Arizona picks up some support in AP pollby Anthony Gimino on Sep. 03, 2013, under Sports
The Arizona Wildcats picked up Top 25 support from a second AP voter after their season-opening 35-0 victory over NAU.
Ed Johnson of the Albuquerque Journal, who was the only one among 60 voters to have Arizona on a preseason ballot (at No. 23), moved UA to No. 21 in the poll released Tuesday morning.
The Cats also picked up a No. 25 vote from Kyle Ringo of the Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera.
So, Arizona has six total points, which, if you’re counting that far, is good for 36th in the poll. Arizona State, which opens Thursday at home against Sacramento State, is 28th with 48 points.
The Wildcats also picked up seven points in the USA Today coaches poll, which does not release individual ballots during the regular season. Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez is a voter.
My AP ballot: Clemson moves to No. 2