Florida
19 Florida Baylor
20 Utah Utah
21 Navy LSU
22 LSU Navy
23 Wisconsin Wisconsin
24 Temple Temple
25 Western Kentucky Georgia

Others receiving votes (AP Top 25): Georgia (9-3) 67; Southern California (8-5) 57; Brigham Young (9-3) 28; Tennessee (8-4) 23; San Diego State (10-3) 22; Washington State (8-4) 20; Arkansas (7-5) 20; Memphis (9-3) 10; Bowling Green (10-3) 8; South Florida (8-4) 8; Mississippi State (8-4) 6; Toledo (9-2) 4; UCLA (8-4) 4; Arkansas State (9-3) 2

Other receiving votes (Coaches): Western Kentucky 55; Southern California 51; San Diego State 26; Tennessee 24; UCLA 15; Washington State 12; Bowling Green 12; Memphis 10; Mississippi State 7; Brigham Young 7; Arkansas State 6; Appalachian State 3; Texas A&M 3; Louisville 2; Pittsburgh 1.