2011 BlogPoll Week 9 Ballot - Stanford, Oklahoma State In Line For The National Championship

Next Five:
26) Georgia
27) Washington
28) Auburn
29) Texas 
30) West Virginia

See my Pac-12 Rankings as well as some notes about my ballot after the jump...

Pac-12 Rankings:
1) Stanford
2) Oregon
3) Arizona State
4) USC
5) Washington
6) California
7) Oregon State
8) Arizona
9) UCLA
10) Washington State
11) Utah
12) Colorado

Check out my complete, conference by conference rankings here.

Notes On The Rankings:

- Stanford made the move over Oregon thanks to a blowout victory where the Cardinal lines dominated on both sides of the ball. This weeks test against on the road against the Trojans with Gameday town should tell us even more about Stanford. 

- I kept OU at the top of the "second tier", in front of Arkansas, Michigan State, and Wisconsin. After those teams I believe a third tier starts with Nebraska, A&M and the rest. 

- Big changes at the bottom of the Pac-12 once again. With both Utah and Colorado jumped after big wins over the weekend. Washington State is back down near the bottom with their blowout loss to the Beavers. Cal and Washington are the biggest wild cards for me. How will the Huskies rebound from the blowout loss to Stanford?

Who would you move up or down?

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