Week 6 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

There is lots of action in this week’s CFRA poll, as it includes three ties and two major breaks of 30 or more points.  The ties exist at spots # 5 (Florida and Kansas State), # 14 (Texas and Southern California), and # 22 (Boise State and Louisiana Tech).  The major breaks occur between West Virginia and Florida (# 4 and 5) and Notre Dame and LSU (# 7 and 8).

1.  Alabama (10)– 297 points

2.  Oregon (2)– 290 points

3.  South Carolina– 271 points

4.  West Virginia– 263 points

5.  Florida– 231 points

5.  Kansas State– 231 points

7.  Notre Dame– 228 points

8.  LSU– 157 points

9.  Ohio State– 156 points

10.  Oregon State– 152 points

11.  Florida State- 151 points

12.  Oklahoma– 147 points

13.  Georgia– 139 points

14.  Texas– 138 points

14.  Southern California– 138 points

16.  Clemson– 134 points

17.  Mississippi State– 132 points

18.  Louisville– 106 points

19.  Stanford– 79 points

20.  Rutgers– 77 points

21.  Cincinnati– 70 points

22.  Louisiana Tech– 51 points

22.  Boise State– 51 points

24.  Ohio– 46 points

25.  Texas A & M– 42 points

Others Receiving Votes: TCU 24, Baylor 24, Michigan 21, UTSA 20, NC State 8, Iowa State 7, Duke 5, Arizona State 5, Texas Tech 4, Washington 2, Tulsa 1, Northern Illinois 1, Wisconsin 1

Dropped Out: TCU 12, Nebraska 20, Northwestern 21

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Texas (14), Mississippi State (17), Louisiana Tech (22), Ohio (24).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Southern California (15), Stanford (19), Texas A & M (25), Iowa State (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Alabama (1), Oregon (2), South Carolina (3), Notre Dame (7).

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