Week 2 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

Alabama retains the # 1 spot in this week’s CFRA poll, and teams 2-4 also remain unchanged from week 1.  However, there are two very interesting ties in this week’s poll.  The first is at # 5 where Florida State has risen to enter into a deadlock with Oklahoma.  Shockingly, this week’s AP poll contains the exact same tie at # 15.   The other CFRA tie is between two bitter in-state rivals, as South Carolina and Clemson share the # 9 spot in this week’s poll.

1.  Alabama (7)– 293 points

2.  Southern California (4)– 283 points

3.  LSU (1)– 280 points

4.  Oregon– 263 points

5.  Florida State– 234 points

5.  Oklahoma– 234 points

7.  Georgia– 228 points

8.  West Virginia– 216 points

9.  Clemson– 188 points

9.  South Carolina– 188 points

11.  Michigan State– 168 points

12.  Virginia Tech– 157 points

13.  Texas– 150 points

14.  Kansas State– 119 points

15.  TCU– 117 points

16.  Ohio State– 116 points

17.  Florida– 96 points

18.  Notre Dame– 80 points

19.  Stanford– 68 points

20.  Louisville– 66 points

21.  Tennessee– 49 points

22.  Michigan– 47 points

23.  UCLA– 45 points

24.  Baylor– 37 points

25.  Arizona– 30 points

Others Receiving Votes: Boise State 22, Wisconsin 22, Mississippi State 16, Brigham Young 15, Georgia Tech 12, Ohio 11, Arkansas 9, Cincinnati 8, Nebraska 6, Northwestern 5, Missouri 4, Oregon State 4, UL-Monroe 4, Arizona State 3, Utah State 2, Oklahoma State 2, USF 1, Virginia 1, Wake Forest 1

Dropped Out: Arkansas 7, Wisconsin 13, Nebraska 14, Oklahoma State 17

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Clemson (9), Virginia Tech (12), Notre Dame (18), Tennessee (21).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Michigan State (11), Michigan (22), Baylor (24), Arkansas (NR), Nebraska (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Alabama (1), Oregon (4), Oklahoma (5), Georgia (7).

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