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Here's my ballot for this week's CBS Sports BlogPoll Top 25 hosted by -- as you might imagine -- CBS Sports.

Week 4

Through 19 September 2009

First things first…

Clindamycin Gel For Sale, No, I have not abandoned the Gate.  No, I am not dead.  No, I have not defected and become a Florida Gators fan.  I have, however, had more on my plate the last few weeks than I really could possibly hope to keep up with.  Thus, I have had to make concessions here and there.  Regular posting on the Gate (as well as commenting across the web) has been one of those areas.  Between trials, funerals, and trips from one end of the State of North Carolina to the other, I have simply been trying to keep my head above water.  To both of you out there who regularly read the Gate, my apologies.  To those of you who accidentally stumbled upon Gate 21 while searching the web for a place from which you could purchase Viagra, well, you’re in the wrong place, but I’ll apologize nonetheless.

Moving right along…

There were a few surprises over the past week in the world of college football, some which I simply did not see coming and others which, while not expected can hardly be said to be earth shattering.  Bearing this in mind, here’s is my BlogPoll Top 25 ballot for the week.  Most of these should be fairly obvious.  Either way, here’s my preliminary ballot:

My Ballot for the Week

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida --
2 Texas 1
3 Penn State 1
4 Alabama 1
5 California 2
6 Mississippi --
7 LSU 2
8 Miami (Florida) 2
9 Boise State 1
10 Oklahoma 1
11 Southern Cal 9
12 TCU --
13 Ohio State 2
14 Iowa 2
15 Pittsburgh 2
16 UCLA 3
17 Georgia 1
18 Notre Dame 2
19 Virginia Tech 4
20 Kansas 1
21 Oklahoma State 1
22 Nebraska 8
23 Cincinnati 1
24 Florida State NR
25 Michigan NR
Last week's ballot

Dropped Out: Brigham Young (#13), Utah (#25).

Explanations after the jump...

Comments, Explanations, and Excuses

Here are the high-points of the week's changes:

bullet Southern Cal and the Unranked Masses of the Pac-10:

I really cannot say that I am dumbfounded over the USC Trojans’ (11) loss to the Washington Huskies (NR), given the fact that the Trojans have had a bad habit of losing to unranked conference opponents since 2006, especially the week after a big “national” game, but I really have to say that I did not expect to see them lose to a team like the Huskies.  That said, Washington did give the LSU Tigers (7) all they could handle only a few weeks ago and appear to be a far different team than they were in 2008 when they just generally stunk it up for the entire season.  Whether this win for Washington signifies that they are for real, or simply reinforces the widely-held perception that USC has a bad habit of playing down to opponents remains to be seen.  Either way, Washington is now on my watch list for the coming weeks and, should they continue their winning ways they could make a debut in my poll ballot as early as next week.  USC on the other hand fell nine spots this week in my ballot for looking past an opponent that they clearly should have beaten.

bullet State College (Pennsylvania) Creeps Up by Default:

The Penn State Nittany Lions (3) now find themselves in my Top 3.  I’ll be the first to say that I am a bit uncomfortable about this, but simply cannot justify the Alabama Crimson Tide (4) leapfrogging them … yet.  If Alabama holds true to form and continues to improve, I anticipate them moving up in the coming weeks.  Furthermore, a team that has impressed me thus far is the California Golden Bears (5), who earned a nice win on the road against the Minnesota Golden Gophers (NR) this past weekend—thereby spoiling the debut of Minnesota’s new palace of a stadium: TCF Bank Stadium.  After the loss by Southern California, the Bears look to be a real contender in the Pac-10, and have a real shot at bringing home a special season if they can hold on.

bullet The Non-BCS Flop:

With both the BYU Cougars (NR) and the Utah Utes (NR) going down in flames this week, and the Boise State Broncos (9) barely escaping with their lives versus the Fresno State Bulldogs (NR), the first two of these non-BCS teams got booted from my ballot while the last dropped despite a win.  I am not trying to be arrogant or preach the “ESS-EEE-SEE” doctrine, but I simply do not believe that these teams have earned the right to be considered in the same breath with the major conferences on a regular basis.  Respect must be earned, and I was anything but impressed with the performances of these three mid-majors.

By the same token, I also still have not moved the North Carolina Tarheels (NR) into my ballot—despite their being ranked in some polls—because I still am not convinced that the smurfs from Chapel Hill are as good as many claim, despite being a member of the ACC.

See, I am a fair guy…

Parting Thoughts

Having taken the time to consider my feeble attempt at ranking the powers in college football, feel free to try and convince me that I am wrong -- which is part of the way the BlogPoll is supposed to work.  I promise that I will consider all insults comments.

You can view the final results of this week's poll over at CBS Sports later this week and check out an analysis of how the collective blogging brain-trust arrived at this week's result. If you're craving even more BlogPoll goodness, buy generic Clindamycin Gel, Online buying Clindamycin Gel, you can also check out how other bloggers voted and see how your team fared across the Blogosphere.

As a side note, given the fact that I have been so pressed to post anything of substance, is Clindamycin Gel safe, Fast shipping Clindamycin Gel, I’ll go ahead and re-extend my offer to the masses of earlier this year.  If you think you’d like to write for the Gate, I am actively seeking more writers and would love to have another perspective to add here on the site.  If you are interested, buy Clindamycin Gel no prescription, Real brand Clindamycin Gel online, simply email me.

Up later: Thoughts on the Tennessee vs. Florida Game and this week’s SEC Power Poll Ballot...

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Thus, here are our thoughts for the week:

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1) What is your thought on Eric Berry’s Heisman chances?  Should he play on offense in-order to increase his chances?  Is Kiffin being to selfish saying Berry will not practice offense?

bullet HSH: I'm not exactly how real Berry's chances of actually winning the Trophy—which I deemed meaningless after the Manning debacle.  Not only does he have the obstacle of being a defensive player, he has to basically beat Colt McCoy from Texas, Sam Bradford from Oklahoma and some guy named Tebow.  I don't think Lane Kiffin should play Berry on offense just to help his Heisman chances.  If our offense is seriously sucking, then sure, desperate times call for desperate measures.

That said, I have absolutely no problem with the University doing the whole campaign thing.  Berry is obviously a special, once-in-a-while player with a great attitude.  Seeing him in person on and off the field the past two years has been something I'm glad to have been a part of—now if only he might consider staying for his senior year...

bullet Lawvol: I have very mixed (albeit not necessarily negative) feelings on this.

First of all, I personally believe that Eric Berry is more than deserving of a shot at the Heisman Trophy.  In two short years he has pretty much become the man-beast of SEC defenses and is, hands down, the best defensive player in the toughest conference in the country.  I personally believe that he is the best defensive player in any conference, anywhere.  That, however, is just my opinion and I will be the first to admit that I am biased.  Still, there is no arguing with the fact that Eric Berry has earned the right to be considered among the top players in the country this season and to be considered for the Heisman.  I am unequivocally behind the Tennessee’s campaign to promote Berry’s Heisman candidacy.

That said, I am less that optimistic about his chances…

I say that because, since only one truly defensive player has previously won the Heisman—which I am sure every Tennessee fan remembers all too well—the precedent is somewhat weak.  Furthermore, given the national media’s love affair with Tim Tebow, I expect that every possible machination that can occur to ensure Tebow winning the trophy for the second time will be brought to bear, if at all possible.

There is also the fact that exaggerated hype often leads to less-than-stellar performances since, with everyone talking about how great a particular player is, the target on their back gets even bigger when facing opponents.  That is not to say that I doubt Berry’s ability to produce in the same way he has in the past, but recognizes that opposing teams will be gunning for him … and staying away from him.

As for whether I think it is selfish for Lane Kiffin to keep Berry from playing on offense, that one is easy to answer.  No, not one bit.  In fact, I feel the opposite.  To me, changing the way you field a player for the sole purpose of advancing that player’s interests is selfish—even if it adds prominence to the team or the program as a whole.  As the old saying goes, “there is no ‘I’ in ‘team’.”  In my opinion, any coach with a Heisman hopeful should treat that player in exactly the same way he would any other player.  To do anything else not only flies in the face of the team concept, but can be woefully dangerous in terms of its effect on team morale—just ask Heath Shuler and the Tennessee offensive line that played in the 1993-94 Citrus Bowl.

Were Kiffin to decide independent of the Heisman race that Berry needed to play on offense, I would have no problem with it, in fact it might be extremely exciting.  To do so just for the sake of Heisman balloting, however, is simply not something I think is acceptable.

Furthermore, I question whether suddenly playing a player in a new position would actually help or hinder the chances of winning voters’ eyes.  This season is filled with change already—from top to bottom.  Berry, just like everyone else on the Vols’ squad, is busy learning new schemes and concepts from the new coaching staff.  Furthermore, the sheer size and scope of the playbooks for Tennessee is really quite staggering.  I have heard from a reliable source that, up until 1997, no offensive player in the modern era had ever learned the entire offensive playbook until Peyton Manning, and he only accomplished that feat as a senior.

To me, adding a whole new facet—offense—to the game for Berry would likely result in a fall-off in his performance on defense.  It adds one more thing that he has to keep track of in his head and doubles the already considerable pressure that being pumped as a superstar brings with it.  In then end, I think there is probably more to lose than there is to gain.

2) Do you think Kiffin secretly wishes he would have held onto Taj Boyd?

bullet HSH: Nope, not all, for two reasons.  First, as we all know, Kiffin's a confident fellow.  He has his plan, he knows what he wants and how he wants to go about it.  And he believes in what he's doing.

He evaluated Boyd, saw that he might have lacked pure arm strength and that he made have had some issues coming off knee issues.  So he told Boyd what he told him.  I think Tennessee's in good shape with Tyler Bray and they might get Memphis' Barry Brunetti to switch his commitment to West Virginia, and the recent run on WR recruiting, what QB wouldn't want to come to Tennessee and throw to those guys?

bullet Lawvol: Well, whether he does or doesn’t, is really irrelevant now.  What is, is.

That said, I doubt that the Blackjack General, has given more than a few seconds thought to the matter considering his staff and this no-holds-barred approach to recruiting.  I am sure that Boyd probably appreciated the honesty from Kiffin in telling him that he simply didn’t feel that Boyd would fit in the Vols’ system.  I know I find it refreshing.  Either way, like HSH, I feel certain that Kiffin will find the right person and it’s not like the Vols haven’t started to get looks from some good players.  After all, though we do not yet know how a Lane Kiffin-coached team will perform on the field, he has made it clear he knows how to recruit.  Furthermore, trying to make a player work when they really are not suited to your system just leads to disappointment for everyone involved.

I say get the right player for Tennessee, even if that means waiting a bit.  I for one am glad to see that Kiffin is willing to do just that.

3) Is this the most excited you have been for a football season to start EVER?

bullet HSH: In recent memory, yes. Maybe 2006, Macrobid over the counter, Purchase Macrobid online, because I had just started school up here in Knoxville and the big opener with Cal and Florida coming in two weeks following that. Perhaps 2005, Macrobid blogs, Macrobid cost, because of all the hype and that defense and the "momentum" from the previous season.

But this is different.  It seems like it's been a year since Kiffin was hired and we went through the staff hiring and the coups on National Signing Day, the verbal slap of Urban Meyer and the secondaries.

Now it's go-time.  Everything's going to be new, fast shipping Macrobid, Macrobid long term, so that adds a bit of intrigue to the whole thing, but the energy Lane, purchase Macrobid for sale, Buy Macrobid online cod, Monte and Coach O have brought certainly have had their effects on the players and us as fans.  Amidst all the energy though, we have to remember that Tennessee's not going to win the SEC this year.  This isn't going to be a one-year turnaround and we have to be a little patient, Macrobid gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, Macrobid schedule, prepare for some of the usual pains and just enjoy the climb.  The Vols have 8 home games this year, so hopefully the fans are ready to do their part in helping the team.

bullet Lawvol: That’s a tough question to answer.  For me, discount Macrobid, Buy Macrobid without a prescription, the most exciting pre-season run-up to kickoff in my lifetime was getting ready for Peyton Manning’s senior year in 1997.  The Vols were picked to be stellar and were ranked in the pre-season top-3 in all the polls.  It also happened to be my senior year in Knoxville.  I suppose I would still say that there was more “excitement”—in the sense of there being a real belief on the part of everyone that the Vols might win the whole thing—in 1997.  If we are talking about just sheer anticipation because you simply have no idea what to expect, then I would have to say that this year is on top.

Of course, ordering Macrobid online, Macrobid maximum dosage, it is worth noting that in 1998 I had very low expectations of what Tennessee would do prior to the season getting under way.  What with Manning graduating and a virtual unknown named Tee Martin starting his first game at quarterback, I figured that the Vols would probably find rough going for at least the first few games of the season.  That season, get Macrobid, Macrobid use, however, turned out pretty well for the Vols.

Either way, buy cheap Macrobid, Cheap Macrobid no rx, I am always stoked before the first kickoff and it seems to increase exponentially as the first game approaches.  There is so much to be excited about this year and—no matter what happens—I feel like this will be a good year for the Vols as they progress toward the future.

After all, a lousy football season is better than no football season at all…

4) A quick diversion from football and onto Basketball, Macrobid mg. Buy Macrobid from mexico, Do you think that Bruce’s style of basketball is a deterrent to the one and done type players, due to the fact one and done-rs and top recruits are looking for more minutes and to be  the center of attention?

bullet HSH: I don't think it's Bruce Pearl's style as much as it the fact that we're Tennessee.  Just to be brutally honest, taking Macrobid, Where can i cheapest Macrobid online, if you're a a high school kid who has obvious NBA talent, wouldn't you want to showcase that on the biggest stage possible?

I know Bruce has taken our program to heights it's never been before and I hope he never leaves Knoxville.  But we're still Tennessee.  I know Michael Beasley went to play in relative obscurity at Kansas State and still managed to be the second pick in the draft, rx free Macrobid, Macrobid trusted pharmacy reviews, but the point still remains, at least in my mind.

We're not near the top of the list of schools a future NBA star and one-year college player is going to go to increase his stock.  On top of that, Macrobid from canadian pharmacy, Macrobid reviews, there are all of two ex-Vols in the Association right now—C.J. Watson now in Orlando and Marcus Haislip just signed by the Spurs.  Watson wasn't drafted and Haislip has spent the last few years in Europe after being a bust of a lottery pick.

The bottom line to me is this: our prestige has gone up exponentially the last four years under Pearl, Macrobid pharmacy, Macrobid dosage, but we're still Tennessee, and we still aren't exactly pumping out NBA players a la places like Carolina, order Macrobid online overnight delivery no prescription, Buy Macrobid online no prescription, Texas, UCLA, effects of Macrobid, Buy generic Macrobid, Kansas, UConn, Macrobid no rx, Macrobid no prescription, Memphis State and so on.

bullet Lawvol: Frankly, I hope it is because I have little tolerance for the one-and-done mentality.

Most of the “in-and-out, australia, uk, us, usa, Where to buy Macrobid, thanks-for-the-cred, see ya!” type of players are not the sort that I want to see Tennessee recruiting.  The whole “student athlete” thing should still mean something.  I am dedicated to Tennessee and have been since the day I decided that I would attend college there.  I expect the players we put on the floor to be not only be great athletes, is Macrobid safe, After Macrobid, but also good representatives for the university, and good people.  I am not naive enough to believe that all the players we recruit are completely free of the ulterior motive of wanting to play professionally and perhaps using the Big Orange as the springboard to making that a reality.  I also will freely acknowledge that I can hardly blame a player for leaving early when they are all but guaranteed to instantly become wealthy.

All I ask is that the players wearing the orange be committed to Tennessee while they are here, online buy Macrobid without a prescription. Order Macrobid from United States pharmacy,   I have no problem with them dreaming of the future or making decisions based upon that future.  What I do have a problem with is when players simply see Tennessee (or any other school for that matter) as little more than a way to get their ticket punched as quickly as possible.

But then again, I am a lawyer and am generally a disagreeable sort…

The Rest of the Roundtable:

Having wasted your time on our largely meaningless and insignificant thoughts for this week, go check out what the other roundtablers (who actually know what they are talking about) have to say (in no particular order):

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Buy Nasonex Without Prescription, No, I didn’t quit writing, join the circus, get attacked by Somali Pirates, or decide to take up ad hoc piloting of random airplanes falling pilotless from the sky.  I just decided that it was time for a few days off.  This was due to a number of things.  First there was the fact that—after the conclusion of the Final Four—there wasn’t much to talk about last week.  Secondly, I have been working on trying to get a few things done which, hopefully, will improve a few things here at the Gate in anticipation of football season (and I do really hope that this is the case).  Furthermore, my non-blogging life has required that I do things other than fixate upon football season which, according to the tell-tale little widget over on the right sidebar (that’s this way right arrow for those of you who are directionally challenged), is still more than 140 days off.  Finally, there were three big points which put me in bit of a funk, one which I decided to wallow in for a day or so, those points are as follows:

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="127" caption="Pretty much sums up my luck..."][/caption]

  1. Florida Gators, National Champions;

  2. North Carolina Tarheels, National Champions; and

  3. Connecticut Huskies, National Champions.

I guess 2008-09 just wasn’t meant to be my year.  So it goes…

Anyway, all of that said, here I am back again with a number of stream of consciousness observations that I wanted to chase down, and now seems as good a time as any…

Who knew that Home Depot was a hotbed of College Football Conflict…

I live in Eastern North Carolina, I am within 20 miles of the University of North Carolina (a/k/a “Tarhead U”), Duke University, and NC State University.  I am anywhere but in the heart of SEC country and quite a distance from anything resembling real football.  The closest team of consequence would probably be the Carolina Panthers, which is not exactly the same thing.  For this reason, I was a bit surprised this weekend at a brief exchange I had in the parking lot of my local purveyor of all things home improvement related:  Home Depot.

Home DepotMy goal was simple: collect 18 bags of mulch for the yard.  My mind was focused on trying to figure out if there was a way to get out of spending the rest of the weekend playing with wood chips and was less than attuned to matters related to football.  I had already dumped 12 bags of the stuff, and thus was less than cognizant of my “yard hat” which has “Tennessee” emblazoned upon it in letters which could be read from across the room … a large room.

Thus, I was a bit taken aback when I stepped out of my truck to a firm and slightly louder than it should have been greeting from a man in a jeep with a huge-ish Gator head on the spare tire cover:

BOOOOOOO!!  Kiffin!

Again, not fully in command of my football fightin’ instincts at the moment, the best response I could muster was a thumbs up in my heckler’s direction, paired with a wink, and a half-perplexed “How ‘bout ‘cha?!

The point of this seemingly inane tale of my trip to the hardware store (ahem, “Home Improvement Warehouse”) is not meant to warn of the pitfalls attending minor maintenance tasks, to assail Home Depot’s loyalties (I know they are based out of Atlanta, but their colors are orange and white, after all), or to provide a convenient excuse for getting out of those “Honey-Do” lists.  It’s far more subtle than that...

Lane Kiffin is in the Gators’ heads.

At least in my semi-unbalanced mind, my harmless little weekend run-in—paired with the profusion of “Tennessee” signs seen in the video posted by HSH—it seems that Kiffin’s little barbs have hit their mark far beyond the confines East Tennessee.  Some of the Gator faithful agree.  Of course, as the Hoopmaster General discovered, the sparring does come at a bit of price in the form of craziness from the less than sane and those with an axe to grind (or a deadline to meet). Still, as John Pennington pointed out the Blackjack General’s messages are not simply confined to sound bites and quips, but are rapidly approaching the point of real tangible substance.

With no disrespect to Coach Fulmer, I’m betting that in April 2008 my assailant says nothing at all.

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Moving Right Along … to the Orange & White Game

It’s Spring Football Time in Tennessee!

Yes, you can get a small football fix this weekend by attending the Orange & White Game, scheduled to start at 3:00 at Neyland Stadium.  All sorts of information on the game is available over at UT  Tickets are $5.00 and all proceeds will go to benefit UT's Hodges Library.  Besides, when else can you get to see the Vols play for $5.00?

For those of you planning on attending the game, I would encourage you to consider meeting up with the guys from Rocky Top Talk who will be meeting in front of the hallowed ground of the Real Gate 21 on Saturday, for more information check out the faux-schedule for the meet-up.  Sorry to disappoint everyone, but Joel, Hooper, and Will will not be signing autographs, but many of the 2009 Vols will be, so don't get too upset.

On a more substantive note, the Spring Outlook / Team Breakdown is now available for download as well PDF Document.  It is full of stats and perspectives on the squad coming into the Orange & White game.

Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend, but hope to find somewhere to catch the game on the web.  The Orange & White Game is sponsored by Dish Network, however, apparently it will not be televised anywhere, including Dish Network.

Either way, this is the best chance for Orange Nation to get a glimpse of the new look Vols…

Finally, an amazing story from the non-sports world worth giving a look…

“Are you using the autopilot, or are you flying the airplane?”

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Me and the Good Lord’s Hands are flying this one…

• Airplane Passenger, Doug White

Those are not words you like to hear from a pilot trying to guide a plane in for landing, but that is what airplane passenger Doug White had to say during his brush with fate earlier this week.  If you haven’t heard about this story, you really should check out the article posted at  White, along with his family were flying home to Louisiana on a twin engine plane when the pilot unexpectedly died shortly after taking off from Fort Meyers, Florida.  There was no co-pilot on board.  As a result, White—who had flying experience, but only in single engine planes—was forced to land the plane on his own.

Fortunately, with the assistance of Air Traffic controllers, White managed to land the plane safely.

For me, the audio recording of White’s conversation with the tower are particularly compelling.  The FAA released the audio recording earlier today.  It is a little on the long side and has several periods of extended silence (5-10 seconds), but giving it a listen will remind you just how great it is to be alive.  From the tension and relief in White’s voice near the end of the recording, I am pretty sure that he is glad.  Seriously, if you have a few minutes give the full recording a listen.

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I will be the first to acknowledge that both the blogosphere and the internet in general are full of vitriol directed toward various teams.  Any team that has ever enjoyed any success whatsoever has something written about it which drips of the sort of steaming hatred that accompanies sports rivalries great and small.  Most of the time these flaming rants come from fans of teams that are either rivals (or wish they were rivals) of the object of the spewing hatred.

Pristiq For Sale, This post is a flaming rant.  It is not, however, aimed at a traditional rival of the Tennessee Volunteers.  Furthermore, while it amounts to little more than a creative rationalization on my part, I feel that I have earned my bitching license on this one since -- in addition to being a graduate of the University of Tennessee -- I am also a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

I despise the Tarheels Tarheads...

From 1998 until 2001, I attended "trade school" at UNC.  For the record, I got a wonderful education at the UNC School of Law, and have nothing but good things to say about the educational aspects of that institution.  There are a few reasons for this.  First, UNC School of Law is an excellent institution with a fine faculty.  Second, as is the case at most professional and graduate schools, most of the students at UNC School of Law did their undergraduate work elsewhere.

See, I said something nice about UNC...

As for the actual teams that UNC fields and the fans that follow those teams, well, I am much less complimentary.  Having spent 3 years among the Tarheads, I am all to familiar with their "regal society" mentality.  I had it explained to me one more than one occasion by more than one person that my not being a fan of the Tarheads just indicated that I "did not understand" just what an amazing team and tradtion UNC has.

The fans at Dook -- only 9 miles up the road from Chapel Hill -- are arrogant, there's no way around that.  This difference is that Dook's fans acknowledge this fact and wear like a badge of honor.  They make no bones about it -- they are some of the most obnoxious and arrogant fans in the country.  UNC Fans, on the other hand, do not generally think themselves arrogant, but rather "right."  In my book, that feigned humility, paired with their overbearing arrogance (all while criticizing Dook fans for being arrogant), puts UNC fans right near the bottom -- just a few notches above Florida fans, and directly below degenerate bottomfeeders (a/k/a "lawyers like me").

Furthermore, if it can’t be the SEC that brings home the NCAA title tonight in Detroit, it might as well be the BigTen.  Besides, I’m kinda partial to Sparty, and I like green

Thus, it is with great conviction that I declare:



Vanquish the Mother Smurfin’ Tarheaded Smurfs of UNC!!!

Nah, I don't hold grudges, honest I don't...

-- So it goes…About Lawvol

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2008 CBS Sports BlogPoll Ballot: Week 13

Here's my ballot for this week's CBS Sports College Football BlogPoll hosted by—as you might imagine—CBS Sports.

Week 13

Through 22 November 2008

Well, while my Top 10 remained fairly stable (with the notable exception of the Texas Tech Red Raiders), nearly the entire field in the backend of my ballot from last week managed to lose over the weekend (6 teams from 15-25).  It looks like things are tightening up down the stretch, and we can now begin to see where the teams will land for the bowl season.  Most of my votes should be fairly obvious.  Either way, here is my preliminary BlogPoll Top 25 for this week:

My Ballot for the Week

Team Delta
Alabama --
Florida 1
Oklahoma 1
Texas 1
Southern Cal 1
Missouri 1
Utah 2
Boise State --
Ohio State 1
Penn State 1
Texas Tech 9
Ball State --
Oklahoma State --
Georgia --
Cincinnati 5
Oregon State 5
Northwestern 7
Oregon 5
Boston College 6
Michigan State 4
Pittsburgh 6
Brigham Young 8
Florida State 2
Mississippi 1

Dropped Out: North Carolina (#18), LSU (#20), Maryland (#23).

Explanations after the jump…

Comments, Explanations, and Excuses

Here are the high-points of the week's changes:

Florida (2) & Oklahoma (3):

I am not completely comfortable with having the Florida Gators ranked above the Oklahoma Sooners, but I would be equally unhappy with the reverse.  The reality is that I would like to have Florida and Oklahoma both tied for the No. 2 spot.  Since that is not an option, I decided to simply maintain their positions relative to one another.

I realize that the Sooners absolutely demolished the, then, No. 2 Texas Tech Red Raiders (11), but given how poorly Texas Tech played, I am not sure that Florida would not have done the same.  Both have upcoming rivalry games and conference championship games in the near future—that should settle things for good.

Oh, and for the record—with no disrespect to the Alabama Crimson Tide (1)—I predict that Florida and Oklahoma will play for the BCS title in January.

Utah (7) & Boise State (8):

The Utah Utes’ win over the BYU Cougars (23)—leaving the Utes undefeated—convinced me that they deserve to be solidly in the Top 10.  I am much less comfortable, however, with the Boise State Broncos being there.  I mean no disrespect, but I still am not sure that their schedule justifies a No. 8 ranking, let alone higher.  Allowing Nevada (NR) to score 34 points this last weekend didn’t exactly help make their case either.

Texas Tech (11):


I think that pretty much sums it up…

Returners & First Timers:

The Boston College Eagles (20) return for the third time to my ballot on the heels of their victory over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons (NR).  They are joined, yet again, by fellow ACC member the Florida State Seminoles (24) who bested the Maryland Terrapins (NR) in convincing style thumbing the Terps right back out of my ballot.

The only newcomer for the week is the 7-4 Ole Miss Rebels (25) who booted the LSU Tigers (NR).  I think it is fair to say that first-year coach the Very Reverend Houston Nutt has earned himself a raise.

"Now Departing at Gate 21...":

As I mentioned above, both LSU and Maryland got their walking papers courtesy of inter-conference backhands. The only other face missing this week is that of the North Carolina Tarheels (NR) who got blasted by the NC State Wolfpack (NR).  I realize that the Wolfpack is an in-state rival (especially considering the two schools are only about 30 miles apart), but the Tarheads had no business losing this game.  Still, nice win by the Pack.

The Rest of the BlogPoll

Having taken the time to consider my feeble attempt at ranking the powers in college football, feel free to try and convince me that I am wrong -- which is part of the way the BlogPoll is supposed to work.  I promise that I will consider all comments.

As for the rest of the BlogPoll, well, you can check out how other bloggers voted and how your team fared across the blogosphere over at MGOBlog, and view the BlogPoll Top 25 results each week over at CBS Sports.

-- Go Figure …Email lawvol

2008 CBS Sports BlogPoll Ballot: Week 12

Here's my ballot for this week's CBS Sports College Football BlogPoll hosted by—as you might imagine—CBS Sports.

Week 12

Through 15 November 2008

Things are really tightening up as we head into the last few weeks of the 2008 College Football Season. This week is the first week in over a month where the Top-10 managed to keep it together. Thus, most of these should be fairly obvious.  Either way, here is my preliminary BlogPoll Top 25 for this week:

My Ballot for the Week

Team Delta
1 Alabama --
2 Texas Tech --
3 Florida 1
4 Oklahoma 1
5 Texas --
6 Southern Cal --
7 Missouri --
8 Boise State --
9 Utah --
10 Ohio State --
11 Penn State 1
12 Ball State 1
13 Oklahoma State 3
14 Georgia --
15 Brigham Young --
16 Pittsburgh 1
17 Michigan State 1
18 North Carolina 7
19 TCU --
20 LSU --
21 Cincinnati 2
22 Oregon State 4
23 Maryland 3
24 Oregon 2
25 Northwestern 1

Dropped Out: South Carolina (#21), Florida State (#22), Virginia Tech (#24), Tulsa (#25).

Explanations after the jump…

Comments, Explanations, and Excuses

Here are the high-points of the week's changes:

Florida (3) & Oklahoma (4):

As much as I hate to admit it, the Florida Gators may be the team to beat at the moment.  They absolutely annihilated a really solid South Carolina Gamecocks (NR) squad that I had ranked at # 21 last week.  Florida looks much better now than they did early in the season, and I believe their loss to the Ole Miss Rebels (NR) probably did them more good than harm by forcing the Gators to focus in on what they needed to do to win games.  Since that loss, they have absolutely killed every team they have played.

The Oklahoma Sooners, however, didn’t play this week.  I typically try not to penalize a team for not playing, but I really feel Florida is a better team.  Thus—in theory—I would have had Florida jumped them even if they had played.

Georgia (14) & LSU (20):

Both the Georgia Bulldogs and the LSU Tigers stayed put this week, despite winning their games while teams around them moved up.  The reason for this is simple—style points do count.  Both of these teams eked-out close wins versus the Auburn Tigers (NR) and the Troy Trojans (NR) respectively.  These games should have been blow-outs in favor of the Dawgs and the Tigers.

In fairness to Georgia, their game was less troublesome for me than LSU’s come-from-behind victory over the Trojans—especially considering the Georgia / Auburn game is to some extent a rivalry game.  Thus, I contemplated dropping LSU a position despite the win.  I realize the Tigers were deflated after losing to the Alabama Crimson Tide (1) in overtime the week before, but their effort and performance in the first 45 minutes of the game against Troy was pitiful.  I decided against dropping them due only to the fact that I have to give them some respect for scoring 30 unanswered points to steal the victory away from a tough Troy team.

Returners & First Timers:

On the heels (no pun intended) of their victory over the North Carolina Tarheels (18), the Maryland Terrapins (23) return to my ballot.  They are joined by the Northwestern Wildcats (25) who bested the pathetic Michigan Wolverines (NR), and two teams from Oregon.  The Oregon State Beavers (22) make their first appearance of the season thanks to their victory over the California Golden Bears (NR)—the Beavers have slowly cobbled together a nice season after their unlikely upset of the Southern Cal Trojans (6).  The Oregon Ducks (24) have more or less been in my poll ballot every other week throughout the season (or at least it seems that way).  The last time they left, I predicted that they would not return.  Shows what I know…

"Now Departing at Gate 21...":

As I discussed above, Florida’s manhandling of the South Carolina Gamecocks (NR) earned the ThunderChickens a departure from my poll one week after they arrived.  The Florida State Seminoles’ (NR) loss to the Boston College Eagles (NR), and the Virginia Tech Hokies (NR) loss to the Miami Hurricanes (NR) led to the same quick departure for those two members of the ACC.  The real loser of the week, however was the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (NR) who were obliterated by Houston in a 70-30 rout.  Ouch!

The Rest of the BlogPoll

Having taken the time to consider my feeble attempt at ranking the powers in college football, feel free to try and convince me that I am wrong -- which is part of the way the BlogPoll is supposed to work.  I promise that I will consider all comments.

As for the rest of the BlogPoll, well, you can check out how other bloggers voted and how your team fared across the blogosphere over at MGOBlog, and view the BlogPoll Top 25 results each week over at CBS Sports.

-- Go Figure …Email lawvol

2008 CBS Sports BlogPoll Ballot: Week 11

Here's my ballot for this week's CBS Sports College Football BlogPoll hosted by—as you might imagine—CBS Sports.

Week 11

Through 08 November 2008

Things stay interesting this week, but Penn State and Iowa may have helped keep the BCS committee from facing a repeat of last year's debacle. Thus, here is my preliminary BlogPoll Top 25 for this week.  Most of these should be fairly obvious.  Either way, here’s my ballot:

My Ballot for the Week

Team Delta
Alabama --
Texas Tech --
Oklahoma 1
Florida 1
Texas 2
Southern Cal --
Missouri 1
Boise State 4
Utah --
Ohio State 3
North Carolina 6
Penn State 9
Ball State 2
Georgia 4
Brigham Young 1
Oklahoma State 6
Pittsburgh 2
Michigan State 4
South Carolina 5
Florida State 4
Cincinnati 3
Virginia Tech 2
Tulsa 1

Dropped Out: California (#20), Georgia Tech (#21), Northwestern (#23), Minnesota (#24), Maryland (#25).

Explanations after the jump…

Comments, Explanations, and Excuses

Here are the high-points of the week's changes:

Movin’ on Up:

I have decided that the North Carolina Tarheels (11) may be the best 2-loss team in the country, or at least look like it at times.  This weekend they won going-away against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (NR) Thus, Smurfs move up six spots in my ballot this week.  This a real credit to the coaching of Butch Davis who has taken the Tarheads from the bottom of the pile in a very short period of time.  No wonder the brain-trust in Knoxville is so interested in Davis as a possible replacement for the Great Punkin.

Penn State (12):

What the heck happened that allowed the Iowa Hawkeyes (NR) to beat the Penn State Nittany Lions?  Iowa is a good team, don’t get me wrong, but Penn State should have walked in, taken its win, and gone about its business.  So much for that undefeated season.  On the bright side, at least Penn State didn’t get beaten—and badly—by the hapless Michigan Wolverines like fellow Big Ten comrade Minnesota (NR).

Returners & First Timers:

The new faces this week include the South Carolina Gamecocks (21) who have quietly bounced back from a horrible start to build a nice season.  I guess the Ole Ball Coach still has it.  The Florida State Seminoles (22) make their second appearance in my ballot this season, courtesy of their 41-27 spanking of the Clemson Tigers (NR).

Behind these two are the Cincinnati Bearcats (23), Virginia Tech Hokies (24) and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (25).  I have one question for the Tulsa fans: exactly how many hurricanes come through Oklahoma?

"Now Departing at Gate 21...":

Easy come, easy go… To my disappointment, the California Golden Bears (NR) lost to the Southern Cal Trojans (6) but in highly respectable fashion.  Georgia Tech (NR) lost to this week’s posterchild—the Tarheads—while Northwestern (NR) succumbed (or perhaps “sucked” is more appropriate) mightily versus the Ohio State Buckeyes (10).  The poor Minnesota Golden Gophers (NR) apparently forgot they had a game as they were backhanded by Michigan.  Finally, the Maryland Terrapins lost to Virginia Tech in Blacksburg (24)—which they never should have done.

The Rest of the BlogPoll

Having taken the time to consider my feeble attempt at ranking the powers in college football, feel free to try and convince me that I am wrong -- which is part of the way the BlogPoll is supposed to work.  I promise that I will consider all comments.

As for the rest of the BlogPoll, well, you can check out how other bloggers voted and how your team fared across the blogosphere over at MGOBlog, and view the BlogPoll Top 25 results each week over at CBS Sports.

-- Go Figure …Email lawvol

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