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All-Blogger Poll Week 6

In Blogger Poll, College Football, Rankings Commentary on October 10, 2013 at 1:39 PM

I wrote posts at a few of the blogging sites (where I share things I post here) asking for rankings. I only got four of them this time, but some expressed some interest in doing them in the future, so hopefully this will become a regular thing. I’ll probably wait until the middle of the year if I do it for future seasons.

Here is the first one. The submissions are from two LSU fans (myself included), one Texas fan, one Oklahoma fan, and one Notre Dame fan.

rank/team(first place votes)/total points
1 Alabama (3) 123
2 Oregon (2) 116
3 Clemson 114
4 Stanford 112
5 Ohio St. 104
6 Florida St. 102
7 Georgia 94
8 LSU 83
9 Oklahoma 81
10 TX A&M 72
11 Miami 71
12 Louisville 70
13 UCLA 64
14 S Carolina 52
15 Washington 51
16 Michigan 48
17 Texas Tech 47
18 Florida 47
19 Baylor 38
20 Fresno St. 27
21 Missouri 27
22 N’western 26
23 Va. Tech 21
24 N. Illinois 13
25 Okie St. 10

Others receiving votes: Auburn (7), Nebraska (3), Michigan St. (1), Wisconsin (1)

Alabama was #2 in both polls where it was not #1. Oregon was only #2 in one poll, so that’s why the gap is more than one point. Clemson is third in every poll but two of them (2nd and 5th), so they’re not far behind Oregon. Stanford was the most uniform top-5 team, with four 4th-place votes and one #2. Ohio St. varied from #3 to #7, but Florida St. was either 5th or 6th in ever ranking. LSU finished ahead of Oklahoma by being in the top 10 of every ranking. Texas A&M varied from #6 to #20, but the Aggies finished ahead of the more consistent Hurricanes. Consistency seems to come from actually beating a good team. Washington was edged by South Carolina since the Huskies were as low as #22 in one ranking. Nos. 16 to 18, 20, and 21 weren’t particularly remarkable apart from being close. Baylor, Northwestern, and Virginia Tech each appeared in at least one top 15 but they each failed to appear in at least one ranking. Northern Illinois was ranked by everyone but no higher than #22. Oklahoma St. prevailed for #25 because they appeared in three rankings, while Auburn only appeared in two. The rest appeared in one apiece.

I repeat, we DID have a Notre Dame fan voting. Such modesty.

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