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FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll, Week 12: Western Michigan surges

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Following a tumultuous Week 12 of the college football season, the Football Writers Association of America and the National Football Foundation unveiled the updated FWAA-NFF Super 16 poll.

Once again, the Alabama Crimson Tide remain the No. 1 team in the nation and have received every first-place vote for the second straight week.

Florida and Florida State jumped into the poll this week, while the unbeaten Western Michigan Broncos moved to No. 15.

Falling out of the rankings in Week 12 was LSU, Utah and West Virginia.

The Big Ten had four teams in the poll, followed by three teams each from the ACC, Pac-12 and SEC. The Big 12 had two teams and the Mid-American one.

Where does your favorite team stand in the latest Super 16 poll?

The full rankings can be seen below.

Team Points First-Place Votes Last Week
1. Alabama (11-0) 720 45 1
2. Ohio State (10-1) 666 2
3. Michigan (10-1) 614 3
4. Clemson (10-1) 595 5
5. Washington (10-1) 516 7
6. Wisconsin (9-2) 500 6
7. Penn State (9-2) 433 8
8. Oklahoma (9-2) 424 9
9. Colorado (9-2) 301 11
10. Oklahoma State (9-2) 247 13
11. USC (8-3) 244 14
12. Louisville (9-2) 231 4
13. Florida (8-2) 111 N/A
14. Florida State (8-3) 99 N/A
15. Western Michigan (11-0) 95 16
16. Auburn (8-3) 92 16

 

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Nebraska (71), Houston (59), West Virginia (29), Boise State (20), Tennessee (18), Utah (10), Navy (8), LSU (6), Texas A&M (6), Stanford (3), Arkansas (1), North Carolina (1).

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