Only one more week of regular season SEC football. I understand that they continue to play regular games in the Big East, Pac-10, and Big Ten. Good for them. We're winding things down in the Dirty South. And that means we're winding down the Blogpoll. We've got our ballot posted after the jump, where you will find a change in the Top 5, the return of the Big East, and the Cup showing its patriotism.
Red Cup Rebellion Ballot - Week 13
|3||Boise St. Broncos||--|
|4||TCU Horned Frogs||--|
|7||Michigan St. Spartans||-1|
|9||Ohio St. Buckeyes||1|
|10||Oklahoma St. Cowboys||1|
|11||Alabama Crimson Tide||1|
|14||Virginia Tech Hokies||2|
|15||Nevada Wolf Pack||3|
|18||South Carolina Gamecocks||-1|
|20||Texas A&M Aggies||-1|
|21||West Virginia Mountaineers||--|
|24||N.C. State Wolfpack||--|
|Dropouts: USC Trojans, MAROON WHITE FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT!, Northwestern Wildcats, Utah Utes|
SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Top 25 Rankings "
After Coach Jeff Tedford told the world that Stanford is the most complete team he's played all year (including Oregon), Stanford might be left outside the BCS. JIm Harbaugh is going to have extra motivation in cheering for his alma mater, Michigan, who could knock off one of the Cardinal's chief competitors for an at-large spot.
Alabama remains king of the two-loss teams over Arkansas by virtue of the relative natures of those programs' recent wins over Mississippi State.
Your inconsistency alert comes courtesy of Texas A & M, who sits four spots behind Nebraska, but with an extra loss on its resume. And three-loss Arizona and South Carolina both have better marquee wins.
North Carolina State will be your ACC Coastal and/or Atlantic Division winner with a win this weekend over Maryland. And, look, there's Navy! Just because we love America.