BlogPoll Top 25 Week 4 Results

All the votes are in, the rankings have been tallied, and the BlogPoll Week 4 is out.  A few shake-ups in this weeks poll as Oklahoma vaults to #1 with a win against previously-#6 Florida State.  More blogpoll perspective from FWtCT's after the jump.

College Football Rankings 2011

Results for Week 4

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 Oklahoma Sooners (54) 24.68 2.33 Arrow_up 2
2 LSU Tigers (39) 24.26 2.19 --
3 Alabama Crimson Tide (11) 23.17 1.79 Arrow_down -2
4 Boise St. Broncos 21.46 0.41 --
5 Wisconsin Badgers 20.22 0.62 Arrow_up 2
6 Stanford Cardinal 20.13 1.49 Arrow_down -1
7 Oklahoma St. Cowboys 17.14 3.27 Arrow_up 1
8 Texas A&M Aggies 15.75 4.10 Arrow_up 1
9 Nebraska Cornhuskers 15.66 4.15 Arrow_up 2
10 South Carolina Gamecocks 13.99 3.89 --
11 Oregon Ducks 13.61 4.68 Arrow_up 2
12 Florida St. Seminoles 13.50 5.08 Arrow_down -6
13 Virginia Tech Hokies 12.89 3.69 Arrow_up 1
14 Arkansas Razorbacks 12.88 3.96 Arrow_down -2
15 Florida Gators 12.05 3.44 Arrow_up 1
16 West Virginia Mountaineers 9.70 3.21 Arrow_up 2
17 South Florida Bulls 8.77 4.13 Arrow_up 2
18 Baylor Bears 7.88 4.03 Arrow_up 2
19 Clemson Tigers 6.50 4.28 Arrow_up 20
20 Texas Longhorns 6.36 3.87 Arrow_up 3
21 Michigan Wolverines 4.54 4.19 Arrow_up 4
22 USC Trojans 4.53 4.81 Arrow_up 2
23 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 3.42 4.14 Arrow_up 10
24 Illinois Fighting Illini 3.40 3.93 Arrow_up 11
25 TCU Horned Frogs 2.87 2.84 Arrow_up 1
Others Receiving Votes: Iowa St. Cyclones | Houston Cougars | Fla. International Golden Panthers | North Carolina Tar Heels | Michigan St. Spartans | Vanderbilt Commodores | Miami Hurricanes | California Golden Bears | Maryland Terrapins | Missouri Tigers | Utah Utes | Arizona St. Sun Devils | Ohio Bobcats | San Diego St. Aztecs | Mississippi St. Bulldogs | Penn St. Nittany Lions | Ohio St. Buckeyes | Iowa Hawkeyes | Georgia Bulldogs | Pittsburgh Panthers | Notre Dame Fighting Irish | Auburn Tigers | Temple Owls | Texas Tech Red Raiders
Updated:Sep 20, 2011 6:32 AM PDT

SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Rankings 2011

Oklahoma: Impressive top to bottom and on both sides of the ball, this is a team that seems destined for a date in the BCS National Championship Game.  Several roadblocks lie ahead for them before that day though.  This team will continue to go as Landry Jones goes.

South Carolina: Gamecocks avoid one of many trap games on the schedule this weekend with a tight victory over the Naval Academy.  We've seen this team be good over the last several years, but it just feels like they have the team and talent this season to BCS it up.  Basically, if Garcia can minus the beers and plus the good decisions in the passing game, Lattimore and Jeffrey will carry this team to 10 wins I think.

Oregon: It's unfortunate for the Ducks that they will basically "fly" [pun definitely intended] under the radar for the rest of the season because of their game 1 loss to the Tigaasss.  This team can still have an impact on the National Championship game though as they'll meet Stanford later in the year. 

Florida State: Sure they couldn't seal the deal on a big win Saturday night against Oklahoma, but this is still a pretty good team.  Big matchup for them this weekend in South Carolina against the red-hot Clemson Tigers.

Arkansas: All world talent on offense even without Knile Davis, but the Razorbacks will get their first true test in a big way as they travel to Tuscaloosa to face Alabama.  Tyler Wilson can light it up, but we will see if he's SummerofMallet level talent this weekend against the Crimson Tide, yo.

Clemson: All of a sudden in a two weekend stretch this team could become a force to be reckoned with on the national scene.  Oh and thanks Clemson on behalf of all of us for finally dislodging Chizik's magic horseshoe.

Illinois: WTH Ron Zook Top25? this doesn't feel right.  See my favorite Zook moment below:


Jerious Norwood 37 yard game winning TD against Florida (via sfslickdawg)


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