Iowa football came in at No. 25 in to the Associated Press' all-time college football team rankings, released Tuesday. The Hawkeyes have been ranked in 27 percent of all polls since the AP started ranking teams in 1936. Iowa received 37 less votes than did Wisconsin, which nabbed the No. 24 spot.
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Here's how the AP formed these rankings:
To determine the all-time Top 25, the AP formula counted poll appearances (one point) to mark consistency, No. 1 rankings (one point) to acknowledge elite programs and gave a bonus for AP championships (10 points).
Ohio State is the AP's all-time No. 1, and is one of six Big Ten teams ranked ahead of Iowa, joining Nebraska, Michigan, Penn State, Michigan State and Wisconsin. Columbia, William and Mary, Nevada and Bowling Green are tied for last in the all-time top 100.
Iowa State finished at No. 83.