Week 4 Rankings

Here are my week 4 polls, as well as the AP and Harris Polls. 
1
USC
2
Texas
3
Va Tech
4
FSU
5
Florida
6
Florida State
7
Ohio State
8
Georgia
9
Miami
10
Michigan State
11
Cal
12
Tennessee
13
Notre Dame
14
LSU (1-1)
15
Alabama
16
Arizona State
17
Wisconsin
18
Texas Tech
19
Minnesota
20
Virginia
21
UCLA
22
Boston College
23
Louisville
24
Georgia Tech
25
Auburn
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AP Top 25, with links to team sites on CBSSportsline:
2 Texas 3-0
4 LSU 1-0 (1-1 Now)
5 Florida 4-0
7 Georgia 4-0
10 Tennessee 1-1
12 California 4-0
13 Notre Dame 3-1
15 Alabama 4-0
16 Texas Tech 3-0
18 Minnesota 4-0
19 Virginia 3-0
20 UCLA 3-0
22 Purdue 2-1
23 Iowa State 3-0
24 Louisville 2-1
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Gasp!
Harris Interactive Poll
1 USC
2 Texas
3 VA Tech
4 Florida
5 LSU
6 Florida State
7 Georgia
8 Ohio State
9 Miami
10 Michigan State
11 Cal
12 Tennessee
13 Notre Dame
14 Arizona State
15 Alabama
16 Texas Tech
17 Wisconsin
18 UCLA
19 Virginia
20 Minnesota
21 Boston College
22 Purdue
23 Iowa State
24 Lousiville
25 Michigan
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and just for kicks:
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Others Receiving Votes: Georgia Tech 206, Penn State 154, West Virginia 132, Auburn 93, Texas A&M 93, Oregon 80, Vanderbilt 47, Clemson 39, Washington St 21, TCU 18, UTEP 17, South Florida 14, Illinois 13, Nebraska 11, Arizona 10, Iowa 7, Fresno St 6, Bowling Green 5, Idaho 5, Kansas St 3, Syracuse 3, Toledo 3, Souther Miss. 2, UAB 1, Wyoming 1.
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Notes:
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  • First off, what up with Idaho getting 5 votes in the Harris Poll? They haven’t won a game, were predicted to be very close to dead last in D1 ball, and are being outscored by their opponents 130-63. UAB is questionable as well. They’re 2-1, their loss coming to Tennessee, and wins against D2 school Jacksonville State and Troy. If they can get votes, Oregon State should be able to do as well. The top 25 looks good though.
  • Louisville: They lost 45-14 to South Florida last weekend which I haven’t quite figured out. Oregon State must of beet them up bad. That loss dropped them 15 spots from 9 to 24.
  • Here’s the ‘definition’ of the Harris Interactive Poll from their website. See a trend? I helped you out.

Harris Interactive has constructed a panel of 114 former players, coaches, administrators and current and former media who have committed to submitting ranking college teams each week. These panelists were randomly selected from among more than 300 nominations submitted by the conference offices and Notre Dame Athletics Director Kevin White. The panel has been designed to be as tatistically valid representation of all 11 Division I-A conferences and Notre Dame. Poll participants will rank the Top 25 teams on aweekly basis during the 2005 season, beginning September 25th through December4th. The results will be released weekly and added to the College Football Poll News & Rankings. Consistent with the BCS desire for transparency, panelist names and their final season ballots will be released following the December 4th overall
rankings release.

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