College Football Rankings 2018: FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll, Week 14

FWAA - NFF Super 16 Poll

Football Writer’s Association of America

Championship Weekend of the 2018 college football season is in the books which means the Football Writers Association of America and National Football Foundation have revealed the latest FWAA-NFF Super 16 poll. Alabama capped off the season going wire-to-wire to retain the No. 1 spot in the poll. Finishing out the top three are undefeated teams Clemson and Notre Dame.

The SEC led all conferences with five teams, followed by the Big Ten and Big 12 with three each. The Pac-12 had two teams, with the ACC, American and Independents one each.

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

The full rankings following Week 14 can be seen below.

  1. Alabama (49)
  2. Clemson (2)
  3. Notre Dame
  4. Oklahoma
  5. Georgia
  6. Ohio State
  7. UCF
  8. Michigan
  9. Washington
  10. LSU
  11. Florida
  12. Texas
  13. Penn State
  14. Washington State
  15. West Virginia
  16. Kentucky

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Mississippi State (27), Texas A&M (26), Fresno State (23), Syracuse (19), Utah (18), Missouri (8), Oregon (4), Auburn (3), Northwestern (2), NC State (2), Boise State (1), Miami, Fla (1).

ABOUT THE FWAA-NFF SUPER 16 POLL: The FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll was established at the conclusion of the 2013 season by long-time partners, the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and the National Football Foundation (NFF). Voters rank the top 16 teams in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, and the results will be released every Monday of the 2018 season; the individual votes of all members will also be made public. The first regular season poll will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 4 (to account for Labor Day games), and the final poll will be released Sunday, Dec. 2. The pollsters consist of FWAA writers and College Football Hall of Famers who were selected to create a balanced-geographical perspective. The poll utilizes a program designed by Sports Systems to compile the rankings.