Week 8 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

For the fifth-straight week, Alabama and Oregon occupy the top two spots in the CFRA poll.  There are changes throughout the rest of the top 5 though, as Florida jumps from # 5 to 3 as a result of their blowout victory over South Carolina.  Speaking of the Gamecocks, they are apart of this week’s only CFRA tie, as Texas Tech and SC share the # 17 spot in the week 8 rankings.

1.  Alabama (8)– 248 points

2.  Oregon (2)– 236 points

3.  Florida– 229 points

4.  Kansas State– 223 points

5.  Notre Dame– 207 points

6.  Oregon State– 188 points

7.  Oklahoma– 171 points

8.  LSU– 165 points

9.  Mississippi State– 154 points

10.  Florida State– 143 points

11.  Ohio State- 141 points

12.  Southern California– 131 points

13.  Clemson– 124 points

14.  Louisville– 118 points

15.  Rutgers– 116 points

16.  Georgia– 114 points

17.  Texas Tech– 87 points

17.  South Carolina– 87 points

19.  Boise State– 66 points

20.  Ohio– 62 points

21.  Stanford– 60 points

22.  Texas A & M– 32 points

23.  Louisiana Tech– 27 points

24.  Michigan– 25 points

25.  West Virginia– 21 points

Others Receiving Votes: Toledo 15, NC State 11, TCU 9, Cincinnati 7, Northern Illinois 7, Tulsa 5, Wisconsin 5, Texas 5, Arizona State 5, Kent State 3, Duke 3

Dropped Out: Cincinnati 19, TCU 25

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Oregon State (6), Mississippi State (9), Ohio (20), Louisiana Tech (23).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): LSU (8), Southern California (12), Georgia (16), Stanford (21), Michigan (24), Texas (NR), Wisconsin (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 4 Major Polls (BCS, AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Alabama (1), Notre Dame (5).

 

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