2015 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Preseason Poll

College football is back, and so is the College Football Researchers Association top 25 poll! We are now entering the sixth season of the new CFRA poll, and here is this year’s preseason poll.

1.  Ohio State (7)– 247 points

2.  TCU (3)– 241 points

3.  Alabama– 219 points

4.  Baylor– 200 points

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5.  Michigan State– 186 points

6.  Oregon- 183 points

7.  Georgia– 175 points

7.  Auburn– 175 points

9.  Florida State– 160 points

10. Clemson– 143 points

11. LSU– 136 points

12. Southern California– 124 points

13. Notre Dame– 122 points

14. UCLA– 113 points

15. Oklahoma– 103 points

16. Ole Miss– 92 points

17. Stanford– 87 points

17. Georgia Tech– 87 points

19. Arizona State– 80 points

20. Wisconsin– 51 points

21. Missouri– 46 points

22. Arkansas– 45 points

23. Boise State– 41 points

24. Mississippi State– 30 points

25. Arizona– 23 points

Others Receiving Votes: Tennessee 21, Texas A & M 17, Louisville 14, Penn State 14, South Carolina 12, Kansas State 11, Georgia Southern 10, Virginia Tech 10, Utah State 6, Memphis 6, Northern Illinois 5, Nebraska 3, Duke 2, Marshall 2, NC State 2, Western Michigan 2, Florida 2, Western Kentucky 1, Texas 1

Dropped Out: N/A

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Georgia (7), Clemson (10), LSU (11), Oklahoma (15), Stanford (17), Missouri (21), Mississippi State (24).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Southern Cal (12), Notre Dame (13), Arizona State (19), Arkansas (22), Arizona (25), Tennessee (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Ohio State (1), TCU (2), Alabama (3), Baylor (4).

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