National Football Foundation Super 16 Week 4 Rankings

National Football Foundation Super 16 Week 4 Rankings

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National Football Foundation Super 16 Week 4 Rankings

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Where do all the top teams rank in the 2019 FFWA National Football Foundation Super 16 Week 4 rankings? 


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FWAA-NFF Super 16 Week 4 Rankings

All the rankings: CFN, AP, Coaches Poll

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

1. Clemson (4-0) 718 33 1
2. Alabama (4-0) 687 9 2
3. Georgia (4-0) 617 1 3
4. LSU (4-0) 610 3 4
5. Ohio State (4-0) 549 6
6. Oklahoma (3-0) 531 5
7. Auburn (4-0) 444 8
8. Wisconsin (3-0) 396 13
9. Florida (4-0) 325 11
10. Texas (3-1) 305 9
11. Notre Dame (2-1) 289 7
12. Oregon (3-1) 224 16
13. Penn State (3-0) 215 14
14. Iowa (3-0) 85 N/A
15. California (4-0) 72 N/A
16. Boise State (4-0) 55 N/A

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Washington (48), Utah (21), Washington State (17), Texas A&M (15), USC (10), Michigan (9), Virginia (5), UCF (3), Kansas State (3), Wake Forest (1), Army West Point (1) and UAB (1)

Pete Fiutak’s Ballot
1. Alabama
2. Clemson
3. LSU
4. Ohio State
5. Georgia
6. Wisconsin
7. Oklahoma
8. Auburn
9. Oregon
10. Florida
11. Notre Dame
12. Penn State
13. Texas
14. Iowa
15. California
16. Washington

The FWAA Super 16 Poll Voters

MARK ANDERSON
Las Vegas Review-Journal

NICOLE AUERBACH
The Athletic

NICOLE AUERBACH
The All-American

ZACH BARNETT
FootballScoop.com

TONY BARNHART
SEC Network

BRETT BEAIRD
WYTK Radio

TOM BECK
2004 Hall of Fame Class

RYAN BLACK
Manhattan Mercury

MARK BLAUDSCHUN
TMG College Sports

CHIP BROWN
Horns247, 1300 The Zone

DAVE CONGROVE
CollegeFootballPoll.com

GENE DUFFEY
Freelance

CHRIS DUFRESNE
TMG College Sports

JON FINKEL
Author, Life of Dad Show

BRYAN FISCHER
NBC Sports/College Football Talk

PETE FIUTAK
CollegeFootballNews.com

MIKE GRIFFITH
AJC Dawg Nation

DAN HARRALSON
Vols Wire/USA Today

STEVE HELWAGEN
Bucknuts Media Network

RON HIGGINS
LSU.Rivals.com

BOB HOLT
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

JOHN HOOVER
KRXO Radio (OK)

BRETT HUDSON
Matt Wyatt Media (MS)

ADAM HUNSUCKER
Monroe News-Star (LA)

JOHNNIE JOHNSON
2007 Hall of Fame Class

CODY KELLNER
Cody Kellner Points Index

KELLY LYELL
Fort Collins Coloradoan

RUDY MARTZKE
USA Today (Retired)

KEVIN McGUIRE
NBC Sports College Football Talk

DON McPHERSON
2008 Hall of Fame Class

RANDY PETERSON
Des Moines Register

MATT ROBERSON
Jonesboro Sun (AR)

BILL ROYCE
2016 Hall of Fame Class

BARRETT SALLEE
CBSSports.com/SiriusXM

MIKE’L SEVERE
1620 The Zone (NE)

DAN SILEO
Sports Radio Host (San Diego)

AUDREY SNYDER
The Athletic

PHIL STEELE
ESPN/Phil Steele Publications

PATRICK STEVENS
The Athletic Baltimore

DAVID TEEL
Newport News Daily Press

MEL TJEERDSMA
2018 Hall of Fame Class

JOHN WAGNER
Toledo Blade (Retired)

WESLEY WALLS
2014-Hall of Fame Class

DICK WEISS
Blue Star Media

REGGIE WILLIAMS
2007-Hall of Fame Class

SCOTT WOERNER
2016-Hall of Fame Class

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