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AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 14

By Sam Saig, December 1, 2009 5:24 pm

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who has a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida – Tim Tebow and the Gators had no trouble with the Seminoles on Senior Day. Now comes the toughest test of the season by far.
2 Texas – Texas was pushed to the limit by Texas A&M but Colt McCoy continues to impress.
3 Alabama – ‘Bama almost had its perfect season spoiled in the Iron Bowl. The Tide must be substantially better in the SEC Title Game.
4 TCU
5 Cincinnati
6 Boise State
7 Oregon – The Ducks have used the bye week to prepare for a Civil War for the ages.
8 Ohio State 2
9 Iowa 4
10 Georgia Tech – Surprising loss to Georgia.
11 Penn State 1
12 Oregon State – The Beavers will be underdogs this Thursday, but that’s just how Mike Riley likes it. 2
13 Virginia Tech 2
14 LSU 2
15 Pittsburgh – Tough loss to West Virginia. 6
16 Southern Cal – Trojans can still make the Holiday Bowl with a win over ‘Zona. 1
17 California – Cal was off this week and will finish the season with Washington. 1
18 Miami (Florida) 1
19 Oklahoma State – A shockingly poor effort vs. Oklahoma, particularly on offense. 8
20 Brigham Young 3
21 Stanford – The Cardinal beat Notre Dame in a classic, and Toby Gerhart couldn’t have made a better Heisman statement.
22 Houston 2
23 West Virginia
24 Nebraska
25 Utah 4
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out:Clemson (#22), Mississippi (#24), North Carolina (#25).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 13

By Sam Saig, November 23, 2009 5:56 pm

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who has a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida – The Mighty Gators really took it to those stingy FIU Golden Panthers… yawn.
2 Texas – It would be shocking to see Texas lose at this point.
3 Alabama – Unlike Florida, Alabama had the guts to schedule a real non-conference team late… oh wait.
4 TCU
5 Cincinnati
6 Boise State
7 Oregon – What a thrilling win for the Ducks in Tucson. Now comes one of the best Civil Wars of all time.
8 Georgia Tech
9 Pittsburgh 1
10 Ohio State 2
11 Oklahoma State
12 Penn State 1
13 Iowa 1
14 Oregon State – The Beavers have flown under the radar for long enough. Now for the second year in a row, OSU has a chance to win the Pac-10 against the Ducks. 1
15 Virginia Tech 1
16 LSU – Ole Miss stunned the Tigers in Oxford. 5
17 Southern Cal – Trojans may not be playing for a BCS game but ‘SC can still tie for second in the Pac-10 (and the Holiday Bowl would certainly welcome Pete Carroll and Co.). 1
18 California – Jeff Tedford’s team finished strong in an otherwise disappointing season. The Bears physically overpowered a Stanford team that is used to bullying the opponent. 6
19 Miami (Florida)
20 Houston
21 Utah
22 Clemson
23 Brigham Young
24 Mississippi
25 North Carolina
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Georgia Tech (#8), Stanford (#9), Wisconsin (#17), Arizona (#25).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 11

By Sam Saig, November 9, 2009 5:13 pm

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who has a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida
2 Texas
3 Alabama – Hard fought win over a physical LSU team.
4 TCU – The Horned Frogs may not play a tough schedule, but this is a very good football team that could play with anybody right now. 3
5 Cincinnati 1
6 Boise State – The nightmarish Oregon/Boise State ranking argument appears to have worked itself out. 2
7 LSU – A very game effort against ‘Bama. 2
8 Georgia Tech 3
9 Oregon – Disappointing loss for a team that was a fringe national title contender. Now, the path to the Rose Bowl will not be nearly as easy as many thought it would. 5
10 Southern Cal – Don’t look now, but those same old Trojans are back in the Pac-10 title picture even after a lackluster win over ASU. 2
11 Miami (Florida) 3
12 Pittsburgh – The more I look at Cincinnati and Pitt, the less I can tell them apart. Should be fun when the Bearcats and Panthers meet. 6
13 Iowa – When you play with fire, you get burned. 8
14 Ohio State 1
15 Arizona – ‘Cats didn’t prove much by dismantling Wazzu, but the team still sits atop the Pac-10 with Oregon. 2
16 Penn State 6
17 Utah 2
18 Oklahoma State 1
19 Virginia Tech 3
20 Wisconsin 4
21 Houston 2
22 Oregon State – Beavers are starting to make their annual late season push, and QB Sean Canfield is playing at an all-conference level.
23 Stanford – Tremendous win for Jim Harbaugh’s program. Can they slay another Pac-10 giant this week?
24 Clemson
25 Auburn
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Notre Dame (#16), Oklahoma (#20), California (#21), Brigham Young (#25).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 10

By Sam Saig, November 2, 2009 8:06 pm

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who has a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida – Does destroying Georgia mean anything this season?
2 Texas – The Longhorns laid a beatdown on a very solid Oklahoma State team, and they are now in firm control of their BCS destiny.
3 Alabama
4 Oregon – Last week I believed USC was the fourth best team in the country, and after watching Oregon hand the Trojans their worst loss of the Carroll-era, I am now convinced the Ducks are worthy of this spot. 5
5 Iowa – Make no mistake about it, this appears to be a flawed team. But 9-0 in the Big Ten still deserves at least some respect, and the Hawkeyes have shown resiliency every step of the way. 1
6 Cincinnati 1
7 TCU
8 Boise State – The Broncos may very well be the fourth best team in the nation, but the complete resume does not compare favorably to teams 4-7.
9 LSU 1
10 Penn State 2
11 Georgia Tech 2
12 Southern Cal – 47-20!!! An utterly shocking result for the Trojans. Fittingly, Pete Carroll looked like he had seen a ghost in the post game press conference. 8
13 Ohio State 1
14 Miami (Florida) – ‘Canes had to rally late, but Miami was able to improve to 6-2. 2
15 Utah 2
16 Notre Dame 3
17 Arizona – The ‘Cats were off last week, and they don’t figure to be challenged much this week (WSU travels to Tucson). 3
18 Pittsburgh 3
19 Oklahoma State – The Cowboys were simply no match for the Longhorns. 8
20 Oklahoma 3
21 California – The Bears played a terribly sloppy game in Tempe but they found a way to win. 4
22 Virginia Tech – Another disappointing loss for the Hokies now puts them at 5-3 and 3-2 in the ACC. 7
23 Houston 1
24 Wisconsin
25 Brigham Young
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: South Carolina (#18), West Virginia (#22).

Arguing Both Sides – Oregon Ducks and Boise State Broncos: Who Deserves to be Higher in the Polls?

By Dave Consolazio, November 1, 2009 2:42 pm

There were plenty of teams rooting for Oregon to beat USC last night, but Boise State had more to root for than anyone. Not only did the loss bounce the Trojans from the national title picture, but it also strengthened Boise State’s resume, as their win over Oregon got even stronger.

Which brings us to a very interesting dilemma; how are we going to deal with the BCS ranking of these two teams? Both schools have very strong arguments, and thanks to the largely imperfect system that is the BCS, no one answer will satisfy everyone.

Let’s just say that Boise State and Oregon both run the table (not too much of a stretch with the way these two teams are playing). After all the smoke has cleared, who should be ahead of who?

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AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 9

By Sam Saig, October 26, 2009 4:53 pm

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who has a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida – Unimpressive win, but a win nonetheless.
2 Texas – A big game with Oklahoma State this week. Could be the last legitimate threat on the schedule for the ‘Horns.
3 Alabama – Unimpressive win, but a win nonetheless.
4 Southern Cal – The Trojans were tested for a second straight week, but found a way. The defense has shown a few chinks in the armor, so it should be interesting to see how the unit performs at Autzen.
5 Cincinnati – Even without Tony Pike the Bearcats didn’t skip a beat.
6 Iowa – The Hawkeyes looked beaten late but found a way to keep their dream season going. 3
7 TCU – Count me in as a believer of the underrated Horned Frogs. 4
8 Boise State 1
9 Oregon – Dominating performance against the rival Huskies. Now we will see if the Ducks can take the biggest step of all towards becoming Pac-10 champions. 1
10 LSU 4
11 Oklahoma State 1
12 Penn State 1
13 Georgia Tech 1
14 Ohio State 1
15 Virginia Tech 1
16 Miami (Florida) – Tough loss for the ‘Canes in an entertaining game. 8
17 Utah 1
18 South Carolina 3
19 Notre Dame 1
20 Arizona – The ‘Cats are quietly in the hunt to win the Pac-10, and if the defense can play up to its capabilities, a Rose Bowl birth is possible.
21 Pittsburgh - Impressive blowout of a solid USF team 4
22 West Virginia 1
23 Oklahoma 1
24 Houston
25 California – Can Jeff Tedofrd’s team win out? The offense is certainly starting to look like itself again.
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Brigham Young (#17), Texas Tech (#19), Kansas (#24).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 8

By Sam Saig, October 19, 2009 4:22 pm

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who runs a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially just like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida – Arkansas probably should have won at “The Swamp” but Tim Tebow always finds a way to drive his team down the field at the end.
2 Texas – Unfortunate circumstances surrounding the win over OU, but the Texas defense was sensational throughout the game.
3 Alabama
4 Southern Cal – The Trojans were tested to the final second, but in the end, ‘SC won its eighth straight against the Irish.
5 Cincinnati – Impressive win over a very good USF team. Will Pike be effective after the injury? 5
6 LSU
7 Boise State
8 Miami (Florida) – The win over Georgia Tech is looking excellent right now. 1
9 Iowa 2
10 Oregon – The Ducks were off this week, and now they must avoid being upset in Seattle by Jake Locker and the Huskies. 2
11 TCU 2
12 Oklahoma State 5
13 Penn State 3
14 Georgia Tech – Impressive win over the Hokies, and the BCS is still very much in sight 6
15 Ohio State – Buckeyes are really struggling on offense. 7
16 Virginia Tech – Hokies’ national title hopes ended in Atlanta. 11
17 Brigham Young 4
18 Utah
19 Texas Tech – Big win over Nebraska.
20 Notre Dame – A game effort by the Irish vs. ‘SC. 2
21 South Carolina – The Gamecocks put together a respectable performance against ‘Bama. 1
22 Oklahoma – Still a team that could beat many in the Top-25, with or without Bradford. 8
23 West Virginia
24 Kansas 5
25 Pittsburgh
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Nebraska (#15), Missouri (#23), Wisconsin (#24), Auburn (#25).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 7

By Sam Saig, October 12, 2009 11:53 am

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who runs a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially just like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida – With Tim Tebow’s health garnering most of the attention, it’s easy to forget just how dominant that Gator D is. They put on a show against LSU.
2 Texas
3 Alabama
4 Southern Cal – The Trojans have a chance to gain some real momentum if they can win in South Bend. 1
5 Virginia Tech 1
6 LSU – Great defense, work-in-progress on offense (especially at QB). 2
7 Boise State
8 Ohio State
9 Miami (Florida) 2
10 Cincinnati 1
11 Iowa – Very solid win against Michigan 1
12 Oregon – The Ducks showcased excellent defense and special teams play in Pasadena. 1
13 TCU – The Horned Frogs looked vulnerable against Air Force. 3
14 Oklahoma – With Bradford back, they have a chance against ANYONE. 7
15 Nebraska – Quality road win over Missouri in tough conditions. 2
16 Penn State 3
17 Oklahoma State 3
18 Notre Dame
19 Kansas 3
20 Georgia Tech – Offense looked unstoppable against FSU (Bobby Bowden is still cringing at the site of that triple option).
21 Brigham Young 1
22 South Carolina 1
23 Missouri – Mizzou battled in tough loss against a very good Nebraska team.
24 Wisconsin – The Badgers actually hung tough with Ohio State but a few errors cost them.
25 Auburn – Tigers had a poor showing in Fayetteville against the Razorbacks. 10
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Georgia (#20), Mississippi (#24), Stanford (#25).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 6

By Sam Saig, October 5, 2009 11:51 am

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who runs a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially just like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida
2 Texas
3 Alabama
4 LSU – Good gut check win over Georgia. 2
5 Southern Cal – The Trojans are starting to make a familiar run at the Pac-10 title after dismantling one of the conference favorites. With Notre Dame, Oregon State, and Oregon coming up, the next few weeks will tell us a lot about this SC team.
6 Virginia Tech 2
7 Boise State
8 Ohio State
9 Cincinnati 1
10 TCU 1
11 Miami (Florida) – Great bounce back win over Oklahoma. The young ‘Canes are starting to grow up in these big games. 6
12 Iowa – Another close win against an inferior opponent (24-21 over Arkansas State).
13 Oregon – The annihilation of Wazzu was expected. Now the Ducks head to Pasadena for an important game against UCLA. 2
14 Oklahoma State
15 Auburn 3
16 Kansas 9
17 Nebraska 6
18 Notre Dame – A very entertaining overtime win against U-Dub. Jimmy Clausen has been great so far in ’09.
19 Penn State
20 Georgia 4
21 Oklahoma 12
22 Brigham Young 2
23 South Carolina – Can the Old Ball Coach get his Gamecocks over the hump this year?
24 Mississippi 2
25 Stanford – The Cardinal have one of the best running backs in the country, and they are playing inspired football right now.
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Houston (#13), California (#20), Michigan (#21).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 5

By Sam Saig, September 28, 2009 11:45 am

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who runs a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially just like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida - Scary moment for Gator Nation against UK, and now the season hinges on the health of “Superman”.
2 Texas
3 Alabama
4 Virginia Tech - Lane Stadium continues to be one of the toughest places to play in college football, as “The U” found out the hard way. 8
5 Southern Cal - A couple of upsets and USC is right back in the top five despite an unimpressive win. The game in Berkeley will answer many of the questions about the 2009 Trojans. 3
6 LSU 1
7 Boise State 4
8 Ohio State – Defense is playing extremely well. 2
9 Oklahoma
10 Cincinnati 4
11 TCU 4
12 Iowa - The Hawkeyes continue to own Penn State, and the win over UA looks good right now.
13 Houston – Tremendous win over Texas Tech. The Cougars are as hot as anyone right now. 7
14 Oklahoma State 2
15 Oregon – The Ducks came back in a BIG way this week, as both the offense and defense looked spectacular. Oregon is a different team at Autzen.
16 Georgia 1
17 Miami (Florida) – ‘Canes showed that they aren’t there yet. 4
18 Auburn 3
19 Penn State 14
20 California – The Bears looked awful against Oregon, but they have a chance to redeem themselves right away against ‘SC. 16
21 Michigan 3
22 Mississippi – Bad performance by Snead and the rest of the Rebels offense. 16
23 Nebraska 1
24 Brigham Young 1
25 Kansas
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Florida State (#19), Washington (#22), Missouri (#25).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 4

By Sam Saig, September 21, 2009 9:39 am

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who runs a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially just like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

Rank Team Delta
1 Florida – Certainly not the annihilation we thought it would be but a win nonetheless.
2 Texas – Solid revenge win over Texas Tech this week. 1
3 Alabama 1
4 California – On paper this team is capable of winning every game it plays, but we still have a LOT to learn about how they will do with ultra-high expectations. 2
5 Penn State
6 Mississippi 1
7 LSU 3
8 Southern Cal – I’m not ready to write the Trojans off yet. Would it really surprise anyone if they won out? 6
9 Oklahoma 2
10 Ohio State 2
11 Boise State – Entertaining win on the road against Fresno State. 1
12 Virginia Tech – Very nice win against a strong Nebraska team. 1
13 Miami (Florida) – Is the U back? The exciting Jacory Harris makes me want to believe after another fantastic performance against Georgia Tech. 8
14 Cincinnati – Impressive win in Corvallis. Tony Pike deserves to be mentioned as one of the best signal callers in America. 2
15 TCU 1
16 Oklahoma State 1
17 Georgia – Offense looks spectacular all of a sudden. 3
18 Michigan 4
19 Florida State – Welcome back to the Top 25 after a stunning win in Provo.
20 Houston 4
21 Auburn 4
22 Washington – Welcome back to relevance Husky football. Sarkisian didn’t wait long to pick up his first signature win with the program.
23 Brigham Young – A huge loss at home equals a huge drop in the rankings. BCS looking pretty tough right now. 14
24 Nebraska 5
25 Missouri
Last week’s ballot
Dropped Out: Georgia Tech (#15), Utah (#18), Oregon State (#23).

AllPac10’s CBSSports.com BlogPoll: Top 25 Poll for Week 2

By Sam Saig, September 8, 2009 7:50 am

AllPac10.com was excited to accept an invitation to join CBSSports.com’s Blog Poll, which is run by Brian Cook who runs a great Michigan blog over at www.mgoblog.com. You can read more about the premise by heading over to the Blog Poll via the link below, but it is essentially just like a coaches or media poll except it is made up by top blogs across the country!

We decided not to partake in the optional Week 1 because we aren’t a big fan of preseason polls; with a week of football in the books, we are ready to release our top 25! Comments encouraged!

Rank Team
1 Florida
2 Texas
3 Southern Cal - The Trojans will have a great opportunity to impress pollsters this weekend in Columbus. A win against the Buckeyes may not be enough to overtake Texas at two, but it would be a fantastic statement on the road.
4 Alabama - Quality win over a good Virginia Tech team.
5 Oklahoma State - The Cowboys had arguably the most impressive win of any team in the nation this past weekend after beating Georgia with SEC-like physicality on both sides of the ball.
6 Ohio State - An unimpressive debut on both sides of the ball, but they found a way to win. Now we will find out if OSU can win a marquee non-conference game after so many disappointments over the last few years.
7 Penn State
8 California - Maryland may not be a national title contender but it is a solid team that the Bears obliterated in all three phases of the game. Cal always seems to lose once the expectations are sky high, but as of now, this is a legitimate top ten team.
9 Oklahoma - Good news came for Sooners fans regarding the injury status of Sam Bradford (2-4 weeks is not too bad all things considered), and OU could still find a way into the BCS game with a little luck and a return to form.
10 Mississippi
11 LSU
12 Brigham Young - Say what you want about the way the Cougars won, but they stayed right with the Sooners in the first half (with a healthy Bradford) and most teams are down 28-0 to OU after a quarter. BYU deserves to be inside the important top 12, which is where a non-BCS team must finish in order to be eligible for BCS bowls.
13 Virginia Tech
14 Boise State - Oregon may have looked atrocious but this Broncos team didn’t exactly light it up ether. In fact, Boise should have blown the Ducks out but sloppy play kept the game closer than it needed to be. BSU has a great chance to go undefeated, but they need to be sharper offensively in order to win over more voters.
15 Georgia
16 Notre Dame - Impressive first win, even if it was against Nevada.
17 TCU
18 Georgia Tech
19 Utah
20 North Carolina
21 Oregon State - Efficient win for the Beavers, but they must not overlook a tricky road game at UNLV.
22 Nebraska
23 Kansas
24 Miami (Florida)
25 Oregon - The Ducks did lose to a top 15 team and therefore deserve to stay in the rankings, but if the offense has another dreadful day against Purdue everyone’s patience might run out for UO.

Pac-10 Media Day: USC Picked to Win Pac-10 in Media Poll

By Dave Consolazio and Sam Saig, July 30, 2009 3:45 pm

In what wasn’t too much of a surprise to anyone, for the seventh straight year, USC was voted by the media to be the favorite to win the Pac-10 title this season.

Only four voters were brave enough to put a team other than USC in their top spot; three chose Cal and one chose Oregon.

USC’s schedule looks to be pretty brutal this season with both the Cal and the Oregon games coming on the road, and this is the most vulnerable the Trojans have looked in years. But can you really blame the 28 voters that stuck with USC? The talent pool is never ending, and six straight finishes at the top is hard to ignore.

The Media Poll has correctly selected the winner of the Pac-10 for nine years in a row, and is 26 of 48 in doing so all time. Here are the results of the poll; 10 points for 1st, nine points for 2nd, eight points for 3rd, etc.

1. USC (28 first place votes)… 316 points
2. California (3 first place votes)… 277 points
3. Oregon (1 first place vote)… 250 points
4. Oregon State… 216 points
5. Arizona State… 155 points
6. Stanford… 150 points
7. UCLA… 145 points
8. Arizona… 142 points
9. Washington… 74 points
10. Washington State… 35 points

Unfortunately, www.allpac10.com’s invitation to media day apparently got lost in the mail this year. Alas, there is always next year. Just for fun, here is how the two of us would have voted had we filled out a ballot today.

Dave Sam
1. USC 1. USC
2. California 2. California
3. Oregon 3. Oregon
4. Oregon State 4. Oregon State
5. Stanford 5. Arizona State
6. Arizona 6. Arizona
7. Arizona State 7. Stanford
8. UCLA 8. UCLA
9. Washington 9. Washington
10. Washington State 10. Washington State

Those top four and bottom two teams seem pretty engrained in almost everyone’s heads; as for the middle of the pack, we’ll probably be mixing and matching for the whole month of August.

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