This is not a power poll. I don't attempt to rank teams based on how good I think they are. I only rank teams based on their resume. What have they done? Not how talented are their players or what other polls project them to do, but what have they done? The poll is designed to be dynamic. I try to start from scratch every week.
Notes: Alabama loses by 3 points to the #1 team and falls one spot. Should they drop at all? USC Moving up with a blow out win over Colorado but played Stanford to OT the week before. Boise State dropping closer to Houston. Should they be back above some of the one loss teams? Their Georgia win looks better and better but that is literally all they have. South Carolina drops only one but should they be ranked behind Georgia? They did win head to head so I have them above but perhaps their overall resume is better. I know a lot of people don't want it to happen, but if Oklahoma beats Oklahoma State, looks like there will be a rematch as long as Bama and LSU win the rest of their games. I took out Florida State last week for Texas A&M. Should they be ranked or only if they beat UM?
Remember: DO YOUR COLLEGE PICK'EM. Looked like a lot of people missed last week. Couple Thursday games this week including a pivotal ACC game Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech.
Tomahawk Nation Ballot - Week 11
|2||Oklahoma St. Cowboys||1|
|3||Alabama Crimson Tide||-1|
|9||Virginia Tech Hokies||1|
|10||Boise St. Broncos||-5|
|12||Penn St. Nittany Lions||2|
|13||South Carolina Gamecocks||-1|
|15||Michigan St. Spartans||2|
|16||Kansas St. Wildcats||-1|
|22||Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets||1|
|25||Florida St. Seminoles||--|
|Dropouts: Arizona St. Sun Devils, Texas A&M Aggies|
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