2015 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.  This is one of the few national polls where Alabama failed to be unanimously selected as champion.  Overall, this is Alabama’s fourth CFRA national championship, as the Crimson Tide take home the 146thannual edition of this award.

1.  Alabama (8)– 224 points

2.  Clemson– 215 points

3.  Ohio State– 199 points

4.  Stanford– 196 points

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5.  Oklahoma– 186 points

6.  Michigan State- 181 points

7.  Houston (1)– 162 points

8.  TCU– 160 points

9.  Iowa– 138 points

10. Ole Miss– 137 points

11. Baylor– 112 points

12. Florida State– 108 points

13. Notre Dame– 106 points

14. Navy– 95 points

15. Michigan– 91 points

16. North Carolina– 88 points

17. Utah– 81 points

18. Oregon– 64 points

19. LSU– 61 points

20. Western Kentucky– 49 points

20. Oklahoma State– 49 points

22. Toledo– 32 points

23. Mississippi State– 31 points

23. Wisconsin– 31 points

25. Georgia– 29 points

Others Receiving Votes: Tennessee 26, Washington State 25, Northwestern 24, Florida 10, Boise State 6, Arkansas 5, Louisville 2, Appalachian State 1, North Dakota State 1

Dropped Out: Northwestern 13, Florida 18, Temple 24

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Ohio State (3), Houston (7), Baylor (11), Florida State (12), Navy (14), Oregon (18), Western Kentucky (20), Toledo (22), Mississippi State (23).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than AP and Coaches Polls: Stanford (4), TCU (8), Notre Dame (13), Michigan (15), North Carolina (16), LSU (19), Wisconsin (23).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 3 Major Human Polls (AP, CFRA, and Coaches): Alabama (1), Clemson (2), Oklahoma (5), Michigan State (6).

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