Oregon St., Stanford Move Up 1 Spot In Blog Poll, Oregon, UCLA Stay Where They Were

Oregon St. is flying its flag one spot higher in the final regular season blog poll. - (Photo by Andy Wooldridge)

Oregon St. moved up to #15 in the final SB Nation Blog Poll until after the Bowl Season, after being #16 last week, and Stanford edged up a single spot as well, to #7, after edging UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship Game. The Bruins didn't slip as a result of losing, staying at #17, and idle Oregon remained at #3, behind Notre Dame and Alabama, just as they were.

Kansas St., Oregon's Fiesta Bowl opponent, is #5, the only ranked opponent (in this poll) that the conference will face in the post-season.

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SB Nation BlogPoll Top 25 College Football Rankings

Results for Week 14

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (42) 24.59 0.88 --
2 Alabama Crimson Tide (11) 23.89 0.82 --
3 Oregon Ducks 21.43 1.88 --
4 Florida Gators (1) 21.20 1.95 Arrow_up 1
5 Kansas St. Wildcats 20.00 1.50 Arrow_up 2
6 Georgia Bulldogs 19.48 2.45 Arrow_down -2
7 Stanford Cardinal 18.38 2.27 Arrow_up 1
8 Ohio St. Buckeyes (2) 18.05 7.51 Arrow_down -2
9 LSU Tigers 17.05 2.14 --
10 Texas A&M Aggies 16.88 2.90 --
11 South Carolina Gamecocks 14.71 1.82 --
12 Oklahoma Sooners 14.36 2.43 --
13 Florida St. Seminoles 13.43 2.14 --
14 Clemson Tigers 11.82 1.39 Arrow_up 1
15 Oregon St. Beavers 9.82 3.19 Arrow_up 1
16 Northern Illinois Huskies 9.68 3.48 Arrow_up 3
17 UCLA Bruins 7.02 2.95 --
18 Utah State Aggies 6.66 3.10 Arrow_up 2
19 Boise St. Broncos 5.09 4.26 Arrow_up 4
20 Louisville Cardinals 4.84 3.31 Arrow_up 7
21 Northwestern Wildcats 4.25 3.42 --
22 Nebraska Cornhuskers 4.00 3.82 Arrow_down -8
23 Michigan Wolverines 3.70 3.07 Arrow_down -1
24 San Jose St. Spartans 3.61 3.11 Arrow_up 2
25 Kent St. Golden Flashes 2.84 3.23 Arrow_down -7
Others Receiving Votes: Wisconsin Badgers | Texas Longhorns | Vanderbilt Commodores | Penn St. Nittany Lions | Baylor Bears | Fresno St. Bulldogs |Oklahoma St. Cowboys | Ball St. Cardinals | Arkansas St. Red Wolves |Cincinnati Bearcats | Rutgers Scarlet Knights | San Diego St. Aztecs |Mississippi St. Bulldogs | Toledo Rockets | Arizona St. Sun Devils | TCU Horned Frogs | North Carolina Tar Heels | USC Trojans | Tulsa Golden Hurricane | Louisiana Tech Bulldogs | Arizona Wildcats | Central Florida Knights | West Virginia Mountaineers
Updated: Dec 4, 2012 9:30 AM EST

Among the non-PAC-12 teams from the west, Utah St. stayed ahead of Boise St., with the Aggies at #18 and the Broncos at #19, and San Jose St. broke into the top 25, with the Spartans in at #24.

Andy_Wooldridge@yahoo.com

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