BlogPoll Top 25, Week 9: Kansas State jumps, State falls, and Georgia climbs back up

Jamie Squire

We take a look at the BlogPoll Top 25 results after a wild week 9 of college football action.

College Football Rankings 2011

Results for Week 9

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 Alabama Crimson Tide (60) 25.04 2.79 --
2 Kansas St. Wildcats (11) 23.75 2.55 Arrow_up 2
3 Oregon Ducks (2) 23.43 2.44 --
4 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (3) 22.86 2.45 Arrow_up 1
5 LSU Tigers 19.71 0.59 Arrow_up 1
6 Georgia Bulldogs 18.58 0.85 Arrow_up 9
7 Florida Gators 18.54 0.82 Arrow_down -5
8 Ohio St. Buckeyes (1) 18.09 4.93 Arrow_up 1
9 Florida St. Seminoles 17.79 1.45 Arrow_up 2
10 Clemson Tigers 14.53 3.09 Arrow_up 4
11 South Carolina Gamecocks 14.11 1.71 Arrow_up 6
12 Louisville Cardinals 13.83 3.67 Arrow_up 4
13 Oregon St. Beavers 12.67 3.45 Arrow_down -6
14 Oklahoma Sooners 12.63 3.44 Arrow_down -6
15 Stanford Cardinal 10.26 3.46 Arrow_up 4
16 Texas A&M Aggies 10.12 3.31 Arrow_up 5
17 Mississippi St. Bulldogs 8.24 3.72 Arrow_down -5
18 USC Trojans 7.29 3.32 Arrow_down -8
19 Texas Tech Red Raiders 6.79 3.83 Arrow_down -6
20 Boise St. Broncos 5.75 4.17 Arrow_up 3
21 Nebraska Cornhuskers 4.87 3.17 Arrow_up 8
22 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 3.86 3.40 Arrow_up 2
23 West Virginia Mountaineers 2.37 2.58 Arrow_up 2
24 Arizona Wildcats 2.33 3.03 Arrow_up 15
25 UCLA Bruins 2.05 2.96 Arrow_up 15
Others Receiving Votes: Toledo Rockets | Oklahoma St. Cowboys | Kent St. Golden Flashes | Texas Longhorns | Northern Illinois Huskies | Rutgers Scarlet Knights | Northwestern Wildcats | Tulsa Golden Hurricane | Ohio Bobcats | Utah State Aggies | North Carolina Tar Heels | Iowa St. Cyclones | Central Florida Knights | Cincinnati Bearcats | Michigan Wolverines | ULM Warhawks | Arizona St. Sun Devils | Duke Blue Devils | Penn St. Nittany Lions | Ball St. Cardinals
Updated: Oct 30, 2012 7:37 AM CDT

Notes

  • Kansas State took a leap over Oregon after a big defeat of Texas Tech last Saturday. The Wildcats continue to climb in all polls, including the BCS, as they moved to #2 in those standings this week as well.
  • After sliding down to the mid teens following that huge road loss to South Carolina a few weeks ago, Georgia made a swift move right back up to the Top 10 of the BlogPoll after defeating then #2 Florida last weekend in the WLOCP. The good thing about playing in the toughest league in college football is that if you win those big games, you get big rewards, and the Bulldogs are seeing them this week.
  • Mississippi State took an expected tumble this week after last weekend's loss in Tuscaloosa. State still sits at a respectable 17th, but will see movement again this week most definitely either up or down as we face the #16 team in the poll, Texas A&M, on Saturday.
  • USC and Texas Tech both took a tumble along with MSU, as the Trojans and Red Raiders both suffered big losses Saturday. USC's was big in that it wrecked their one-loss title contention hopes, and Texas Tech's was big in that... well, the score for the other team was big.
  • Arizona makes a return to the poll this week after a huge home win (they were the ones to knock off the Trojans). Big congrats to RichRod and it is impressive to see what he's done in year 1 there.

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