Blogpoll Results, Week 10: Oregon Ducks Up To No. 2, Five Pac-12 Teams In Top 25

Stephen Dunn

The Oregon Ducks have currently moved up from third to second in the latest blogpoll. The UCLA Bruins also make the biggest jump, the Oregon State Beavers and Stanford Cardinal stick around, the USC Trojans dip, and the Arizona Wildcats stumble.

Here are the latest BlogPoll results from this past week's set of games!

College Football Rankings 2011

Results for Week 10

# School Points/blog SD Delta
1 Alabama Crimson Tide (74) 24.88 0.36 --
2 Oregon Ducks (2) 23.46 0.78 Arrow_up 1
3 Kansas St. Wildcats (5) 23.27 0.82 Arrow_down -1
4 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1) 22.08 0.91 --
5 Georgia Bulldogs 18.98 2.27 Arrow_up 1
6 Florida Gators 18.86 1.70 Arrow_up 1
7 Ohio St. Buckeyes (1) 17.72 6.03 Arrow_up 1
8 Florida St. Seminoles 17.51 2.63 Arrow_up 1
9 LSU Tigers 17.11 3.17 Arrow_down -4
10 Clemson Tigers 14.76 2.64 --
11 Louisville Cardinals 14.58 3.98 Arrow_up 1
12 South Carolina Gamecocks 13.57 2.59 Arrow_down -1
13 Oregon St. Beavers 13.54 3.13 --
14 Oklahoma Sooners 12.96 2.74 --
15 Texas A&M Aggies 11.98 3.13 Arrow_up 1
16 Stanford Cardinal 10.61 2.91 Arrow_down -1
17 Nebraska Cornhuskers 7.37 2.87 Arrow_up 4
18 UCLA Bruins 6.82 3.36 Arrow_up 7
19 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 5.80 3.69 Arrow_up 3
20 Texas Longhorns 5.64 3.21 Arrow_up 9
21 USC Trojans 4.41 3.47 Arrow_down -3
22 Toledo Rockets 2.94 2.64 Arrow_up 4
23 Mississippi St. Bulldogs 2.84 2.60 Arrow_down -6
24 Rutgers Scarlet Knights 2.20 2.48 Arrow_up 7
25 Northwestern Wildcats 2.11 2.73 Arrow_up 7
Others Receiving Votes: Texas Tech Red Raiders | Kent St. Golden Flashes | Northern Illinois Huskies | TCU Horned Frogs | Boise St. Broncos | Ohio Bobcats | Oklahoma St. Cowboys | Utah State Aggies | Michigan Wolverines | Cincinnati Bearcats | West Virginia Mountaineers | Central Florida Knights | Penn St. Nittany Lions | North Carolina Tar Heels | BYU Cougars | San Diego St. Aztecs | San Jose St. Spartans | Tulsa Golden Hurricane | Arizona Wildcats | Michigan St. Spartans | Fresno St. Bulldogs | UAB Blazers | Miami Hurricanes | Wisconsin Badgers | Washington Huskies
Updated: Nov 6, 2012 11:45 AM PST

There are five Pac-12 teams ranked in the top 25 in the Week 10 overall BlogPoll results, and seven overall that received votes. Let's take a look at each team.

The Oregon Ducks have moved up from third to second after running all over the USC Trojans. They pass the Kansas State Wildcats, the team they are likely to fight for the second BCS National Championship spot. If Oregon wins out though, they will probably hang onto that second spot.

As for the rest of the Pac-12, the Oregon St. Beavers stay in place at 13th after beating ASU. The Stanford Cardinal actually DROPPED a spot after shutting out Colorado. The UCLA Bruins leap up after their thrashing of Arziona. The USC Trojans dropped a few spots after their second straight loss, although they did their best to keep up with Oregon offensively.

There are two more teams that got votes: Arizona (44th) & Washington (50th).

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