Week 12 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

The upsets of Oregon and Kansas State have given us a new CFRA # 1 and # 2.  Notre Dame now claims the top spot followed by Alabama.   There are no one major breaks in this week’s poll, but there is one tie at # 23 between Kent State and Oklahoma State.

1.  Notre Dame (9)– 249 points

2.  Alabama (1)– 234 points

3.  Ohio State– 219 points

4.  Georgia– 218 points

5.  Oregon– 206 points

6.  Florida– 194 points

7.  Florida State– 190 points

8.  Kansas State– 184 points

9.  Clemson– 169 points

10.  LSU- 154 points

11.  Texas A & M– 147 points

12.  Stanford– 144 points

13.  South Carolina– 129 points

14.  Oklahoma– 123 points

15.  Nebraska– 96 points

16.  Oregon State– 87 points

17.  UCLA– 86 points

18.  Louisville– 84 points

19.  Texas– 76 points

20.  Rutgers– 59 points

21.  Michigan– 35 points

22.  Northern Illinois– 34 points

23.  Kent State– 29 points

24.  Oklahoma State– 29 points

25.  Boise State– 23 points

Others Receiving Votes: Mississippi State 18, Utah State 15, Arizona 8, Vanderbilt 4, Washington 4, Tulsa 2, Louisiana Tech 1

Dropped Out: Louisiana Tech 19, Southern California 22

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Northern Illinois (22).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Georgia (4), LSU (10), Texas A & M (11), Stanford (12), Texas (19), Michigan (21), Oklahoma State (24), Washington (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 4 Major Polls (BCS, AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Notre Dame (1), Alabama (2).

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