I'm not sure how many of you know of or regularly check out Senator Blutarsky's dawg-blog Get The Picture, but if you haven't you are missing out on a lot. One of the big things that the great Senator has is his dream of pushing his innovative poll voting format, known as the Mumme Poll into the national spotlight. He conducted the first poll in the middle of the season last year with a fair amount of success. It's based on approval voting (which he explains in the previous link provided) and it only takes a minimal amount of time to put together.
So why am i blabbering on about this? Well because of the Senators recent announcement that the Mumme Poll is getting a technical overhaul which will make it easy to use, and a greater number of voters to participate. With the way it works, the more diversity there is and the greater number of voters, the more unbiased results you will recieve. At least as unbiased as we can in the SEC. This is all made possible by the great team over at 3rd Saturday in Blogtober. They will provide the web interface and poll engine to make such a project doable with large numbers in a shorter amount of time. I know the SEC has numbers like no other, and i would love to see this poll take off. Besides, i'm posting this on other teams SN sites, and you don't want them skewing the poll results, do you?
Therefore this is my pitch to you, my fellow SEC fans, in my best "Vote or Die" tribute, i ask you that if you consider yourself an somewhat objective (cause few of us truly are), passionate, college football fan, that can commit to doing this poll consistently week in and week out, Come and Vote, but don't make your Sports information Director fill it out.
Vote, or stay "Mumme"!