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Long before the fans chose Hartford (Vt.) as the nation's top team, USA TODAY Sports already picked its own No. 1 - and here are the top 10 teams in the final USA TODAY Sports Super 25 poll:

1. John Curtis Christian (River Ridge, La.), 14-0, state 2A champ.

The Patriots have won 25 state titles under longtime coach J.T. Curtis.

Computer ranking: No. 51

2. Katy (Texas), 16-0, state 5A-II champ.

Tigers won their seventh state title overall.

Computer ranking: No. 19

3. Butler (Matthews, N.C.), 15-0, state 4AA champ.

Bulldogs have won three 4-AA state titles in the past four years.

Computer ranking: No. 7

4. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.), 15-0, Open Division champ.

Spartans captured fourth consecutive Open Division Bowl.

Computer ranking: No. 1

5. Allen (Texas), 15-1, state 5A-I champ.

The Eagles took the 5A-I title and christen a new $59.6 million stadium.

Computer ranking: No. 3

6. Hoover (Birmingham, Ala.), 15-0, state 6A champ

The Buccaneers have won seven state titles since 2000.

Computer ranking: No. 25

7. Bellevue (Wash.), 14-0, state 3A champ

The Wolverines have won 40 straight games, and five consecutive state championships.

Computer ranking: No. 4

8. Ensworth (Nashville, Tenn.), 14-0, state II-AA champ

RB Corn Elder led team to third-straight title.

Computer ranking: No. 5

9. Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.), 13-1, state Division I champ

Gaels won their fourth-straight state title, and haven't lost to a local foe since 2008.

Computer ranking: No. 44

10. Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.), 11-1, WCAC champ

The Falcons have won four Washington Catholic Athletic Association titles in a row.

Computer ranking: No. 41