Ohio State Falls to 15th in Week Four BlogPoll

Ohio State falls in this week's BlogPoll Top 25.

A crazy week of college football led to some shifts in all the major football polls, and the BlogPoll was no different. The Buckeyes tumble to 15th, which is one spot higher than they are in the AP. The Bucks are not eligible for the Coaches Poll, because haters man.

College Football Rankings 2011

Results for Week 3

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 Alabama Crimson Tide (89) 24.99 0.10 --
2 LSU Tigers 23.31 1.99 --
3 Oregon Ducks 21.27 4.84 Arrow_up 1
4 Georgia Bulldogs 19.89 2.28 Arrow_up 1
5 Florida St. Seminoles 19.76 4.46 Arrow_up 1
6 Oklahoma Sooners 17.29 5.54 Arrow_up 1
7 West Virginia Mountaineers 17.08 5.16 Arrow_up 2
8 Stanford Cardinal (1) 17.04 3.67 Arrow_up 14
9 South Carolina Gamecocks 16.52 3.78 Arrow_up 2
10 Clemson Tigers 16.04 3.12 --
11 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 14.19 4.02 Arrow_up 7
12 Texas Longhorns 13.63 3.63 Arrow_up 3
13 Florida Gators 12.59 4.60 Arrow_up 4
14 Kansas St. Wildcats 12.39 3.53 Arrow_down -2
15 Ohio St. Buckeyes 11.81 4.82 Arrow_down -2
16 USC Trojans 10.50 4.94 Arrow_down -13
17 TCU Horned Frogs 8.52 4.33 Arrow_down -1
18 UCLA Bruins 8.08 3.65 Arrow_up 2
19 Louisville Cardinals 7.61 3.46 --
20 Arizona Wildcats 6.54 4.55 Arrow_up 3
21 Michigan Wolverines 5.54 4.37 --
22 Michigan St. Spartans 4.59 3.28 Arrow_down -14
23 Northwestern Wildcats 2.59 4.73 Arrow_up 11
24 Mississippi St. Bulldogs 2.56 3.61 Arrow_up 6
25 Ohio Bobcats 1.97 3.70 --
Others Receiving Votes: Nebraska Cornhuskers | Iowa St. Cyclones | Baylor Bears | Oregon St. Beavers | Boise St. Broncos | Oklahoma St. Cowboys | Texas Tech Red Raiders | Rutgers Scarlet Knights | Virginia Tech Hokies | Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets | Tennessee Volunteers | Central Florida Knights | Arizona St. Sun Devils | Missouri Tigers | Toledo Rockets | Louisiana Tech Bulldogs | Cincinnati Bearcats | Wisconsin Badgers | N.C. State Wolfpack | Texas A&M Aggies | Vanderbilt Commodores | Purdue Boilermakers | Utah Utes | Arkansas Razorbacks | Utah State Aggies | Middle Tenn. St. Blue Raiders | ULM Warhawks | Miami Hurricanes | Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Updated: Sep 18, 2012 9:00 AM EDT

SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Rankings 2011

Breakdown after the jump

Our ballot didn't win any specific awards for standing out from the crowd this week. The big standout would be Alabama, who has impressively consolidated nearly first place vote after only playing three games. The lone Stanford vote goes to our favorite Iowa blog, Black Heart Gold Pants, which uses a strict resume-based voting system.

While us Buckeye fans may chafe a little at dropping even after OSU defeated a Pac-12 team, it's hard to be mad at schools like Florida and Notre Dame making a big jump after quality wins over the weekend.

At 15, OSU remains the highest ranked Big Ten team. The league is well represented near the bottom, with Michigan at 21, Michigan State at 22, and Northwestern at 23. The Wildcats aren't ranked in the AP poll, but they've beaten three BCS league teams, and have the schedule to go at least 6-0. Nebraska is top team looking in, and fellow state school Ohio clocks in at 25.

What do you think? Who is too high or too low?

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