FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll: Georgia Leads Stable Top 7

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The Football Writers Association of America/National Football Foundation Super 16 Poll found Georgia at the top, along with each of last week’s Top 7 teams remaining in the Top 7. But there was a change in the order.

Georgia remained No. 1 for the third straight week, while the Bearcats dropped to No. 3 from No. 2.

The only other movement in the Top 7 was Alabama and Oklahoma. The Crimson Tide slid up from No. 4 to No. 2, and Oklahoma slid down from No. 2 to No. 4, after the Sooners struggled to beat Kansas on Saturday.

Ohio State remained No. 5, Michigan remained No. 6 and Michigan State remained No. 7. Michigan and Michigan State play each other on Saturday.  

The rest of the Top 16 includes No. 8 Oregon, No. 9 Ole Miss, No. 10 Iowa, No. 11 Notre Dame, No. 12 Wake Forest, No. 13 Kentucky, No. 14 Oklahoma State, No. 15 Texas A&M and No. 16 Pittsburgh.

Also receiving votes were Penn State (41), Baylor (35), SMU (26), Auburn (18), Iowa State (14), San Diego State (14), Central Michigan (10), Arizona State (6), UTSA (4), Arkansas (3), NC State (1).

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