The Super 16 features the same teams, including 4 SEC squads, after Week 7. Georgia, Alabama, Ole Miss and Kentucky are featured in the latest weekly poll put out by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and the National Football Foundation (NFF).

Georgia remains at No. 1. Alabama and Ole Miss each moved up a spot after wins on Saturday. Kentucky dropped to No. 14 after losing to Georgia.

The Big Ten leads all conferences with 5 teams, followed by the SEC with 4 and the Big 12 with 2 teams. The American, ACC, Independents, Pac-12 and Sun Belt conferences each have one team ranked.

1.Georgia (7-0)832521
2.Cincinnati (6-0)7343
3.Oklahoma (7-0)7184
4.Alabama (6-1)6865
5.Ohio State (5-1)5936
6.Michigan (6-0)5397
7.Michigan State (7-0)43510
8.Oklahoma State (6-0)42312
9.Penn State (5-1)4208
10.Oregon (5-1)38011
11.Iowa (6-1)3712
12.Ole Miss (5-1)22913
13.Notre Dame (5-1)18414
14.Kentucky (6-1)1589
15.Coastal Carolina (6-0)11715
16.Wake Forest (6-0)10316

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Texas A&M (48), Pittsburgh (25), NC State (19), Baylor (18), Auburn (17), SMU (10), Arizona State (4), San Diego State (4), Florida (2), Purdue (1), Arkansas (1), Clemson (1).

The FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll was established at the conclusion of the 2013 season. Voters rank the top 16 teams in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, and the results are released on Sundays during the college football season. The pollsters consist of FWAA writers and College Football Hall of Famers. The FWAA-NFF boasts a “balanced-geographical perspective” for the Super 16.