Week 2 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

There is no change at the top of the CFRA, as Alabama and Oregon retain the top two spots in this week’s poll.  Clemson, however, has managed to move ahead of Ohio State for the # 3 spot and Stanford moved up to take # 5 following South Carolina’s disappointing loss to Georgia.  There is also one major break of 25 or more points in this week’s poll, and it occurs between Oklahoma and Miami at 14 and 15.  Moreover, there appears to be a unanimous top 25 at this point in the season, as the exact same 25 teams are ranked in all three major human polls (AP, Coaches, and CFRA).

1.  Alabama (10)- 297 points

2.  Oregon– 276 points

3.  Clemson (1)- 263 points

4.  Ohio State (1)- 262 points

5.  Stanford– 247 points

6.  Louisville– 231 points

7.  Texas A & M– 223 points

8.  LSU– 210 points

9.  Florida State– 203 points

10.  Michigan– 188 points

11.  Georgia– 183 points

12.  Oklahoma State– 175 points

13.  South Carolina– 153 points

14.  Oklahoma– 142 points

15.  Miami (FL)- 105 points

16.  UCLA– 93 points

17.  Wisconsin– 89 points

18.  Northwestern– 88 points

19.  Washington– 70 points

20.  Nebraska– 67 points

21.  Florida– 66 points

22.  Baylor– 61 points

23.  Ole Miss– 44 points

24.  Notre Dame– 31 points

25.  TCU– 29 points

Others Receiving Votes: Arizona State 21, Fresno State 17, Michigan State 12, UCF 9, Texas Tech 8, Arizona 7, Northern Illinois 6, Bowling Green 6, Georgia Tech 5, Brigham Young 5, Arkansas 3, Texas 2, Tennessee 1, Houston 1, Utah 1

Dropped Out: Texas 17, Southern California 22

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Louisville (6), Michigan (10), Wisconsin (17), Ole Miss (23).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Texas A & M (7), Georgia (11), Northwestern (18), Florida (21), Notre Dame (24).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Alabama (1), Oregon (2), LSU (8), Baylor (22), TCU (25).

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