UH ranked No. 93 in AP all-time Top 100

The Associated Press named its top 100 all-time college football programs Tuesday and the Rainbow Warriors made the list.

The University of Hawaii ranked No. 93 on the all-time list with 28 points.

To determine the rankings, the AP counted poll appearances (one point) to mark consistency, No. 1 rankings (2 points) to acknowledge elite programs and gave a big bonus for AP championships won (10 points).

Ohio State toped the list with 1,112 points.

Information from The Associated Press contributed to this story.

AP All-Time Top 100

No. 1 Ohio State (1,112 points)

No. 2 Oklahoma (1,055 points)

No. 3 Notre Dame (1,042 points)

No. 4 Alabama (993 points)

No. 5 Southern California (974 points)

No. 6 Nebraska (901 points)

No. 7 Michigan (894 points)

No. 8 Texas (822 points)

No. 9 Florida State (714 points)

No. 10 Florida (674 points)

No. 11 LSU (655 points)

No. 12 Penn State (647 points)

No. 13 Miami (642 points)

No. 14 Tennessee (624 points)

No. 15 Georgia (572 points)

No. 16 Auburn (570 points)

No. 17 UCLA (535 points)

No. 18 Texas A&M (447 points)

No. 19 Michigan State (443 points)

No. 20 Washington (430 points)

No. 21 Arkansas (412 points)

No. 22 Clemson (411 points)

No. 23 Pittsburgh (356 points)

No. 24 Wisconsin (336 points)

No. 25 Iowa (329 points)

No. 26 Georgia Tech (320 points)

No. 27 Colorado (316 points)

No. 28 Oregon (293 points)

No. 29 Mississippi (290 points)

No. 30 Arizona State (284 points)

No. 31 Virginia Tech (276 points)

No. 32 Stanford (272 points)

No. 33 West Virginia (271 points)

No. 34 BYU (258 points)

No. 35 Missouri (256 points)

No. 36 Purdue (246 points)

No. 37 Minnesota (241 points)

No. 38 North Carolina (240 points)

No. 39 TCU (234 points)

No. 40 Maryland (230 points)

No. 41 Syracuse (221 points)

No. 42 Army (214 points)

No. 43 Oklahoma State (208 points)

No. 44 Kansas State (207 points)

No. 45 California (199 points)

No. 46 Mississippi State (195 points)

No. 47, Baylor (187 points)

No. 48 South Carolina (185 points)

No. 49 Houston (184 points)

No. 50 Northwestern (183 points)

No. 51 Illinois (181 points)

No. 52 Virginia (174 points)

No. 53 Duke (172 points)

No. 54 Arizona (168 points)

No. 55 SMU (165 points)

No. 56 N.C. State (149 points)

No. 57 Boston College (141 points)

No. 58 Texas Tech (137 points)

No. 59 Washington State (129 points)

No. 60 Navy (128 points)

No. 61 Boise State (127 points)

No. 62 Louisville (119 points)

No. 63 Kansas (108 points)

No. 64 Utah, 100.

No. 65 Oregon State (95 points)

No. 66 Penn (89 points)

No. 67 Air Force (78 points)

No. 68 Kentucky (75 points)

No. 69 Rice (70 points)

No. 70 Tulane (62 points)

No. 71 Wyoming (56 points)

No. 72 (tie) Indiana (55 points)

No. 72 (tie) Fresno State 55 points)

No. 72 (tie) Southern Mississippi (55 points)

No. 72 (tie) Cornell (55 points)

No. 76 Toledo (45 points)

No. 77 (tie) Santa Clara (43 points)

No. 77 (tie) Tulsa (43 points)

No. 77 (tie) Colorado State (43 points)

No. 80 Wake Forest (42 points)

No. 81 (tie) Cincinnati (41 points)

No. 81 (tie) Miami (OH) (41 points)

No. 83 (tie) Fordham (40 points)

No. 83 (tie) Iowa State (40 points)

No. 85 Holy Cross (39 points)

No. 86 Rutgers (38 points)

No. 87 Dartmouth (37 points)

No. 88 East Carolina (37 points)

No. 89 Vanderbilt (31 points)

No. 90 Yale (30 points)

No. 91 (tie) Princeton (29 points)

No. 91 (tie) Marshall (29 points)

No. 93 Hawaii (28 points)

No. 94 USF (26 points)

No. 95 Villanova (25 points)

No. 96 Northern Illinois (23 points)

No. 97 Duquesne (20 points)

No. 98 Iowa Pre-Flight (18 points)

No. 99 (tie) Columbia (16 points)

No. 99 (tie) William & Mary (16 points)

No. 99 (tie) Nevada (16 points)

No. 99 (tie) Bowling Green (16 points)

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