Week 12 College Football Researchers Association (CFRA) Poll

For the first time since the final 2013 poll, the CFRA has elected a unanimous # 1 team in the country.  All ten first-place votes this week went to the unbeaten Clemson Tigers.  Another interesting aspect of this poll is that Stanford and Michigan tied for the # 12 spot, just like they did in this week’s Coaches Poll.

1.  Clemson (10)– 250 points

2.  Alabama– 232 points

3.  Iowa– 221 points

4.  Notre Dame– 215 points

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5.  Michigan State– 202 points

6.  Oklahoma- 201 points

7.  Baylor– 190 points

8.  Florida– 173 points

9.  Oklahoma State– 168 points

10. Ohio State– 167 points

11. North Carolina– 139 points

12. Michigan– 125 points

12. Stanford– 125 points

14. Florida State– 110 points

15. Navy– 105 points

16. TCU– 96 points

17. Northwestern– 92 points

18. Ole Miss– 61 points

19. Houston– 53 points

20. Oregon– 52 points

21. Toledo– 41 points

22. UCLA– 37 points

23. Washington State– 36 points

24. Utah– 30 points

25. Temple– 28 points

Others Receiving Votes: LSU 23, Western Kentucky 19, Pittsburgh 14, Mississippi State 12, Texas A & M 8, Memphis 7, Georgia 5, Northern Illinois 4, Wisconsin 3, Brigham Young 2, Air Force 2, South Florida 1, Arkansas 1

Dropped Out: LSU 16, Wisconsin 21, Memphis 23

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Michigan State (5), Florida (8), Ole Miss (18), Houston (19), Toledo (21), Utah (24).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Oklahoma (6), Ohio State (10), Oregon (20), Washington State (23), Mississippi State (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Clemson (1), Alabama (2), Iowa (3), Notre Dame (4), Baylor (7), North Carolina (11), Michigan (12), Florida State (14), Northwestern (17).

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