News & ToursDecember 17, 2010

A closer look at the coaches' polls, Part 2

Following up yesterday's post, here is a look at the aggregate data from all the Golf World/Nike Golf men's coaches' polls since the magazine resumed compiling them in 2001 to the present.

__GOLF WORLD/Nike Golf men's coaches' poll

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Number of times poll has been compiled: 80

Number of schools that have been ranked: 73

Number of teams that have been ranked No. 1: 9

Georgia, 21; Oklahoma State, 21; Florida, 11; Clemson, 9; Alabama, 6; Georgia Tech, 5; Stanford, 3; UCLA, 3; Charlotte, 1

Number of teams that have appeared in every poll: 4

Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State

Most times ranked in the top 25:

Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, 80

USC, 77

Clemson, 75

UCLA, 72

Texas, 66

UNLV, 65

Arizona State, 64

Wake Forest, 58

Tennessee, 55

Washington, 55

Duke, TCU, 52

__Most consecutive times ranked in top 25 (all-time):

__Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, 80

UCLA, 72

USC, 62

UNLV, 43

Stanford, 39

Most consecutive times ranked in the top 10__(all-time)____:__

Oklahoma State, 67

Georgia, 52

Stanford, 36

Florida, 32

USC, 29

Most consecutive times ranked in the top five__(all-time)____:__

Georgia, 47

Oklahoma State, 24

Clemson, 21

Florida, 13

USC, 12

__Longest current streaks ranked in top 25:

__Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, 80

UCLA, 72

Stanford, 39

Texas A&M, 25

Texas, 22

Illinois, 20

Washington, 20

__Longest current streaks ranked in top 10:

__Oklahoma State, 67

Augusta State, 9

Florida, 5

Georgia Tech, 4

Alabama, 3

__Longest current streaks being ranked in top five:

__Oklahoma State, 24

Alabama, 3

Florida, 3

UCLA, 2

Georgia Tech, 2

Number of schools that have been ranked in the top 10: 44

Oklahoma State, 77; Florida, 74; Georgia, 61; Georgia Tech, 53; UCLA, 45; Clemson, 44; USC, 40; Stanford, 36; Arizona State, 33; Texas, 33; Alabama, 31; UNLV, 31; TCU, 26; Wake Forest, 24; Augusta State, 19; Washington, 19; Arizona, 13; Texas A&M, 13; Illinois, 11; Florida State, 10; BYU, 9; Charlotte, 9; Auburn, 8; Duke, 8; Minnesota, 7; New Mexico, 7; Tennessee, 7; Oregon, 6; Indiana, 5; Kentucky, 5; Georgia State, 4; Lamar, 4; North Carolina, 4; South Carolina, 4; Virginia Tech, 4; Arkansas, 3; Coastal Carolina, 3; Fresno State, 3; N.C. State, 2; Chattanooga, 1; East Tennessee State, 1; Iowa, 1; LSU, 1; Oklahoma, 1

Number of schools that have been ranked in the top five: 29

Oklahoma State, 66; Georgia, 51; Florida, 39; Georgia Tech, 30; UCLA, 28; Clemson, 27; Stanford, 26; Alabama, 24; USC, 14; Wake Forest, 14; Washington, 10; Texas, 9; UNLV, 8; Arizona State, 7; Augusta State, 7; New Mexico, 6; Charlotte, 5; Arizona, 4; Duke, 4; Oregon, 4; Texas A&M, 4; Minnesota, 3; Florida State, 2; Kentucky, 2; TCU, 2; BYU, 1; Illinois, 1; Lamar, 1; Tennessee, 1

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