Week 1 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

College football season is now underway, and the College Football Researchers Association Top 25 is the first major poll to be published following the week 1 slate of games. Alabama once again stands atop the poll gathering all but two first-place votes. However, there are several other shakeups near the top of these rankings. First of all, there is a new # 2, as Oregon jumps Ohio State despite receiving 24 less points than the Buckeyes in the preseason poll. Secondly, there is now a tie at # 3 between Clemson and Ohio State. The other tie in this week’s poll is between UCLA and Northwestern at the 19 spot. There is also a massive 54-point break in this week’s poll occurring between Texas (# 17) and Wisconsin (# 18). Here are this week’s rankings:

1. Alabama (10)– 321 points

2. Oregon– 290 points

3. Clemson– 280 points

3. Ohio State (1)– 280 points

5. South Carolina– 274 points

6. Stanford– 264 points

7. Louisville (1)– 244 points

8. Texas A & M– 231 points

9. LSU– 205 points

10. Florida State– 196 points

11. Florida– 195 points

12. Oklahoma State– 171 points

13. Michigan– 165 points

14. Georgia– 60 points

15. Oklahoma– 153 points

16. Notre Dame– 128 points

17. Texas– 125 points

18. Wisconsin– 71 points

19. UCLA– 68 points

19. Northwestern– 68 points

21. Washington– 63 points

22. Southern California– 60 points

23. Nebraska– 55 points

24. Miami (FL)– 35 points

25. TCU– 24 points

 

Others Receiving Votes: Arizona State 20, Baylor 20, Ole Miss 15, Fresno State 9, Cincinnati 7, UCF 7, Texas Tech 6, Oregon State 6, Georgia Tech 3, Michigan State 3, Northern Illinois 2, Arizona 1

Dropped Out: Boise State 20, Oregon State 23

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