This week, our poll includes both Baylor AND Syracuse, but not a single team from Florida. I swear this is not a basketball poll.
The California Golden Blogs Ballot - Week 10
|3||Boise St. Broncos||--|
|4||TCU Horned Frogs||--|
|6||Alabama Crimson Tide||1|
|14||Ohio St. Buckeyes||-3|
|15||Michigan St. Spartans||-10|
|17||Oklahoma St. Cowboys||5|
|18||South Carolina Gamecocks||1|
|21||Nevada Wolf Pack||4|
|22||Virginia Tech Hokies||--|
|23||Mississippi St. Bulldogs||-2|
|24||N.C. State Wolfpack||--|
|Dropouts: Florida St. Seminoles, USC Trojans, Miami Hurricanes|
SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Top 25 Rankings "
Surprise undefeateds Michigan State and Missouri see reality come crashing down on them, while Nebraska and Iowa move up. Utah finally plays another good team, getting by Air Force to set up their showdown vs. TCU. Justifications after the jump.
Yellow Fever: I didn't bother watching much college football after following some play-by-play of the team's debacling up in Corvallis, so there's that.
ragnarok: I watched part of Oregon @ USC, and that was pretty much it. In fact, even before the Cal game started, I didn't even think about switching from the Rally To Restore Sanity and/or Fear to one of the early games. This year's Cal team has kind of beat the enthusiasm for college football out of me.
Berkelium97: I don't have a whole lot to say about this week's ballot. I wasn't interested in watching much college football after Riley's injury.
Norcalnick: -Auburn and Oregon further solidify their hold on what is clearly the two best resumes in the country, and if they both remain undefeated it would be an excellent matchup worth getting excited about. Anything can happen, but I really don't see a loss on Oregon's remaining schedule. Auburn, however, still seems iffy with Alabama and the SEC title game still left.
-It would be so great if Auburn or Oregon (or both!) could lose one game by the end of the regular season with Boise St. and TCU/Utah remaining undefeated. Mass chaos would ensue and it would be wonderful to watch with no real interest in the mythical national championship participants. I'm resigned to the BCS as a system for the long term, forseeable future, but that doesn't mean I want to see it work out well, because it's still an asanine way of deciding things.