Preseason College Football Rankings 2011: Complete USA Today Coaches' Top 25

Eric BowmanFeatured ColumnistAugust 4, 2011

GLENDALE, AZ - JANUARY 01:  Head coach Bob Stoops has a Gatorade bucket dumped on him by Eric Mensik #69 late in the fourth quarter before the Sooners 48-20 victory against the Connecticut Huskies during the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl at the Universtity of Phoenix Stadium on January 1, 2011 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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USA Today released its Coaches' Poll today with preseason rankings for college football's top 25 teams.

Below is the list of teams that 59 coaches voted on for the upcoming 2011 college football season:

1. Oklahoma (42)

2. Alabama (13)

3. Oregon (2)

4. LSU (2)

5. Florida State

6. Stanford

7. Boise State

8. Oklahoma State

9. Texas A&M

10. Wisconsin

11. Nebraska

12. South Carolina

13. Virginia Tech

14. Arkansas

15. TCU

16. Ohio State

17. Michigan State

18. Notre Dame

19. Auburn

20. Mississippi State

21. Missouri

22. Georgia

23. Florida

24. Texas

25. Penn State

It's no surprise that the Oklahoma Sooners are the No. 1 team. They have been praised this entire summer, and soon we will get the chance to see if they are the real deal. 

Eight SEC teams made the top 25, further solidifying them as the best conference in the country. Now the question is: will the SEC make it six BCS National Championships in a row?

The first weekend of college football will give us some magnificent games. No. 3 Oregon will battle No. 4 LSU, and No. 7 Boise State will take on No. 22 Georgia. 

So do you agree or disagree with the poll? Did the coaches leave your team off? 

For more college football check out the Bleacher Report College Football page and College Football 2011: Recruiting News, Predictions, Rankings and More