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RCR's Ballots: Week 2

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Some quick points about this week's polls: we didn't feel it fair to "punish" someone with a lower ranking by virtue of having a bye-week and rankings this early are stupid in the first damn place so chill.  Of course, comment.  If you argue well enough that we're just waaaay off on something, we can have it changed on our final ballot.

So BlogPoll First, PowerPoll after the jumpage.

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida
2 Texas
3 Southern Cal 1
4 Alabama 1
5 Mississippi 1
6 Brigham Young 2
7 California
8 Penn State 2
9 Boise State 3
10 Oklahoma 1
11 LSU 2
12 Virginia Tech 2
13 Ohio State 2
14 Georgia Tech 1
15 Oklahoma State 10
16 TCU 1
17 Nebraska 2
18 Miami (Florida) 2
19 Houston
20 Georgia 1
21 Michigan
22 North Carolina 4
23 Cincinnati
24 Kansas 1
25 Utah 1
Last week's ballot

Dropped Out: Notre Dame (#16), Missouri (#22), Southern Miss (#23).
Others Receiving Votes: Southern Miss, Notre Dame, Oregon State, UCLA, Mizzou, Mississippi State (LMAO ok j/k not really at all :P)
And, no, I still haven't put together a funny table thingy.  Get off my damn back.  I've been busy-ish.

1. Florida - Tim Tebow.
2. Alabama - Ricky, despite having his Crimson Tide sit atop the West by a considerable margin and just a half-pube below the Gators, thinks this ranking is "GODDAMN HORSESHIT."  Tables be warned.
3. Ole Miss - While not having proven much of anything, the Rebels are still better than those ranked below them.
4 Georgia - Will the real Georgia Bulldogs please stand up?  The same goes for the Gamecocks.  Really though, why are the so-far disappointing Bulldogs ranked fourth?  Oh yeah, because they're still better than...
5. LSU - ...the LSU Tigers
6. Auburn - While not exactly having played the greatest competition, Auburn's offense is still noticeably very much improved.
7. Arkansas - I like to think that Arkansas would beat Auburn were they to play tomorrow.  However, Auburn actually has an SEC "victory" so they'll get the in-poll nod.
8. South Carolina - Garcia looked alright at times.  The Rebels' SEC opener worries me a bit more now.
9. Vanderbilt - No offense whatsoever.
9(t). Tennessee - Why Johnathan Crompton is still allowed to suit up is beyond me.
11. Kentucky - They'll end up giving somebody fits, because they always do, but make no mistake; the Kentucky Wildcats are as bad as they've been in years.
12. Mississippi State - Chris Relf + Tyson Lee - Stephen Garcia = Johnathan Crompton...  I think.