Week 9 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

Alabama and Oregon have now occupied the top two spots in the CFRA poll for the past 6 weeks!  Nevertheless, the Wildcats of Kansas State are right on the Ducks’ heels, as they trail Oregon by a single point this week’s poll.  There is also one tie and one major break of 30 or more points in this week’s rankings.  The ties occur at # 6 (Florida State and Georgia), and the major break occurs at # 4 (between Notre Dame and LSU).

1.  Alabama (8)– 247 points

2.  Oregon (2)– 234 points

3.  Kansas State– 233 points

4.  Notre Dame– 226 points

5.  LSU– 193 points

6.  Georgia– 188 points

6.  Florida State– 188 points

8.  Florida– 181 points

9.  Clemson– 161 points

10.  Louisville– 160 points

11.  Ohio State- 143 points

12.  South Carolina– 127 points

13.  Mississippi State– 115 points

14.  Oregon State– 106 points

15.  Oklahoma– 105 points

16.  Boise State– 97 points

17.  Stanford– 86 points

18.  Texas A & M– 80 points

19.  Southern California– 71 points

20.  Texas Tech– 52 points

21.  Louisiana Tech– 44 points

22.  West Virginia– 36 points

23.  Nebraska– 33 points

24.  Toledo– 26 points

25.  Arizona– 24 points

Others Receiving Votes: Northern Illinois 20, Rutgers 16, Texas 15, Kent State 11, Northwestern 9, Tulsa 9, Ohio 5, Iowa State 4, Oklahoma State 2, UCLA 1, Air Force 1, Arizona State 1

Dropped Out: Rutgers 15, Ohio 20, Michigan 24

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Florida State (6), Mississippi State (13), Louisiana Tech (21), Toledo (24).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): South Carolina (12), Oregon State (14), Oklahoma (15), Stanford (17), Texas A & M (18), Southern California (19), Nebraska (23), Oklahoma State (NR).

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

 

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