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September 19, 2010 at 12:06 PM

My Top 25

The updated AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll are out, and for the first time this year UW hasn’t received any votes in either poll (just to make that clear — I certainly wasn’t expecting any).
I’m the AP voter for the state of Washington this year, so as always on Sundays, here is my ballot:
1, Alabama
2, Ohio State
3, Boise State
4, TCU
5, Oregon
6, Nebraska
7, Oklahoma
8, Florida
9, Texas
10, Utah
11, Arkansas
12, Stanford
13, Wisconsin
14, Miami
15, Arizona
16, Auburn
17, LSU
18, South Carolina
19, Iowa
20, Michigan
21, USC
22, Pitt
23, Fresno State
24, West Virginia
25, Nevada
My top five were unchanged from last week but I moved Nebraska up a couple spots. I also moved Stanford up a few spots, as well as Arizona.
I’m sure I’ll get questions about USC, but I’m sticking to the thought that the Trojans will eventually be a decent team, and they are 3-0 and have won a pair of road games.

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