Daily List: Most consecutive weeks in the AJC rankings

North Gwinnett is out of the Journal-Constitution rankings for the first time since Sept. 14, 2008, a streak of 87 weeks. That's the eighth-longest streak of its kind, and second-longest in the highest classification, since 1982, when the AJC began publishing a single poll (rather than one for the Journal and one for the Constitution). North Gwinnett's streak was actually about 25 weeks longer in the AP poll, which kept the Bulldogs ranked in 2008 after its season-opening loss to Byrnes (S.C.). Next week, Buford can make it 200 straight weeks in the Top 10. Here are streaks of that era that have extended over more than five seasons. Four are active.

199 - Buford (2000-)

162 - Lincoln County (1982-94)

150 - Valdosta (1982-1993)

128 - Marist (1995-05)

113 - Carver, Columbus (2006-)

108 - Lincoln County (2005-13)

102 - Carrollton (1992-99)

87 - North Gwinnett (2008-14)

81 - Macon County (1992-97)

80 - Northside, W.R. (2005-10)

79 - Calhoun (2008-)

77 - SW DeKalb (1986-91)

76 - Bowdon (1991-96)

75 - Sandy Creek (2009-)

73 - Mary Persons (1993-98)

70 - Charlton County (2003-08)

70 - Parkview (2000-05)

70 - McEachern (1995-00)

68 - Clarke Central (1982-87)

67 - Greenville (1982-87)

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