2014 Final CFRA Poll

Thanks to all the CFRA voters and followers who make this poll possible.  We had another great season with a very interesting final set of rankings.  One unique aspect of this poll is that we have a tie at # 2 between Oregon and TCU.  This is also one of the few national polls where Ohio State failed to be unanimously selected as champion.  Overall, this is Ohio State’s fourth CFRA national championship, as the Buckeyes take home the 145th annual edition of this award.

1.  Ohio State (10)– 274 points

2.  TCU (1)– 257 points

2.  Oregon– 257 points

4.  Alabama– 241 points

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5.  Florida State– 229 points

6.  Michigan State– 225 points

7.  Baylor– 196 points

8.  Georgia– 184 points

9.  Georgia Tech– 179 points

10. UCLA– 167 points

11. Clemson– 148 points

12. Arizona State– 143 points

13. Mississippi State– 136 points

14. Missouri– 124 points

15. Wisconsin– 117 points

16. Boise State– 111 points

17. Arizona– 102 points

18. Kansas State– 89 points

19. Marshall– 76 points

20. Ole Miss– 73 points

20. Southern California– 73 points

22. Utah– 51 points

23. Louisville– 33 points

24. Auburn– 31 points

25. Duke– 11 points

Others Receiving Votes: Nebraska 10, Stanford 8, Notre Dame 7, Texas A & M 7, Memphis 7, South Carolina 3, Oklahoma 3, Florida 2, Minnesota 1

Dropped Out: Colorado State 23, LSU 24, Nebraska 25

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: TCU (2), Georgia (8), Clemson (11), Marshall (19), Louisville (23), Duke (25).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Michigan State (6), Georgia Tech (9), Mississippi State (13), Wisconsin (15), Ole Miss (20), Utah (22), Auburn (24), Memphis (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Ohio State (1), Oregon (2), Alabama (4), UCLA (10), Boise State (16), Kansas State (18).

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