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September 26, 2010 at 1:55 PM

My Top 25

The polls are out, and the Pac-10 news is that Oregon has moved up to No. 4 in both, and Stanford to No. 9 in the AP, setting up a battle of top 10 teams in Eugene for Saturday.
Here’s my ballot:
1, Alabama
2, Ohio State
3, Boise State
4, TCU
5, Oregon
6, Nebraska
7, Stanford
8, Oklahoma
9, Florida
10, Utah
11, Wisconsin
12, Miami
13, Arizona
14, Auburn
15, Arkansas
16, LSU
17, Iowa
18, USC
19, Michigan
20, North Carolina State
21, Nevada
22, Penn State
23, Michigan State
24, Kansas State
25, Texas
As you can see, I’m among those who moved up Stanford quite a bit after another impressive showing, just physically dominating Notre Dame in South Bend.
Having watched every second of the Oregon-ASU game, I left the Ducks where I had them the previous week — the Ducks were never in mortal danger of losing, but sure could have been had ASU just not imploded at a number of key times throughout.
In fact, my top six remained the same as the previous week, with the Cardinal the big mover in my top 10.

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