|2||Southern Cal||...this is the exact order...|
|3||Penn State||...these somewhat controversial...|
|4||Ohio State ||...top four teams were in before. Ha.|
|5||West Virginia||Uh... and I had WVU 13th.|
|6||LSU||Please make up your mind about the sucking.|
|7||Virginia Tech||At least next year will be mercifully devoid of Michael Vick and his chili cheese fries.|
|8||Wisconsin||My great hope for the BlogPoll is that a 10-3 Wisconsin team that played a very tough schedule and beat the tar out of a 9-3 Auburn team ends up, you know, in front of Auburn. Then, and only then, can the BlogPoll declare victory.|
|9||Alabama||It's good! Sort of!|
|10||Georgia||Kyle said it best when he bemoaned the fact that we won't be getting rid of this Big East autobid thanks to the Sugar Bowl.|
|11||Miami ||Christ almighty.|
|13||Florida||Were handed the game by Iowa with a small assist from Conference USA. Still, 9-3, tough schedule, defense that tends to choke small children to death, etc.|
|14||TCU||Stupid SMU game.|
|15||Notre Dame||Fiesta was a few OSU turnovers from being a lot like that game against the other OSU (Oregon version) a few years back. In the end, ND's best result was a loss to USC. They beat one meh team in Michigan but showed that in reality not even a Super Genius like Weis E. Coyote can make his cornerbacks fast. Worse resume than any of the 9-3 teams ahead of them, thus the harsh assessement.|
|16||UCLA||Hard to believe they're 10-2.|
|17||Louisville||Oversight on first draft.|
|18||Boston College||Winning the Depression Bowl a tough trick for many teams.|
|19||Oklahoma||Not so much of a disaster after all.|
|20||Oregon||The Holiday Bowl: shutting up Pac-10 teams that whine about BCS at-large berths since 2004. And thank you for that.|
|22||Florida State||Wide everything!|
|24||Michigan||Best 7-5 team ever.|
|25||Iowa||Second best 7-5 team ever.|
Games I Saw: BCS bowls, Alamo fiasco, Iowa-UF, AU-UW, bits of VT-UL, and some other random stuff.
Help requested: Anything. There is a vast swath after about #8 where arguments are being heard.
Update: Bumped Oregon down and UCLA up (in front of Oklahoma), Added Louisville at #17, revamped the bottom of the poll to be more internally consistent: if I'm going to overrate Big Ten teams it may as well be the right ones. Thanks to commenter statprof for offering a strong argument in favor of the Cards.