Week 3 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

For the first-time this season, there are 26 teams included in this week’s CFRA poll, as we have a tie at # 25 between Boise State and Wisconsin.  There are no other ties in this week’s poll, but there are three major breaks of 20 or more points.  They exist between spots # 3 and 4 (Oregon and Florida State), # 9 and 10 (Clemson and Texas), and # 11 and 12 (Stanford and Notre Dame).

1.  Alabama (9)– 272 points

2.  LSU (1)– 259 points

3.  Oregon– 249 points

4.  Florida State– 229 points

5.  Georgia– 222 points

6.  West Virginia– 210 points

7.  Oklahoma– 203 points

8.  South Carolina– 195 points

9.  Clemson– 185 points

10.  Texas– 156 points

11.  Stanford- 155 points

12.  Notre Dame– 131 points

13.  Florida– 122 points

14.  Ohio State– 120 points

15.  TCU– 111 points

16.  Southern California– 104 points

17.  Kansas State– 102 points

18.  Louisville– 84 points

19.  Michigan– 73 points

20.  UCLA– 61 points

21.  Michigan State– 55 points

22.  Arizona– 52 points

23.  Mississippi State– 38 points

24.  Baylor– 32 points

25.  Boise State– 23 points

25.  Wisconsin– 23 points

Others Receiving Votes: Nebraska 21, Ohio 20, Northwestern 16, Oklahoma State 12, Texas A & M 7, Virginia Tech 6, Oregon State 5, Georgia Tech 5, Ole Miss 5, Tennessee 4, Cincinnati 3, UL-Monroe 3, Louisiana Tech 1, Missouri 1, Rutgers 1

Dropped Out: Virginia Tech 12, Tennessee 21

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: West Virginia (6), Florida (13), TCU (15).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Oklahoma (7), Southern California (16), Kansas State (17), Michigan (19), UCLA (20), Nebraska (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Alabama (1), LSU (2), Oregon (3), Florida State (4), Mississippi State (23).

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