The 2010 AP Preseason College Football Poll has been released, and, as always, compelling scenarios and stories abound. Not unlike the preceding USA Today Coaches Poll, the AP Poll has presented the college football landscape with story lines to carry us into the beginning of the season.
As expected, the AP writers have voted Alabama into the No. 1 spot with 54 first place votes. Not so surprising is Ohio State's No. 2 ranking and three first place votes followed by Boise State, Florida, and Texas to round out the top five.
The aforementioned Broncos and Longhorns received one first place vote as did No. 7 Oklahoma.
Let's take a look at each conference that is represented in the AP Poll along with any non-BCS conferences and schools and uncover any underlying controversies that may exist.