|4||Ohio St||Ohio State||Louisville||Ohio State||Ohio St.|
|6||Louisville||Washington||Clemson||Texas A&M||Florida St.|
|8||Florida State||Florida State||Florida St.||Florida State||Louisville|
|13||Washington||South Carolina||South Carolina||South Carolina||UCLA|
|15||Northwestern||Northern Illinois||Miami||Miami (FL)||Northwestern|
|16||Oklahoma State||Northwestern||Washington||Michigan||South Carolina|
|17||Texas A&M||Miami (Florida)||Northern Illinois||Baylor||Baylor|
|18||Arizona State||Oklahoma State||Oklahoma||Wisconsin||Oklahoma St.|
|21||Baylor||Wisconsin||Texas Tech||Florida||Texas Tech|
|22||Michigan||Notre Dame||Fresno St.||Notre Dame||Mississippi|
|23||Ole Miss||UCLA||Arizona St.||Texas Tech||Maryland|
|24||Northern Illinois||Nebraska||Virginia Tech||Central Florida||Arizona St|
|25||Notre Dame||Texas A&M||Iowa||Mississippi||Northern Illinois|
There were two unanimous teams, Alabama at number one, and Stanford at number 5. This is the first time that the full BTD voting committee has agreed completely on a team's position besides Alabama since the beginning of the ranks. The majority of the ranks were not as close either, with the places for most teams beginning to find some slots.
One large disagreement has been Louisville who moved up to number 6, but could be found as high as number 4 and as low as number 10. The rest of the votes were in the middle of that range, but Louisville's lack of strength of schedule is hurting their perception as they may very well be a top 5 team, but will not get much of a chance to prove it.
Texas A&M made its first appearance onto Connor's ballot at number 25 this week, with multiple ranked teams falling out of the rankings. There was also massive disagreement on the Aggies, as Sahr had them all the way at 6, Andy and RVM had them at 9 and 10, and I placed them at 17. The Aggies are a good team, but they are polarizing as well, even just Johnny Manziel is polarizing by himself.
The big losers over the weekend were Oklahoma State and Notre Dame. Oklahoma State fell to Western Virginia and number 18 in our poll and Notre Dame fell straight out of the poll, although they sit at number 26 and with a win next week against Arizona State would likely climb back into the top 25. Ole Miss and LSU had minor falls after losing to other ranked opponents, but are still close to where they were. Andy was actually quite ruthless with the losses, dropping LSU down the furthest out of the committee to 11, and dropped the other aforementioned losers right out of the poll, but winning will get them right back into it.