The Blogpoll is up a little late due to your captain moving a little slow this weekend. Not a ton of transition in the mix but there were some interesting happenings over the weekend. UNC got to 5-1 on the year but the football team I watched was not very good in their 14-7 victory over a Louisville team that just couldn't seem to finish drives. Here's what you've been waiting on folks:
In The Bleachers Ballot - Week 7
|2||Alabama Crimson Tide||--|
|5||Boise St. Broncos||--|
|6||Oklahoma St. Cowboys||--|
|12||Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets||--|
|14||Notre Dame Fighting Irish||1|
|15||West Virginia Mountaineers||1|
|16||Illinois Fighting Illini||1|
|17||Arizona St. Sun Devils||1|
|19||Virginia Tech Hokies||3|
|21||Kansas St. Wildcats||3|
|23||Wake Forest Demon Deacons||--|
|24||Texas A&M Aggies||--|
|Dropouts: Texas Longhorns, Florida St. Seminoles, Florida Gators|
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Three teams out, three teams in. The Top twelve had no movement although I did wrestle with that to do with Arkansas before finally leaving them in order. I think the Hogs are a special ball club, a pity they have to play in the SEC West where two better teams are running the show. As for the guys moving out; Texas and Florida both got demolished but they are still both in better shape than a Florida State team that got embarrassed by Wake Forest. This was supposed to be the year, again, that the Noles rebounded and after an expected loss to Oklahoma, a tough loss to Clemson and this recent ego bruising tumbling to Wake Forest this sure looks a lot more like the last decade of Seminoles.
Drop your thoughts on the twitter as this week really was not much to crow about from a "pecking order" standpoint. Georgia is playing pretty good football so they sneak back in while Wake Forest is quietly setting up for a November 12th Atlantic division show down with Clemson.
In housekeeping news today, Monday, at 4:30 until 6 I'll be sitting in with Mark Sullivan on the "At The Buzzer" show. You all can listen live over at ESPN Fay to hear the dulcet tones of Michael Felder talking sports.