How we voted in's Top 25

October, 28, 2013
Neither Adam nor I have a vote in the Associated Press, USA Today coaches' or Harris polls, and we do not have a voice in baserunning obstruction calls. But we do have a say in the weekly Power Rankings, and here's what we said this week.

Brian's Top 25

1. Alabama
2. Oregon
3. Florida State
4. Ohio State
5. Baylor
6. Stanford
7. Miami
8. Oklahoma
9. Clemson
10. LSU
11. Auburn
12. South Carolina
13. Missouri
14. Texas A&M
15. Wisconsin
16. Texas Tech
17. UCLA
18. Fresno State
19. UCF
20. Louisville
21. Michigan State
22. Northern Illinois
23. Notre Dame
24. Arizona State
25. Michigan

Adam's Top 25

1. Alabama
2. Oregon
3. Florida State
4. Ohio State
5. Stanford
6. Baylor
7. Miami
8. Clemson
9. Oklahoma
10. Auburn
11. Missouri
12. South Carolina
13. LSU
14. Wisconsin
15. Texas A&M
16. UCLA
17. Texas Tech
18. Oklahoma State
19. UCF
20. Fresno State
21. Louisville
22. Notre Dame
23. Northern Illinois
24. Michigan State
25. Michigan

We both have four Big Ten teams ranked this week, with Michigan just sneaking in at No. 25. There's a very good chance, of course, that either Michigan State or Michigan will drop out next week, depending on the outcome of this week's game. … We both remain much higher on Wisconsin than most of the rest of the country. The Badgers have a prove-it game at Iowa this week, and that upcoming BYU game is looking tougher. … Not a ton of difference on our ballots elsewhere, with the exception of Oklahoma State. Adam has the Pokes at 18th, while I just haven't been impressed with their wins over the soft middle of a down Big 12. Of course, you could also make the same argument against some Big Ten clubs.

What does your Top 25 look like this week?



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