Sorry for the delay folks. But without further ado:
|2.||Southern California (2)||1|
Others receiving votes:
Oregon, Iowa, Missouri, Michigan State, Kansas, Navy, Tennessee, Texas Tech, Arizona, Kentucky, Michigan, Duke, UCLA, Stanford
Dropped out this week:
Biggest Difference from AP Poll:
Flordia St +10, Kansas -6, OSU +5, Cal +4, Miami (FL) -4
It's generally sane other than the weirdness with FSU and Miami (FL). I blame myself for this because I opened voting before the game was played. Besides that and the lack of love for Mizzou and Kansas it looks pretty vannila.
The Biggest Homer Award goes to...
... CruzinBears, and Missing Barry, all of whom voted for Cal as #1!
This award was presented to the user(s) who loved Cal the most out of everyone who voted this week
2 less than pre-season despite our beatdown of the Terps!
The OMG Cal Sux Award goes to...
... Rated-R Superstar who voted for Cal as #12!
This award was presented to the user(s) who held a glass half-empty look at Cal
This is still pretty optimistic for Cal fans...
The Five Most Confusing Teams Were...
- Florida State
- Notre Dame
- Oregon State
Most people had the most trouble figuring out where these five teams belonged. This list is limited to teams that are in the top-25 only.
Well FSU's problem was explained above. Notre Dame and OSU are always confusing.
The Five Least Confusing Teams Were...
- Southern California
- Penn State
Most people were generally on the same page when it came to these teams. This list is limited to teams that are in the top-25 only otherwise all the crappy teams would top this list.
Naturally the top 5.
The Five Most Divergent Voters Were...
This avard was given to the five voters whose poll differed most from the overall Top 25.
Missing Barry isn't here! Really the only weird votes are CruizinBears' votes for Arizona and UCLA, granted it was for #23 and #25 respectively.
The Five Least Divergent Voters Were...
- Rated-R Superstar
- Davis Bear
This avard was given to the five voters whose poll differed the least from the overall Top 25.