2011 BlogPoll Week 4 Ballot - Florida State Loses But Moves Up, Six Teams Added

SB Nation BlogPoll Top 25 College Football Rankings

The Ralphie Report Ballot - Week 4

Rank Team Delta
1 Oklahoma Sooners --
2 LSU Tigers --
3 Alabama Crimson Tide --
4 Wisconsin Badgers Arrow_up 1
5 Boise St. Broncos Arrow_down -1
6 Oregon Ducks --
7 Stanford Cardinal --
8 Oklahoma St. Cowboys --
9 Texas A&M Aggies Arrow_up 1
10 Florida St. Seminoles Arrow_up 1
11 Arkansas Razorbacks Arrow_down -2
12 Nebraska Cornhuskers Arrow_up 2
13 West Virginia Mountaineers Arrow_up 6
14 South Carolina Gamecocks Arrow_down -2
15 Virginia Tech Hokies Arrow_down -2
16 Baylor Bears --
17 South Florida Bulls Arrow_up 1
18 USC Trojans Arrow_down -1
19 Texas Longhorns Arrow_up 6
20 Florida Gators --
21 Clemson Tigers --
22 Illinois Fighting Illini --
23 Michigan Wolverines --
24 San Diego St. Aztecs --
25 North Carolina Tar Heels --
Dropouts: Michigan St. Spartans, Ohio St. Buckeyes, Arizona St. Sun Devils, Mississippi St. Bulldogs, Missouri Tigers, TCU Horned Frogs

SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Top 25 Rankings "

Next Five:
26) Arizona St. 
27) Missouri
28) Mississippi St. 
29) TCU  
30) Michigan St. 

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

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

Check out my complete, conference by conference rankings here.

Notes On The Rankings:

- The top of the ballot stayed mostly the same as it was with the exception of Wisconsin jumping up over Boise State. The Broncos did nothing wrong in dismantling Toledo, but the Badgers have continued to dominate against decent (but not great) competition, something that a lot of other teams across the country haven't been able to do.

- I had no problem with FSU moving up a spot after losing to Oklahoma. They played a great game against the team that is currently the #1 team in both polls, yet those same polls move them down almost 10 spots for a close loss. Doesn't make sense.

- A lot of new teams at the bottom of the poll, but there is a good chance that this will look very different next week. We have a loaded weekend coming up, including LSU - WVU, Alabama - Arkansas, Okie St - A&M, FSU - Clemson, and UNC - GT. We will know a lot more about where these teams sit on Sunday.

- Speaking of big games, it's starting to be that time in the Pac-12 as well. All the match-ups except for ours are conference games with Oregon - Arizona, California - Washington, USC - Arizona State, and OSU - UCLA. 

Who would you move up or down?

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