FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll: Ohio State Leaps to No. 2

The Football Writers Association of America/National Football Foundation Super 16 Poll kept Georgia at No. 1, but they made a change at No. 2, as Ohio State leaped past Alabama.  

Georgia has been No. 1 for more than a month, and the Bulldogs were a unanimous No. 1 once again, gathering all 52 first-place votes.

But, after Ohio State completely blew out Michigan State, the voters decided to vault the Buckeyes to No. 2, as they received 755 points to Alabama’s 723.

The rest of the Top 5 included No. 3 Alabama, No. 4 Cincinnati and No. 5 Michigan.

Georgia and Alabama will play each other in the SEC Championship Game in two weeks. Michigan and Ohio State play each other next Saturday.

The rest of the Top 16 includes No. 6 Notre Dame, No. 7 Oklahoma State, No. 8 Ole MIss, No. 9 Oklahoma, No. 10 Baylor, No. 11 Oregon, No. 12 Michigan State, No. 13 BYU, No. 14 Texas A&M, No. 15 UTSA and No. 16 Wisconsin.

Also receiving votes were Utah (78), Iowa (67), Pittsburgh (64), Houston (36), Wake Forest (13), San Diego State (12), Louisiana (5), NC State (4), Arkansas (4), Clemson (4), Mississippi State (3), Coastal Carolina (1).

The College Football America 2021 Yearbook  features more than 900 college football teams from the United States and Canada in more than 250 striking, full-color pages. That includes every team from the NCAA (FBS, FCS, Division II and Division III), NAIA, NJCAA, CCCAA and U Sports (Canada). It also includes updates on club football, one-year postgraduate prep/sports academies and Mexican college football, along with dozens of action shots and stadium photos taken by the CFA staff.

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