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FFWA-National Football Foundation Super 16 Week 9 Rankings


The Football Writers Association of America and the National Football Foundation released their 2016 Week 9 Super 16 poll.


FWAA-NFF Super 16 Week 9 Rankings

The National Football Foundation and Football Writers Association of America came out with their Week 9 Super 16 poll ranking the top 16 teams.

Points, followed by first place votes, followed by last week’s ranking.

1. Alabama (8-0) 719 44 1
2. Michigan (8-0) 651 1 2
3. Clemson (8-0) 641 — 3
4. Washington (8-0) 599 — 4
5. Louisville (7-1) 519 — 5
6. Ohio State (7-1) 485 — 6
7. Texas A&M (7-1) 462 — 8
8. Wisconsin (6-2) 390 — 10
9. Florida (6-1) 302 — 13
10. Nebraska (7-1) 275 — 7
11. Auburn (6-2) 266 — 16
12. Oklahoma (6-2) 163 — N/A
13. Baylor (6-1) 118 — 9
14. LSU (5-2) 83 — N/A
15. West Virginia (6-1) 79 — 11
16. Utah (7-2) 78 — 15

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Florida State (56), Penn State (52), Western Michigan (45), Oklahoma State (44), Virginia Tech (28), Boise State (24), North Carolina (19), Ohio (5), Washington State (4), Colorado (4), Wyoming (3), Tennessee (2), Southern California (2), Navy (1), Kentucky (1)

Pete Fiutak’s Ballot
1. Alabama
2. Michigan
3. Clemson
4. Washington
5. Texas A&M
6. Ohio State
7. Wisconsin
8. Auburn
9. LSU
10. Louisville
11. Virginia Tech
12. North Carolina
13. Florida State
14. Florida
15. Oklahoma

The FWAA Super 16 Poll Voters 

Mark Anderson
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Lee Barfknecht
Omaha World-Herald

Zach Barnett
FootballScoop.com

Tony Barnhart
GridironNow.com

Mark Blaudschun
TMG Sports

Gil Brandt
NFL.com

Aaron Brenner
Charleston Post & Courier

Brian Davis
Austin American-Statesman

Jon Finkel
FootballMatters.org

Bryan Fischer
Freelance

Pete Fiutak
CollegeFootballNews.com

Tommie Frazier
2013 College Football Hall of Famer

Teddy Greenstein
Chicago Tribune

Andrew Greif
The Oregonian

Mike Griffith
MLive.com

Tim Griffith
San Antonio Express-News

Wally Hall
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Dan Harralson
Saturday Down South

Tommy Hicks
Freelance

Ron Higgins
NoLa.com/The Times Picayune

Johnnie Johnson
2007 College Football Hall of Famer

Dave Jones
PA Media Group

Ryan Kartje
Orange County Register

Blair Kerkhoff
Kansas City Star

Rachel Lenzi
Land of 10

Stefanie Loh
Seattle Times

Kelly Lyell
Fort Collins Coloradoan

Marty Lyons
2011 College Football Hall of Famer

Kevin McGuire
NBC Sports College Football Talk

Don McPherson
2008 College Football Hall of Famer

Chet Moeller
2010 College Football Hall of Famer

Matthew Murschel
Orlando Sentinel

Michael Payton
2015 College Football Hall of Famer

Randy Peterson
Des Moines Register

Matt Porter
The Palm Beach Post

Dan Sileo
Mighty 1090 Radio

R.C. Slocum
2012 College Football Hall of Famer

Jon Solomon
CBSSports.com

Phil Steele
Phil Steele Publications

Patrick Stevens
D1scourse.com

David Teel
Newport News Daily Press

John Wagner
Toledo Blade

Graham Watson
Yahoo! Sports

Dick Weiss
Blue Star Media

Reggie Williams
2007 College Football Hall of Famer