Week 3 BlogPoll: Alabama on Top, 4 Pac-12 Teams Ranked

The Week 3 BlogPoll was released today, and the 92 blogs that participate have voted Alabama as the top team in the nation after two weeks of play. For the first time this season, Oregon State was left out of both the Top 25 and ARV category. Take a look:

College Football Rankings 2011

                                               Results for Week 3

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 Alabama Crimson Tide (19) 23.86 1.00 Arrow_up 2
2 LSU Tigers (33) 23.82 1.97 Arrow_down -1
3 Oklahoma Sooners (18) 22.93 2.52 Arrow_down -1
4 Boise St. Broncos (1) 21.37 3.07 --
5 Stanford Cardinal (1) 19.22 3.44 --
6 Florida St. Seminoles (1) 19.10 3.42 --
7 Wisconsin Badgers 19.08 2.49 --
8 Oklahoma St. Cowboys 16.34 4.00 Arrow_up 3
9 Texas A&M Aggies 15.52 4.02 Arrow_down -1
10 South Carolina Gamecocks 14.59 3.57 Arrow_up 2
11 Nebraska Cornhuskers 14.48 4.15 Arrow_down -2
12 Arkansas Razorbacks 13.37 3.73 Arrow_up 1
13 Oregon Ducks 13.26 4.89 Arrow_up 1
14 Virginia Tech Hokies 13.18 3.13 Arrow_down -4
15 Michigan St. Spartans 9.16 4.48 Arrow_up 2
16 Florida Gators 8.26 4.88 Arrow_up 3
17 Ohio St. Buckeyes 6.75 4.05 Arrow_down -2
18 West Virginia Mountaineers 6.60 3.25 Arrow_up 2
19 South Florida Bulls 6.38 4.46 Arrow_up 2
20 Baylor Bears 6.34 4.71 Arrow_down -2
21 Arizona St. Sun Devils 5.79 4.20 Arrow_up 5
22 Auburn Tigers 4.89 4.16 Arrow_up 11
23 Texas Longhorns 2.84 3.36 Arrow_up 2
24 USC Trojans 2.52 3.42 Arrow_up 6
25 Michigan Wolverines 2.15 3.92 Arrow_up 7
Others Receiving Votes: TCU Horned Frogs | Houston Cougars | Mississippi St. Bulldogs | Central Florida Knights | Tennessee Volunteers | Missouri Tigers | Pittsburgh Panthers | Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets | California Golden Bears | Illinois Fighting Illini | Washington St. Cougars | Maryland Terrapins | Penn St. Nittany Lions | Clemson Tigers | Northwestern Wildcats | Fla. International Golden Panthers | Texas Tech Red Raiders | Temple Owls | Georgia Bulldogs | Utah Utes | Iowa Hawkeyes | Ohio Bobcats | North Carolina Tar Heels | BYU Cougars | Bowling Green Falcons | Iowa St. Cyclones | Kansas Jayhawks | Southern Miss. Golden Eagles | Kentucky Wildcats | East Carolina Pirates | Navy Midshipmen
Updated: Sep 12, 2011 6:27 AM PDT

SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Rankings 2011


Poll breakdown after the break

Teams ranked exactly where BTD placed them

Alabama - BTD has had the Crimson Tide on top since the preseason and the rest of the nation has finally come around after their 27-11 win at Penn State this weekend.

Arkansas - Both BTD and the nation put the Razorbacks at #12 this week. Arkansas is 2-0 with blowout wins over Missouri State and New Mexico.

Pac-12 Breakdown

Stanford, Oregon, Arizona State, and USC represented the Pac-12 in the actual Top 25, coming in at 5th, 13th, 21st, and 24th, respectively. Stanford also received one first place vote.

Going down to the ARV category, you begin to see a lot of Pac-12 members. There's California at #34, Washington State at 36, and Utah at #45.

Oregon State Watch

The Beavers dropped out of the ARV category after their 35-0 loss against Wisconsin this weekend. The loss dropped them to 0-2 going into the bye week.

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If you want to explore the poll more, click here to see how Building the Dam voted.

--Connor

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