After casting our ballot into the mix, the national ballots have been counted for the SB Nation BlogPoll Top 25. Alabama and LSU still top the polls to nobody's surprise. How far did USC fall, and was Stanford's win enough to move them into the top 10?
Here is how the national ballot played out:
Similar results from our ballot to the national level as far as Stanford, USC, and Notre Dame are concerned. What I find interesting is the bottom of the polls. Nationally, Ohio and Northwestern got a lot more run that our voters gave them. Our voters were more Big 12 centric, awarding Texas Tech and Baylor with spots instead.
BYU received zero votes. Time to start earning back some recognition.
As usual, you can get the full blogpoll breakdown. We are recognized for having a ballot that is third-least divergent from the pack as a whole. You may see this happen often, because we don't have one person fill out a ballot, but rather 7-10 voters calculated into one ballot. This means that one person's outlier picks will be tempered by casting their votes in with a small group.
What do you think about the poll?