Week 11 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

With the Alabama’s loss to Texas A & M, we have a new # 1 in this week’s CFRA poll.  The Oregon Ducks claim the top spot over Kansas State by a four-point margin.  There are is one major break of more than 30 points in this week’s poll, and it occurs between # 14 Stanford and # 15 Nebraska.  Oddly enough, the same major break existed between those two teams in last week’s poll at the # 16 and 17 spots.

1.  Oregon (7)– 295 points

2.  Kansas State (5)– 291 points

3.  Notre Dame– 276 points

4.  Alabama– 257 points

5.  Georgia– 250 points

6.  Florida State– 224 points

7.  Florida– 217 points

8.  LSU– 195 points

9.  Clemson– 194 points

10.  Ohio State- 193 points

11.  Texas A & M– 183 points

12.  South Carolina– 167 points

13.  Oklahoma– 156 points

14.  Stanford– 147 points

15.  Nebraska– 111 points

16.  Louisville– 108 points

17.  Oregon State– 90 points

18.  Texas– 89 points

19.  Louisiana Tech– 88 points

20.  UCLA– 87 points

21.  Rutgers– 57 points

22.  Southern California– 48 points

23.  Northern Illinois– 33 points

24.  Michigan– 29 points

25.  Boise State– 27 points

Others Receiving Votes: Kent State 26, Texas Tech 22, Arizona, 12, Oklahoma State 9, Mississippi State 8, Wisconsin 6, Vanderbilt 3, Cincinnati 2

Dropped Out: Mississippi State 21, Toledo 22

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Louisville (16), Northern Illinois (23).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Texas A & M (11), UCLA (20), Southern California (22), Michigan (24), Washington (NR), Oklahoma State (NR), Texas Tech (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 4 Major Polls (BCS, AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Notre Dame (3).

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