BlogPoll Draft Ballot - Week 2

Oregon cracks the top five in our BlogPoll draft this week as new voters are added to the poll.

Andrew and Gary sent their top 25 to me on Sunday, so I added them to mine and ranked our top 25 picks based on the same points system the AP and coaches' polls use (25 for #1, 24 for #2, and so on). That's why there's a few wobbles in the rankings this week that wouldn't make any sense if it were still just my votes.

A couple of things to note: I'm pretty sure Andrew and Gary forgot to vote for Louisville, so that may get corrected before the final ballot is submitted tomorrow morning. There's also a lot of disagreement among us once you get past about 16th or so. I had teams like Baylor and Notre Dame and BYU ranked. Andrew and Gary opted for teams like Boise State, Oregon State, Cincinnati, and even a token vote for UL-Monroe.

Anything you would like us to reconsider? Other than Louisville, of course.

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