On Monday this site released its ballot for the BlogPoll, and now we see the results from across the universe from the entire BlogPoll voters.
HERE is the breakdown of the voting from SBN's Andy Hutchins.
Some notable excerpts:
I can't, however, understand the philosophy behind handing Air Force, a team that destroyed FCS Idaho State in Week 1 and failed to pull an upset against Michigan in Week 2, the No. 6 spot in a ballot. The Unbalanced Line did that.
Those Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks that pulled off the season's finest upset so far are also just on the outskirts of the top 25, which would make some sense ... if their cause weren't being helped substantially by Dan Shanoff (No. 2) and Blatant Homerism (No. 4) putting them in the top five. Crediting the Warhawks massively for their win, to my mind, also means thinking that Arkansas is still a great team; the BlogPoll in sum doesn't think so, and neither do I.
You may remember that Eleven Warriors topped this category last week, and that four Big Ten blogs were in the top five. It's incredible that the Big Ten blogs are the same ones, though, and it's almost like they're slow to react to macro-scale shifts in college football.
I think TCU is too high---did I even rank them this week?
See what happens to West Virginia when they don't play!
The second half of the poll is really strange. We're not used to seeing a lot of those teams in the rankings.