|Rank||Team||Votes (Top pick)|
|2||Ohio State||125 (23)|
|4||Boise State||117 (5)|
|10||South Carolina||89 (0)|
|11||Michigan State||74 (0)|
|17||Oklahoma State||5 (0)|
|19||Florida State||3 (0)|
- Apparently, not that many other voters were convinced my vote for Arkansas was a solid one.
- Only Oregon got a vote in ever single ballot (as best I can tell, 129 ballots were cast).
- There is a clear top 11, but no real dividing line, except maybe the fifteen votes between South Carolina and Michigan State, in the top 11.
- You can double guess my ballot (and some of you have), but I nearly flagged the two Florida ballots. I didn't because the rest of their picks looked solid, and one of them explained their methodology.
- Not sure if there is a place to see it, but is sure seems there is an SEC tilt with the voters when you see Alabama getting first place votes, after a loss to South Carolina (who ended up below them in the poll), but Stanford only got included on 22 ballots, though they lost to the top team in the poll.
- Of course, I Stanford was one of my last teams left off, so I am not in much position to talk. Still 'Bama getting 5 first place votes and Stanford only getting 22 votes total is...interesting.