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There are five Pac-12 teams in the college football Week 3 Blogpoll, and seven in the top 31. USC and Oregon are in the top five, Arizona, UCLA and Stanford round off the top 25, and Oregon State and Arizona State just miss the list.
Here is your comprehensive 2012 blogpoll. The same five Pac-12 teams that topped the Pac-12 top 25 rankings make the top 25 here. Again Oregon and USC are looking up at Alabama and LSU. If they take care of business though, their matchup in November will mean just as much now as it did ten months ago.
After the jump, view the ballot in full.
Of the Pac-12 teams not named Oregon or USC, who has looked the strongest to you? Vote in the poll and voice your opinion in the comments.
Three more teams in the top 25, and at least two will still be there next week barring massive shockers. Arizona and UCLA have games they should win against S.C. State and Houston respectively. Stanford has a real difficult task ahead of them in trying to beat USC again.
Two more teams are also knocking on the door to give the Pac-12 seven Top 25 contenders.
27th. Oregon State gets plenty of votes after their shocking upset over Wisconsin. Obviously, OSU has only played one game, and they'll have only played one game after three weeks of action (bye), so they'll probably have to wait a week or two to crack this list.
31st. Arizona State has beat no one of note, but through two games they have taken care of business. If they're able to deal with Missouri on the road though, then the Sun Devils could be the next team to take their turn in the rankings.
It's too early to determine anything, but it has to be pretty exciting for the conference not to feel so top heavy.
Which Pac-12 team not named Oregon or USC has impressed you the most through two weeks?
UCLA (70 votes)
Stanford (6 votes)
Arizona (19 votes)
Oregon State (7 votes)
Arizona State (12 votes)
Another team (0 votes)
114 total votes