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SEC takes top two spots in GC Top 25

Written by thomasgoldkamp, September 28, 2011, 0 Comments,
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We’re a third of the way through the college football season, and the rankings are starting to see a real shakeup as more and more teams begin to take on tough opponents.

We’ve gathered a handful of our esteemed Gator Country members and asked them to pick their own Top 25, so we can put together our very own Top 25 poll!

We continue the season with 36 pollsters taking part, and today we debut our Week 4 poll!

There was a big change at the top of our Top 25 this week, as No. 1 Oklahoma was passed by both LSU and Alabama. Despite all three teams playing tough games, our voters put more stock into LSU’s road win over West Virginia than Alabama’s win over Arkansas or Oklahoma’s win over Missouri.

The Tigers took the top spot in this week’s poll, while the Crimson Tide leaped over the Sooners to take the No. 2 spot.

Stanford and Wisconsin held steady at No. 4 and No. 5, just behind No. 3 Oklahoma. Boise State and Oklahoma State stayed at No. 6 and No. 7 while two other teams moved up in the Top 10.

Nebraska moved up one spot to No. 8, while the Florida Gators made their debut in the Top 10 at No. 9, all the way up from No. 13 despite playing a far inferior Kentucky team.

South Carolina stayed at No. 10 to give the SEC four teams in the Top 10 of this week’s GC poll.

Other notable moves in the Top 10 involved Clemson jumping six spots to No. 14 after an impressive home win over Florida State. South Florida moved up two spots to No. 15, while Arkansas fell seven spots to No. 19 after losing to Alabama.

Florida State dropped to No. 24, which is surprisingly the first time our pollsters have had the Seminoles ranked fairly close to their AP and Coaches Poll rank (23 and 24 this week).

Here is the complete Gator Country Top 25 for Week 4:

Gator Country’s Top 25 – Week 4
RK Team (1st place votes) PTS REC PR
1 LSU Tigers (20) 873 4-0 2
2 Alabama Crimson Tide (7) 860 4-0 3
3 Oklahoma Sooners (9) 842 3-0 1
4 Stanford Cardinal 733 3-0 4
5 Wisconsin Badgers 710 4-0 5
6 Boise State Broncos 697 3-0 6
7 Oklahoma State Cowboys 694 4-0 7
8 Nebraska Cornhuskers 640 4-0 9
9 Florida Gators 583 4-0 13
10 South Carolina Gamecocks 561 4-0 10
11 Oregon Ducks 545 3-1 11
12 Virginia Tech Hokies 527 4-0 14
13 Texas A&M Aggies 424 2-1 8
14 Clemson Tigers 389 4-0 20
15 South Florida Bulls 382 4-0 17
16 Baylor Bears 374 3-0 18
17 Texas Longhorns 308 3-0 19
18 Michigan Wolverines 260 4-0 21
19 Arkansas Razorbacks 248 3-1 12
20 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 203 4-0 23
21 TCU Horned Frogs 147 3-1 22
22 West Virginia Mountaineers 145 3-1 16
23 Illinois Fighting Illini 142 4-0 NR
24 Florida State Seminoles 105 2-2 15
25 Michigan State Spartans 70 3-1 25

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We’re a third of the way through the college football season, and the rankings are starting to see a real shakeup as more and more teams begin to take on tough opponents.

We’ve gathered a handful of our esteemed Gator Country members and asked them to pick their own Top 25, so we can put together our very own Top 25 poll!

We continue the season with 36 pollsters taking part, and today we debut our Week 4 poll!

There was a big change at the top of our Top 25 this week, as No. 1 Oklahoma was passed by both LSU and Alabama. Despite all three teams playing tough games, our voters put more stock into LSU’s road win over West Virginia than Alabama’s win over Arkansas or Oklahoma’s win over Missouri.

The Tigers took the top spot in this week’s poll, while the Crimson Tide leaped over the Sooners to take the No. 2 spot.

Stanford and Wisconsin held steady at No. 4 and No. 5, just behind No. 3 Oklahoma. Boise State and Oklahoma State stayed at No. 6 and No. 7 while two other teams moved up in the Top 10.

Nebraska moved up one spot to No. 8, while the Florida Gators made their debut in the Top 10 at No. 9, all the way up from No. 13 despite playing a far inferior Kentucky team.

South Carolina stayed at No. 10 to give the SEC four teams in the Top 10 of this week’s GC poll.

Other notable moves in the Top 10 involved Clemson jumping six spots to No. 14 after an impressive home win over Florida State. South Florida moved up two spots to No. 15, while Arkansas fell seven spots to No. 19 after losing to Alabama.

Florida State dropped to No. 24, which is surprisingly the first time our pollsters have had the Seminoles ranked fairly close to their AP and Coaches Poll rank (23 and 24 this week).

Here is the complete Gator Country Top 25 for Week 4:

Gator Country’s Top 25 – Week 4
RK Team (1st place votes) PTS REC PR
1 LSU Tigers (20) 873 4-0 2
2 Alabama Crimson Tide (7) 860 4-0 3
3 Oklahoma Sooners (9) 842 3-0 1
4 Stanford Cardinal 733 3-0 4
5 Wisconsin Badgers 710 4-0 5
6 Boise State Broncos 697 3-0 6
7 Oklahoma State Cowboys 694 4-0 7
8 Nebraska Cornhuskers 640 4-0 9
9 Florida Gators 583 4-0 13
10 South Carolina Gamecocks 561 4-0 10
11 Oregon Ducks 545 3-1 11
12 Virginia Tech Hokies 527 4-0 14
13 Texas A&M Aggies 424 2-1 8
14 Clemson Tigers 389 4-0 20
15 South Florida Bulls 382 4-0 17
16 Baylor Bears 374 3-0 18
17 Texas Longhorns 308 3-0 19
18 Michigan Wolverines 260 4-0 21
19 Arkansas Razorbacks 248 3-1 12
20 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 203 4-0 23
21 TCU Horned Frogs 147 3-1 22
22 West Virginia Mountaineers 145 3-1 16
23 Illinois Fighting Illini 142 4-0 NR
24 Florida State Seminoles 105 2-2 15
25 Michigan State Spartans 70 3-1 25

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