BlogPoll Week 5 Results Are Out

It seems like only yesterday we were clamoring for football season, and now we're already heading into week 5.  This week's BlogPoll results are up, and no surprise to football fans who watched the prime-time matchup in Morgantown Saturday night, the LSU Tigers are back on top as the nation's #1 team.  Also in the world of total domination, Alabama climbed back up to the #2 spot after an absolute manhandling of a pretty good Arkansas team.  Notable drops in the poll include the newest SEC members the Texas A&M Aggies after their 1-pt home loss to Okie State Saturday, the Razorbacks of Arkansas dropped as well after their spanking in Tuscaloosa, and Florida State continued its cascade from the tops of the poll as it drooped another 13 points down after A LOSS IN DEATH VALLEY TO DABOOOOO SWEEEENY YEEEEEHAAAWWWWW CLEMPSONNNN FOOOOTBAWWWWLLL.

Although Oklahoma State has climbed all the way to the #5 spot this week, the Pokes have to be feeling the heat as now they have the target on their "figurative" backs as they navigate what should be a tough remaining conference schedule.  This upcoming weekend's matchup between OUR bulldogs and the Bulldogs of Jawja will feature two teams which I think are just outside the Top25 looking in.  I will most likely vote the winner into next weeks poll, but that's an issue for another day.  Full poll results after the juuuuuuummmmmppppppp.......(splat)

College Football Rankings 2011

Results for Week 5

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 LSU Tigers (71) 24.73 0.55 Arrow_up 1
2 Alabama Crimson Tide (12) 23.72 0.74 Arrow_up 1
3 Oklahoma Sooners (9) 23.33 1.03 Arrow_down -2
4 Boise St. Broncos 20.41 2.55 --
5 Oklahoma St. Cowboys 20.23 1.85 Arrow_up 2
6 Wisconsin Badgers 19.25 3.07 Arrow_down -1
7 Stanford Cardinal 19.25 2.37 Arrow_down -1
8 Nebraska Cornhuskers 16.89 2.92 Arrow_up 1
9 South Carolina Gamecocks 15.12 3.05 Arrow_up 1
10 Florida Gators 14.76 2.42 Arrow_up 5
11 Oregon Ducks 14.52 4.34 --
12 Virginia Tech Hokies 14.16 3.21 Arrow_up 1
13 Clemson Tigers 13.61 3.86 Arrow_up 6
14 Baylor Bears 10.51 3.36 Arrow_up 4
15 South Florida Bulls 10.36 3.81 Arrow_up 2
16 Texas A&M Aggies 10.03 4.47 Arrow_down -8
17 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 7.65 4.50 Arrow_up 6
18 Michigan Wolverines 7.43 4.26 Arrow_up 3
19 Texas Longhorns 7.15 3.65 Arrow_up 1
20 Arkansas Razorbacks 6.49 4.19 Arrow_down -6
21 Illinois Fighting Illini 4.85 4.22 Arrow_up 3
22 West Virginia Mountaineers 4.22 3.16 Arrow_down -6
23 TCU Horned Frogs 3.62 3.36 Arrow_up 2
24 Arizona St. Sun Devils 3.00 2.89 Arrow_up 13
25 Florida St. Seminoles 2.84 3.28 Arrow_down -13
Others Receiving Votes: Houston Cougars | Iowa St. Cyclones | Michigan St. Spartans | Kansas St. Wildcats | Penn St. Nittany Lions | Texas Tech Red Raiders | USC Trojans | Utah Utes | Ohio St. Buckeyes | Auburn Tigers | North Carolina Tar Heels | Georgia Bulldogs | Washington Huskies | Missouri Tigers | Temple Owls | Vanderbilt Commodores | Notre Dame Fighting Irish | Fla. International Golden Panthers | Tennessee Volunteers | Louisiana Ragin Cajuns | Mississippi St. Bulldogs | Cincinnati Bearcats
Updated:Sep 27, 2011 6:01 AM PDT

SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Rankings 2011

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