2016 Final CFRA Poll

First of all, I want to thank all of the CFRA voters and followers who make this poll possible.  We could not do it without your enthusiasm and support for this great game.  As expected, Clemson was unanimously selected as the CFRA national champion for the 2016 season marking the second time they have claimed this honor and the 147th overall national champion selected by the College Football Researchers Association.  Here is this year’s complete final poll.

1.  Clemson (11)– 275 points

2.  Alabama– 264 points

3.  Oklahoma– 230 points

4.  Southern Califnornia– 225 points

5.  Washington– 223 points

6.  Ohio State- 216 points

7.  Penn State– 212 points

8.  Florida State– 210 points

9.  Michigan– 181 points

10. Wisconsin– 179 points

11. Western Michigan– 148 points

12. Oklahoma State– 146 points

13. Stanford– 120 points

14. Florida– 104 points

15. LSU– 103 points

16. Colorado– 100 points

17. Virginia Tech– 92 points

18. Louisville– 69 points

19. Miami (FL)– 68 points

20. South Florida– 55 points

21. Utah– 45 points

22. West Virginia– 43 points

23. Tennessee– 42 points

24. Auburn– 37 points

25. Western Kentucky– 33 points

Others Receiving Votes: Baylor 24, San Diego State 21, Kansas State 21, Pittsburgh 19, Georgia 14, NC State 8, Texas A & M 7, Georgia Tech 6, Memphis 6, Houston 6, Mississippi State 6, Nebraska 5, Navy 4, Iowa 2, Army 2, Minnesota 2, Wyoming 1, Wake Forest 1

Dropped Out: Temple 20, Pittsburgh 22, Houston 23, Nebraska 25

Teams Ranked Higher in CFRA than Final AP and Coaches Polls: Michigan (9), Western Michigan (11), Louisville (18), Miami-FL (19), Western Kentucky (25).

Teams Ranked Lower in CFRA than Final AP and Coaches Polls: Washington (5), Wisconsin (10), Oklahoma State (12), Stanford (13), LSU (15), Virginia Tech (17), South Florida (20), West Virginia (22), San Diego State (NR).

Teams Ranked Exactly the Same in All 4 Major Human Polls (AP, Playoff, CFRA, and Coaches): Clemson (1), Alabama (2), Ohio State (6), Penn State (7), Florida State (8).

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