Week 14 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

There is no change at the top of the Week 13 CFRA poll, as Notre Dame and Alabama continue to occupy the top two spots.  There is one tie in this week’s poll and it occurs at # 23 between two of this year’s biggest surprise teams, Kent State and Vanderbilt.  This marks the second straight week the Golden Flashes have been involved in a CFRA tie (see last week’s entry below).

1.  Notre Dame (9)– 249 points

2.  Alabama (1)– 235 points

3.  Oregon– 215 points

4.  Florida– 205 points

5.  Kansas State– 203 points

6.  Ohio State– 201 points

7.  Georgia– 193 points

8.  Stanford– 179 points

9.  LSU– 169 points

10.  Texas A & M 163 points

11.  South Carolina– 152 points

12.  Oklahoma– 151 points

13.  Florida State– 134 points

14.  Clemson– 112 points

15.  Northern Illinois– 111 points

16.  Oregon State– 96 points

17.  Utah State– 79 points

18.  Boise State– 64 points

19.  Louisvile– 62 points

20.  UCLA– 57 points

21.  Northwestern– 38 points

22.  Nebraska– 35 points

23.  Kent State– 28 points

23.  Vanderbilt– 28 points

25.  Michigan– 22 points

Others Receiving Votes: San Jose State 15, Oklahoma State 11, Wisconsin 9, Texas 8, Fresno State 6, Baylor 5, Penn State 4, Rutgers 3, TCU 3, North Carolina 2, Tulsa 2, Cincinnati 1

Dropped Out: Texas 22, Oklahoma State 23

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Utah State (17), Kent State (23), Vanderbilt (23).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than Other 3 Major Polls (BCS, AP, and Coaches Polls): Oregon State (16), UCLA (20), Michigan (25), San Jose State (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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