College Football BlogPoll
After Monday night's BCS National Championship Game, no one doubts that the Alabama Crimson Tide are the No. 1 team in college football, but how does the top 25 shake out after that?
The Georgia Bulldogs seldom have been media darlings, but the persistence of "The Narrative" even among BlogPoll voters is as inexplicable as it is inexcusable. Fortunately, fans of the Alabama Crimson Tide know better.
Where did the Georgia Bulldogs land in the final regular-season BlogPoll following their valiant effort against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship Game? Find out how the top 25 shook out on this week's ballot.
Much of the national media attention surrounding this weekend's SEC Championship Game focuses on the Alabama Crimson Tide, yet the Georgia Bulldogs' proud legacy should not be overlooked.
Naturally, a new No. 1 and a new No. 2 have taken their places atop this week's college football top 25, but some of these rankings may be surprising . . . and they also may make fans of the Georgia Bulldogs want to puke.
Who's No. 1 in this week's college football poll rankings? By virtue of their resume, the Kansas State Wildcats occupy the top spot, with the Florida Gators snapping at their heels. Here's the rundown of the entire top 25.
Do four SEC teams deserve to be in the top ten of this week's college football poll rankings? As a matter of fact, the Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida Gators, LSU Tigers, and South Carolina Gamecocks all earned lofty spots in the top 25.
The Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida Gators, and South Carolina Gamecocks all received first-place votes in this week's college football BlogPoll, while the Georgia Bulldogs dropped eight spots to No. 13.
Do four Southeastern Conference teams belong in the top seven, and are three of them from the SEC East? Dawg Sports, SB Nation's Georgia Bulldogs weblog, believes so, and explains why in this week's BlogPoll college football top 25.
The Alabama Crimson Tide are the clear No. 1 in the college football rankings, with the LSU Tigers not far behind, but how does the top 25 shake out in this week's polls? Dawg Sports offers one blogger's opinion.
How did the top 25 shake out after an exciting Labor Day weekend to open the 2012 college football season? Dawg Sports takes a crack at ranking the best teams in Division I-A in the BlogPoll.
2012 Preseason College Football BlogPoll Ballot: It's the SEC West's World, and We're Just Living in It
The 2012 college football season is almost upon us, so it is time for SB Nation sports bloggers to cast their preseason BlogPoll ballots. Will the Alabama Crimson Tide repeat as the BCS national champions?
SB Nation's recently-released post-spring college football BlogPoll had the Georgia Bulldogs ranked sixth. Dawg Sports offers a rebuttal to the notion that the defending SEC East champions deserve a top ten preseason ranking.
The 2011 college football season ended only a week ago, so, naturally, it's time to begin compiling pre-preseason top 25 rankings for 2012! Dawg Sports wonders, though . . . why should we limit ourselves to looking ahead only to next year?
The 2011 college football season is over, the BCS national champion has been crowned, and Dawg Sports is counting down the top 25 on its poll ballot. Find out why Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide do NOT deserve to be No. 1 in the rankings.
Dawg Sports is counting down the top 25 in the final college football postseason poll, and the rankings now include Nos. 15 through 6.
Having explained which college football teams didn't make the final top 25 rankings, Dawg Sports lists the 25th- through 16th-ranked teams in the final poll.
Part of the process of compiling a final college football top 25 is deciding which teams not to include. Dawg Sports lists the nine teams that were considered but not included in the rankings, and explains why each failed to make the grade.
The 2011 college football season has ended, and now the blogosphere begins compiling its final BlogPoll top 25 ballots . . . but, first, a few ground rules are in order.
In this week's college football rankings, the LSU Tigers are No. 1 and the Alabama Crimson Tide are No. 2, but which teams make up the rest of the top 25? Dawg Sports ranks the teams on this week's BlogPoll ballot.
It's tough to compile a top 25 following such a chaotic weekend of college football, but Dawg Sports does its best to assemble a sensible set of rankings in this week's BlogPoll.