Week 11 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

1.  Florida State (8)– 248 points

2.  Mississippi State (2)– 242 points

3.  Alabama– 223 points

4.  TCU– 206 points

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5.  Oregon– 195 points

6.  Ohio State– 187 points

6.  Baylor– 187 points

8.  Arizona State– 178 points

9.  Auburn– 161 points

10. Ole Miss– 145 points

11. Marshall– 144 points

12. Georgia– 129 points

13. Nebraska– 125 points

14. Michigan State– 114 points

15. UCLA– 98 points

16. Kansas State– 96 points

17. Duke– 87 points

18. Notre Dame– 85 points

19. Clemson– 79 points

20. Arizona– 70 points

21. Wisconsin– 43 points

22. Georgia Tech– 34 points

23. LSU– 32 points

24. Colorado State– 28 points

25. Missouri– 22 points

Others Receiving Votes: East Carolina 21, Minnesota 18, Oklahoma 17, Louisville 16, Stanford 6, Utah 5, Texas A & M 4, Florida 2, Southern California 2, Miami-FL 1

Dropped Out: Oklahoma 17, Utah 23

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Florida State (1), TCU (4), Ohio State (6), Marshall (11), Georgia (12), Duke (17), Wisconsin (21), Georgia Tech (22), Missouri (25).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Mississippi State (2), Oregon (5), Nebraska (13), Michigan State (14), Kansas State (16), Notre Dame (18), Clemson (19), Arizona (20), LSU (23).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Baylor (6), Auburn (9), Ole Miss (10).

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