Monday, October 26, 2009

The BlogPoll Ballot of Beat Visitor dot com is presented for your admiration

It was another week in which the seven unbeaten remained unbeaten and there was very little red ink on my notes about the week in NCAA football. So there was relatively little movement on my BlogPoll ballot (I'll get one of those Mr. Stubborn or Mr. Numb Existence trophies one of these days).
As always, you can check out my notes by clicking on the thumbnail to the right. And again, you're invited to add your criticisms and accolades in the Comments section below before these ballots need to be finalized on Wednesday morning. From the fact that even unmediated anonymous abuse is accepted here at Beat Visitor dot com, I have to assume from the lack of comments to my earlier ballots that my 2009 college football acumen has been perfect.
Here's another example of perfection for you to admire:
1 Alabama
2 Florida
3 Texas
4 Cincinnati
5 Iowa
6 Southern Cal
7 TCU 3
8 Boise State 1
10 Oregon 1
11 Georgia Tech 1
12 Pittsburgh 4
13 Penn State
14 Virginia Tech 1
15 Ohio State 2
16 Houston 2
17 Oklahoma State 2
18 Arizona
19 Miami (Florida) 11
20 Utah 3
21 West Virginia 3
22 California
23 South Carolina 2
24 Central Michigan
25 South Florida 4
Last week's ballot

Dropped Out: Brigham Young (#14), Kansas (#20), Texas Tech (#22).


Mark said...

Wooo, a comment.


I'd drop South Florida entirely, but that's just me. Not sure who I'd put in their place, though.

Keep up the good work on the blog.

Beat Visitor said...

Mark, Any Big East team with only two losses -- to Cincinnati and Pitt -- is worthy of consideration for the top 25 (oh, wait, I coulda picked Rutgers!).
Seriously though, if I had dropped USF out of the list I might have had to add Notre Dame. And if USF wins against WVU this Friday they'll show that they deserve to stay on the list for another week (and West Virginia will be gone). If WVU wins (and there are a few upsets higher), then the Mountaineers start their climb toward the top ten.