FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll – Week 11
Games played thru November 13th
|-Alabama picked up all 45 first-place votes and has a stranglehold on the top spot in the poll. Michigan, Clemson and Washington, teams 2-4 in the poll last week, all suffered their first losses of the season on Saturday. That allowed once-beaten Ohio State to slide into the No. 2 spot. Louisville moved up to No. 4. Michigan dropped a spot to No. 3 and Clemson fell two slots to No. 5.
-Texas A&M was upset by Ole Miss and fell out of the poll. USC, which upset Washington, and unbeaten Western Michigan are in the Super 16 poll for the first time this season.
-The Big Ten and Pac-12 each have four teams in the poll, followed by the Big 12 and SEC with three each, the ACC with two and the Mid-American with one. Colorado and Utah are tied at No. 11, and Auburn, which lost to Georgia, tied Western Michigan for No. 16. There are actually 17 teams in the poll this week.
KEY GAMES THIS WEEK: Chattanooga at No. 1 Alabama; No. 2 Ohio State at Michigan State; Indiana at No. 3 Michigan; No. 4 Louisville at Houston (Thursday); No. 5 Clemson at Wake Forest; No. 6 Wisconsin at Purdue; Arizona State at No. 7 Washington; No. 8 Penn State at Rutgers; No. 9 Oklahoma at No.10 West Virginia; Washington State at No. 11 Colorado; Oregon at No. 11 Utah; No. 13 Oklahoma State at TCU; No. 14 USC at UCLA; South Alabama at No. 15 LSU; Buffalo at No. 16 Western Michigan; Alabama A&M at No. 16 Auburn.