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How The Associated Press Voters Placed Louisville

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Twenty-six extremely bright and attractive individuals chose to include Louisville in their preseason ballots for the Associated Press top 25, resulting in the Cards attaining their first national ranking since 2007.

Here's who they are and where they placed U of L:

John Adams (Knoxville News Sentinel) #21
Carrie Anderson (WMC-TV Memphis) #23
Greg Auman (Tampa Bay Times) #24
Brent Axe (Syracuse Post-Standard) #24
Kirk Bohls (Austin American-Statesman) #21
Jimmy Burch (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) #24
Bob Condotta (The Seattle Times) #21
Chadd Cripe (Idaho Statesman) #23
Doug Doughty (Roanoke Times) #25
Seth Emerson (Macon (Ga) Telegraph) #23
Ben Frederickson (Casper (WY) Star-Tribune) #25
Garland Gillen (WWL-TV, New Orleans) #25
Anthony Gimino (Tuscon (AZ) Citizen) #24
Harold Gutmann (Herald-Sun of Durham NC) #21
John Hunt (The Oregonian) #24
Cecil Hurt (Tuscaloosa (AL) News) #20
Rob Long (CBS 105.7 Radio Baltimore) #23
Mark McCarter (Huntsville (AL) Times) #24
Kyle Meinke (annarbor.com) #17
Harry Plumer (The Republican, MA) #25
Keith Pompey (Philadelphia Inquirer) #23
Jeremy Sampson (WLIX-TV, Lansing MI) #22
Keith Sargeant (Home News Tribune, NJ) #25
John Silver (Jounal Inquirer, CT) #21
Jon Wilner (San Jose Mercury News) #12
Scott Wolf (Los Angeles Daily News) #14

Clearly Scott Wolf was influenced by the Saved by the Bell post.

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I guess I'll have to drum up 8,000 more words if a BCS title game appearance is ever on the line.