2012 Final CFRA Poll

The College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) would like to announce that it has elected the University of Alabama as its 2012 college football national champion.  We would like to congratulate the Tide for their amazing season which earned them their eleventh CFRA national championship.  There was one tie in this year’s final poll, and it occurs at # 22 between two former conference rivals, Nebraska and Oklahoma State.

1.  Alabama (10)– 298 points

2.  Oregon (1)– 278 points

3.  Notre Dame– 268 points

4.  Georgia– 245 points

5.  Texas A & M– 240 points

6.  Stanford– 234 points

7.  Ohio State (1)– 221 points

8.  South Carolina– 209 points

9.  Florida– 204 points

10.  Kansas State 194 points

11.  Florida State– 190 points

12.  Clemson– 179 points

13.  LSU– 152 points

14.  Louisville– 142 points

15.  Oklahoma– 115 points

16.  Utah State– 99 points

17.  Boise State– 90 points

18.  Northwestern– 89 points

19.  Texas– 70 points

20.  Vanderbilt– 64 points

21.  Northern Illinois– 51 points

22.  Oklahoma State– 39 points

22.  Nebraska– 39 points

24.  San Jose State– 38 points

25.  Cincinnati– 35 points

Others Receiving Votes: Baylor 32, Michigan 27, Oregon State 26, Tulsa 15, Rutgers 8, Syracuse 5, Penn State 2, Arkansas State 1, Wisconsin 1

Dropped Out: UCLA 20, Kent State 23, Michigan 25

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Kansas State (10), Northern Illinois (21), Oklahoma State (22), Nebraska (22).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Florida State (11), Clemson (12), Louisville (14), Northwestern (18), San Jose State (24), Michigan (NR), Oregon State (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Alabama (1), Oregon (2), Texas A & M (5), Oklahoma (15).

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