2012 BlogPoll Week One Ballot - Alabama Takes The Top Spot, Tennessee Jumps On In

Sep 1, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson (16) is tackled by Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Nico Johnson (35) in the third quarter at Cowboys Stadium. Alabama beat Michigan 41-14. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Next Five:
26) Utah
27) Missouri
28) Rutgers
29) Florida
30) Georgia Tech

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

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

Notes On The Rankings:

- Not sure why it's not showing the change from last week, I guess this is the "real" week one.
- Big winners last week were Alabama, Clemson, West Virginia, Michigan State, and Baylor.
- Losers were Michigan, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, and Stanford.
- Lots of changes in the Pac-12 rankings. We all know who is sitting down at the bottom, but they are joined by the likes of Washington State and California who like the Buffs, head into week two very unhappy.

What would you change? Who would you move up or down?

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