Week 9 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

1.  Ohio State (6)– 265 points

2.  TCU (2)– 254 points

3.  Baylor (1)– 247 points

4.  Clemson (2)– 245 points

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5.  LSU– 235 points

6.  Michigan State- 232 points

7.  Alabama– 186 points

8.  Iowa– 180 points

9.  Oklahoma State– 179 points

10. Stanford– 160 points

10. Notre Dame– 160 points

12. Florida– 152 points

13. Memphis– 141 points

14. Houston– 123 points

15. Utah– 119 points

16. Oklahoma– 105 points

17. Florida State– 99 points

18. Michigan– 89 points

19. Toledo– 88 points

20. Ole Miss– 62 points

21. UCLA– 51 points

22. North Carolina– 48 points

23. Temple– 42 points

24. Northwestern– 21 points

25. Mississippi State– 15 points

Others Receiving Votes: Brigham Young 10, Western Kentucky 10, Texas A & M 9, Navy 8, Wisconsin 8, Pittsburgh 8, Boise State 7, Marshall 6, Appalachian State 4, Duke 4, Southern California 3

Dropped Out: Duke 21, Pittsburgh 24

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: TCU (2), Iowa (8), Oklahoma State (9), Memphis (13), Houston (14), Toledo (19), UCLA (21), Northwestern (24).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Baylor (3), LSU (5), Stanford (10), Notre Dame (10), Utah (15), Oklahoma (16), Michigan (18), Ole Miss (20), North Carolina (22), Texas A & M (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Ohio State (1), Michigan State (6), Alabama (7), Temple (23).

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