Illegal Shift College Football Poll Through October 25th

The four of us (Edwards, Cook, Thompson & Warzecha) who contribute to this blog decided to put together our own College Football poll. We started by each filling out who we think are the top 14 teams. Then we took those results and mashed em together to create the official Illegal Shift College Football Poll.

  1. Oregon (4)
  2. Auburn +2
  3. Boise St
  4. TCU +1
  5. *Missouri
  6. Alabama
  7. Michigan St
  8. Utah +1
  9. Wisconsin +3
  10. Oklahoma -9
  11. Ohio State -1
  12. Nebraska +2
  13. Stanford -2
  14. LSU -6

* Not ranked in previous poll.
+/- How many spots they moved up or down since previous poll.
(x) Number of first place votes.

If you think we’ve messed this whole thing up, then let us know in the comments what your top 14 looks like.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Professor B on October 25, 2010 at 8:45 pm

    I do a top ten each week too. Mine is similar. I went ahead and added an 11 and 12 for to my list here. Here it is:
    1)Oregon
    2)Auburn
    3)Boise State
    4)Missouri
    5)TCU
    6)Alabama
    7)Michigan State
    8)Utah
    9)Ohio State
    10)Nebraska
    11)Oklahoma
    12)Wisconsin

    For the record, I think my number one and two could be switched. Auburn is completely worthy of a number one ranking.

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