Week 1 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

We’re just one week into this year’s college football season and we already have a change at the top of the poll.  As a result of their blowout victory over Michigan, Alabama has overtaken Southern California for the top spot in this week’s rankings.  There is one tie in this week’s poll and it is a three-way deadlock between Florida, Louisville, and Stanford for the final 3 spots in the top 25.  Moreover, there is one major break of 40 or more points, and it is between the # 9 and 10 spots (West Virginia and South Carolina).

1.  Alabama (5)– 267 points

2.  Southern California (5)– 266 points

3.  LSU (1)– 251 points

4.  Oregon– 239 points

5.  Oklahoma– 210 points

6.  Florida State– 209 points

7.  Arkansas– 192 points

8.  Georgia– 190 points

9.  West Virginia– 187 points

10.  South Carolina– 145 points

11.  Michigan State– 144 points

12.  Clemson– 139 points

13.  Wisconsin– 132 points

14.  Nebraska– 119 points

15.  Virginia Tech– 116 points

16.  Texas– 113 points

17.  Oklahoma State– 103 points

18.  TCU– 83 points

19.  Ohio State– 82 points

20.  Michigan– 68 points

21.  Kansas State– 54 points

22.  Notre Dame– 40 points

23.  Florida– 38 points

23.  Louisville– 38 points

23.  Stanford– 38 points

Others Receiving Votes:  Baylor 25, Iowa 17, Tennessee 17, Washington 13, Boise State 12, Missouri 11, Texas A & M 6, Utah 3, Ohio 2, Nevada 2, Brigham Young 2, Cincinnati 1, Georgia Tech

Dropped Out: Boise State 21

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