Week 6 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

No change to the top 12 in this week’s CFRA poll, and the exact same 25 teams are ranked in this poll as both the Coaches and AP rankings.

1.  Alabama (9)– 273 points

2.  Oregon (1)- 257 points

3.  Ohio State (1)– 254 points

4.  Clemson– 237 points

5.  Stanford– 231 points

6.  Florida State– 220 points

7.  Louisville– 198 points

8.  Georgia- 183 points

9.  Oklahoma– 178 points

10.  Texas A & M– 159 points

11.  LSU– 154 points

12.  Miami (FL)– 147 points

13.  UCLA– 141 points

14.  Baylor– 125 points

15.  South Carolina– 121 points

16.  Michigan– 111 points

17.  Florida– 87 points

18.  Texas Tech– 86 points

19.  Washington– 66 points

20.  Fresno State– 57 points

21.  Northwestern– 51 points

22.  Oklahoma State– 47 points

23.  Missouri– 43 points

24.  Virginia Tech– 28 points

24.  Northern Illinois– 28 points

Others Receiving Votes:  Houston 18, Auburn 18, Wisconsin 16, Notre Dame 13, UCF 10, Arizona 6, Nebraska 6, Oregon State 2, Arizona State 1

Dropped Out:  Ole Miss 21, Maryland 22

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls:  Louisville (7), Oklahoma (9), Miami-FL (12), Baylor (14), Texas Tech (18), Fresno State (20), Missouri (23).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls:  Georgia (8), Texas A & M (10), South Carolina (15), Northwestern (21), Northern Illinois (24).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches):  Alabama (1), Oregon (2), Stanford (5), Florida State (6), Florida (17).

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