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Blog Poll Ballot: Week 2 Edition

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BlogPoll from week two is all up in your business.

Thanks to some epic upsets a lot of new teams enter the rankings and a couple teams made huge gains.

SB Nation BlogPoll Top 25 College Football Rankings

One Foot Down Ballot - Week 2

Rank Team Delta
1 Alabama Crimson Tide --
2 LSU Tigers Arrow_up 2
3 USC Trojans Arrow_down -1
4 Oregon Ducks Arrow_down -1
5 Georgia Bulldogs Arrow_up 6
6 Florida St. Seminoles Arrow_down -1
7 West Virginia Mountaineers Arrow_down -1
8 Michigan St. Spartans Arrow_down -1
9 Clemson Tigers Arrow_down -1
10 Oklahoma Sooners Arrow_up 3
11 Texas Longhorns Arrow_up 1
12 South Carolina Gamecocks Arrow_up 2
13 Kansas St. Wildcats Arrow_up 7
14 Virginia Tech Hokies Arrow_up 5
15 Louisville Cardinals Arrow_up 1
16 Ohio St. Buckeyes Arrow_up 1
17 Tennessee Volunteers Arrow_up 4
18 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Arrow_up 4
19 Florida Gators --
20 UCLA Bruins --
21 Arizona Wildcats --
22 BYU Cougars --
23 Baylor Bears --
24 Michigan Wolverines --
25 Stanford Cardinal --
Dropouts: Nebraska Cornhuskers, Arkansas Razorbacks, Wisconsin Badgers, Oklahoma St. Cowboys, North Carolina Tar Heels, Utah Utes

SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Top 25 Rankings "

Some commentary after the jump.

Alabama stays at number one after pitching a shutout against whatever hapless victim that was offered up as a sacrifice.

I moved LSU up to No. 2 after the dismantled a quality Washington team.

Georgia was a big mover after beating Missouri on the road.

Oklahoma got some more love after their offense threw a couple haymakers this past weekend.

What's more, Kansas State received a hefty bump after blowing out Miami of Florida.

Virginia Tech was idle but I wasn't able to rank them properly as last week's ballot was finished before they beat Georgia Tech---so they slid up in the poll.

Look at all those new teams entering the rankings!

How long will UCLA stay here---are they for real?

Rich Rod is back, baby! You can't hold him down for long.

It looks like BYU is heading for another quiet 10-win season.

Baylor was idle after playing late in week one, but they were so fundamentally sound and impressive that they move up into the Top 25.

I reluctantly put Michigan back in.

Stanford probably deserves to be higher, but I punished them pretty hard for a narrow win over San Jose State last week. They came back strong in week two though.

Weigh in with your thoughts OFD community.