FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll, Week 4: Alabama remains No. 1, Louisville earns first-place votes

Following Week 4 of college football season, the Football Writers Association of America and the National Football Foundation unveiled the updated FWAA-NFF Super 16 poll.

After another week of action, the top seven teams remain unchanged, while there is only one new addition to the top ten, Wisconsin. Michigan State, who was previously No. 9, fell out of the poll altogether.

In a surprise to no one, the Alabama Crimson Tide remain the No. 1 team in the nation. Alabama remained at the top of the rankings for the fifth straight week, while earning the same amount of first-place votes from a week ago.

Louisville was the only other team to earn a first-place vote.

The ACC, SEC and Big Ten account for three-fourths of the poll with four teams each. The Pac-12 has two and the American and Big 12 one each.

The full poll can be seen below, with first-place votes in parenthesis.

Rank Team Points First-place votes
1. Alabama (4-0) 715 41
2. Ohio State (3-0) 661
3. Louisville (4-0) 601 4
4. Michigan (4-0) 544
5. Clemson (4-0) 534
6. Houston (4-0) 497
7. Stanford (3-0) 441
8. Wisconsin (4-0) 393
9. Texas A&M (4-0) 360
10. Washington (4-0) 333
11. Tennessee (4-0) 294
12. Florida State (3-1) 185
13. Miami (Fla.) (3-0) 120
14. Baylor (4-0) 115
15. Nebraska (4-0) 93
16. Ole Miss (2-2) 67

 

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Utah (51), Michigan State (47), Arizona State (10), Georgia (7), Boise State (6), Texas (6), Auburn (5), San Diego State (5), Arkansas (4), Oklahoma (4), West Virginia (4), Colorado (3), LSU (3), UCLA (3), Iowa (2), Minnesota (2), North Dakota State (2), TCU (2), Florida (1).

 

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