Week Six Polls and The Weekend in Review

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Alabama still owns the polls, while Auburn's misery is the source of much of our pleasure this week.

This week's SB Nation BlogPoll gets a bit more interesting with several teams outside of Alabama earning number one votes. Yes, the Tide are clearly the consensus number one team with 64 top votes, but six other teams split up 23 first place votes with the Florida Gators, interestingly enough, receiving the lion's share of those votes.

And the others receiving votes list is just silly. UAB? San Jose State? C'mon, y'all. I know teams which have won a lot deserve recognition and all, but to say they're on of the top teams in the country is a bit much.

Or, hell, maybe I'm the crazy one. Whatever, on to the poll.

College Football Rankings 2011

Results for Week 6

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 Alabama Crimson Tide (64) 24.37 1.43 --
2 Oregon Ducks (4) 23.20 1.65 --
3 South Carolina Gamecocks (7) 22.61 1.50 Arrow_up 4
4 West Virginia Mountaineers (1) 21.34 1.98 Arrow_up 4
5 Florida Gators (9) 21.23 2.03 Arrow_up 6
6 Kansas St. Wildcats (1) 20.23 1.81 --
7 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1) 19.47 2.21 Arrow_up 2
8 Ohio St. Buckeyes 16.74 4.67 Arrow_up 4
9 LSU Tigers 14.67 3.73 Arrow_down -5
10 Oregon St. Beavers 13.82 4.28 Arrow_up 3
11 Florida St. Seminoles 12.52 4.18 Arrow_down -8
12 USC Trojans 12.14 5.00 Arrow_up 2
13 Georgia Bulldogs 12.06 3.24 Arrow_down -8
14 Oklahoma Sooners 11.75 4.34 Arrow_up 3
15 Texas Longhorns 10.97 3.34 Arrow_down -5
16 Clemson Tigers 9.64 4.46 --
17 Stanford Cardinal 9.63 4.38 Arrow_up 1
18 Louisville Cardinals 8.95 3.67 Arrow_up 1
19 Mississippi St. Bulldogs 7.84 4.09 Arrow_up 2
20 Rutgers Scarlet Knights 5.85 3.64 Arrow_up 3
21 Cincinnati Bearcats 5.38 3.73 Arrow_up 5
22 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 3.78 3.80 Arrow_up 7
23 Ohio Bobcats 3.60 4.31 Arrow_up 2
24 Texas A&M Aggies 3.51 3.35 Arrow_up 6
25 Iowa St. Cyclones 1.68 2.63 Arrow_up 13
Others Receiving Votes: Boise St. Broncos | Baylor Bears | TCU Horned Frogs | Michigan Wolverines | Arizona St. Sun Devils | Texas Tech Red Raiders | Michigan St. Spartans | Duke Blue Devils | Penn St. Nittany Lions | Tulsa Golden Hurricane | N.C. State Wolfpack | Northwestern Wildcats | Nevada Wolf Pack | North Carolina Tar Heels | Nebraska Cornhuskers | Oklahoma St. Cowboys | Northern Illinois Huskies | Western Kentucky Hilltoppers | Toledo Rockets | San Jose St. Spartans | Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners | UAB Blazers
Updated: Oct 9, 2012 8:46 AM CDT

Full poll and ballot analysis is here.

The SEC Power Poll for week six results are as follows:

1. Alabama Crimson Tide, 125 points (8 first-place votes)
2. South Carolina Gamecocks, 117 (1)
3. Florida Gators, 109
4. LSU Tigers, 95
5. Georgia Bulldogs, 88.5
6. Mississippi St. Bulldogs, 80
7. Texas A&M Aggies, 77.5
8. Tennessee Volunteers, 60
9. Vanderbilt Commodores, 51
10. Mississippi Rebels, 47
11. Arkansas Razorbacks, 33
12. Missouri Tigers, 31
13. Kentucky Wildcats, 17
14. Auburn Tigers, 14

Commentary is over at Team Speed Kills. Again, WE'RE NOT LAST!

Also, do not miss this past week's Alphabetical from Spencer Hall, where the "inky depths of the sadness of the Auburn offense" are explored, and of course there's This Week in Schadenfreude where we Rebels are free to point and laugh at Gene Chizik's misfortunes.

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