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Lights Out is probably the second most annoying homer on these boards.

I'm the most annoying with my incessant Ohio State homer posts right? :D

Sure...if you want to be. :P

On second thought, I think I'll have to pass on this one. I honestly took a shot at it. But every time I wrote something like "There's one problem with your "Robinson for Heisman" cause, and his name is Terrelle Pryor" I'd crack up laughing.

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Week 3 Ballot

1 Alabama

2 Ohio State

3 Oklahoma

4 TCU

5 Oregon

6 Boise State

7 Nebraska

8 Iowa

9 Texas

10 Wisconsin

Here are my big changes this week:

Oklahoma - they've really hit a stride and the way they're playing, they will easily run the Big 12 South, if not challenge for the MNC.

Boise State - the win over Virginia Tech is not looking like much of an accomplishment anymore. Boise will struggle with Oregon State.

Texas - the 'Horns are fundamentally sound, but have struggled against Rice and Wyoming. Without some adjustment I expect UT to have 1-2 losses.

Florida - dropped from rankings; Gators look sloppy. Can still right the ship, but expect them to lose at least 3. Open door for Wisconsin to move up.

All the other teams stayed more or less where they've been; just made some slight shifts relative to the big movers.

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My first ballot of the season:

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Oregon

4. Oklahoma

5. Texas

6. Boise State

7. Texas Christian

8. Nebraska

9. Arkansas

10. Michigan

(NOTE: I try to keep up with college football, but am not an expert by any means)

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My first ballot of the season:

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Oregon

4. Oklahoma

5. Texas

6. Boise State

7. Texas Christian

8. Nebraska

9. Arkansas

10. Michigan

(NOTE: I try to keep up with college football, but am not an expert by any means)

NONE of us here are...no matter what anyone says.

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My first ballot of the season:

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Oregon

4. Oklahoma

5. Texas

6. Boise State

7. Texas Christian

8. Nebraska

9. Arkansas

10. Michigan

(NOTE: I try to keep up with college football, but am not an expert by any means)

NONE of us here are...no matter what anyone says.

Light's Out is, don't you know Boise State is the greatest School in NCAA Football history.

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1. Alabama(1)

2. Oregon (2)

3. Texas Christian(3)

4. Ohio State(5)

5. Oklahoma(6)

6. Nebraska(7)

7. Texas(4)

8. Boise State(8)

9. Michigan(9)

10. Arizona(NR)

Dropped Out: Florida(10)

As much as I hate to say it, Arizona played some pretty good ball against Iowa. They crack my top 10 team at 10.

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1 - THE Ohio St

2 - Bama

3 - Oregon

4 - TCU

5 - Nebraska

6 - Oklahoma

7 - Texas

8 - Arkansas

9 - South Carolina

10 - Wisconsin

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Starting with the AP top 15 then using my "would I bet money on this team to beat everyone below them" system.

1. Alabama

2. Oregon

3. Nebraska

4. Ohio State

5. Florida

6. Arkansas

7. Oklahoma

8. Boise State

9. Texas

10. LSU

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Week 4 N.E Top 10 (LW)

1. Alabama (1) @ #10 Arkansas

2. Ohio State (2) vs. Eastern Michigan

3. Oregon (3) @ Arizona State

4. Boise State (4) vs. Oregon State

5. Texas (5) vs. UCLA

6. TCU (6) @ SMU

7. Nebraska (7) vs. South Dakota State

8. Oklahoma (8) @ Cincinnati

9. Florida (10) vs. Kentucky

10. Arkansas (NR) vs. #1 Alabama

Iowa has peaced to the crib.

Week 4 Game of the Week not featuring my Top 10

#12 South Carolina @ #17 Auburn and #16 Stanford @ Notre Dame

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1 . Alabama (1)

2 . Ohio St. (2)

3 . Oregon (4)

4 . TCU (3)

5 . Oklahoma (5)

6 . Nebraska (7)

7 . Boise St. (6)

8 . Texas (8)

9 . Florida (NR)

10 . Wisconsin (10)

dropped out : Iowa

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Same as it ever was...

NCAA TOP TEN

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Oregon

4. Oklahoma

5. Texas

6. Boise State

7. Texas Christian

8. Nebraska

9. Arkansas

10. Michigan

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1. Alabama (1)

2. Ohio State (2)

3. Oregon (3)

4. TCU (4)

5. Oklahoma (5)

6. Texas (6)

7. Nebraska (8)

8. Florida (9)

9. Arkansas (NR)

10. Arizona (NR)

Dropped Iowa since they got beat, and I think Arizona looks better then Michigan so I dropped Michigan as well.

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Starting with the AP top 15 then using my "would I bet money on this team to beat everyone below them" system.

1. Alabama

2. Oregon

3. Nebraska

4. Ohio State

5. Florida

6. Arkansas

7. Oklahoma

8. Boise State

9. Texas

10. LSU

It is too early for me to really care, but infrared41 makes the correct thoughts (Corky Simpson stuck with it in 1992):

1- The AP vote is better than the Harris Poll or than the USA Today/Coaches poll since they must disclose.

2-There is a difference from "would I bet money on this team to beat everyone below them" or "to bet on a team to cover". However, betting to win and betting to cover are two different bets which "friends of any program", easily know and live by.

pollspeak.com lets you see each AP voter and how they vary from the fellow members.

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It is too early for me to really care, but infrared41 makes the correct thoughts (Corky Simpson stuck with it in 1992):

1- The AP vote is better than the Harris Poll or than the USA Today/Coaches poll since they must disclose.

2-There is a difference from "would I bet money on this team to beat everyone below them" or "to bet on a team to cover". However, betting to win and betting to cover are two different bets which "friends of any program", easily know and live by.

pollspeak.com lets you see each AP voter and how they vary from the fellow members.

Not that it matters but since you brought it up.... My system is based on whether or not I'd bet on the team to win the game outright. It's how I decide who to put where.

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Week 5 N.E Top 10 (LW)

1. Alabama (1) vs. #8 Florida

2. Ohio State (2) @ Illinois

3. Oregon (3) vs. #9 Stanford

4. Boise State (4) @ New Mexico State

5. TCU (6) @ Colorado State

6. Oklahoma (8) vs. Texas

7. Nebraska (7) BYE

8. Florida (9) @ #1 Alabama

9. Stanford (NR) @ #3 Oregon

10. Auburn (NR) vs. UL Monroe

Texas and Arkansas have peaced to the crib

Game of the Week not featuring Top 10 teams.

#11 Wisconsin @ #24 Michigan State

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1. Alabama(1)

2. Oregon (2)

3. Texas Christian(3)

4. Ohio State(4)

5. Oklahoma(5)

6. Nebraska(6)

7. Boise State(8)

8. Michigan(9)

9. Utah(NR)

10. Stanford(NR)

Dropped Out: Texas(7), Arizona(10)

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Starting with the AP top 15 then using my "would I bet money on this team to beat everyone below them" system.

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Nebraska

4. Florida

5. Oregon

6. Auburn

7. Boise State

8. Oklahoma

9. Arkansas

10. LSU

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NCAA TOP TEN

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Oregon

4. Oklahoma

5. Boise State

6. Texas Christian

7. Nebraska

8. Michigan

9. Stanford

10. Florida

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1 . Alabama (1)

2 . Ohio St. (2)

3 . Oregon (3)

4 . TCU (4)

5 . Oklahoma (5)

6 . Nebraska (6)

7 . Boise St. (7)

8 . Florida (9)

9 . Wisconsin (10)

10 . Stanford (NR)

dropped out : Texas

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1 - THE Ohio St

2 - Bama

3 - Oregon

4 - TCU

5 - Nebraska

6 - Oklahoma

7 - Auburn

8 - Wisconsin

9 - Stanford

10 - Utah

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