I don't want to fall into the correlation/causation trap, but last week we argued that Florida should be ahead of Oregon in the BlogPoll Top 25. Apparently, that strength and Lincolnesque eloquence of that argument was effective. Or perhaps it was the 44-11 dismantling of South Carolina. But for whatever reason, the Gators are now No. 2 in the BlogPoll.
Now that that's settled, I'll get to work on the Kansas State-Oregon controversy. So much work to do.
South Carolina falls ten spots (not inexplicable) to below Georgia (say wha?). I agree with Andy here: "I think having Georgia ahead of South Carolina on aggregate is weird." On the other hand, and I say this as a South Carolina fan, when you go into the biggest game of the year and have a mental breakdown on the field while allowing a team with very little offense to beat you by 33 points -- you have only yourself to blame if voters in any poll forget the 28-point beatdown you put on another team. Still, Georgia dropped two for narrowly defeating Kentucky.
With that, LSU is the only other Top 10 SEC team left. This could change if Georgia doesn't get beaten too badly by Florida (or wins) and/or South Carolina rebounds to beat what's left of its schedule by convincing margins. But for now, the SEC is down to three teams in the Top 10. Which is tied with the Pac-12 for most and not all that bad, really. Texas A&M moved down one spot for the loss to LSU, which isn't all that bad.
The B1G now has more ranked teams than the MAC. How nice.