Mumme Poll, Week 7

Rank Team Votes (Top pick)
1 Auburn 108 (18)
2 Oklahoma 108 (17)
3 Oregon 106 (63)
4 Boise State 104 (6)
5 TCU 102 (1)
6 Michigan State 101 (0)
7 LSU 96 (2)
8 Alabama 91 (2)
9 Utah 51 (0)
10 Wisconsin 49 (0)
11 Stanford 35 (0)
12 Ohio State 31 (0)
13 Oklahoma State 30 (0)
13 Missouri 30 (0)
15 Iowa 15 (0)
16 Florida State 13 (0)
17 Nebraska 7 (0)
18 Arkansas 3 (0)
18 Arizona 3 (0)
20 Mississippi State 2 (0)
21 Ball State 1 (0)
21 Oregon State 1 (0)
21 Virginia Tech 1 (0)
21 Northwestern 1 (0)
21 South Carolina 1 (0)

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COMMENTS

  • Tiebreaker comes into play this week, with the logjam at #1.
  • Oregon has to settle for third, despite garnering the most tiebreaker votes by a wide margin.
  • We’re already seeing consolidation at the top – notice the drop in votes from Alabama to Utah.
  • Still no Big East votes.

14 Comments

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14 responses to “Mumme Poll, Week 7

  1. Thinking Bulldog

    So, around 60% of voters think Oregon is #1, and about 15% of voters think Auburn is #1. But because less than 2% of voters didn’t put Oregon in their top 10, Oregon is 3rd, and Auburn 1st. Interesting outcome.

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  2. I really like Ledcow’s vote for Ball State.

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  3. Sanford222View

    I am really surprised Oregon was left off of two ballots completely. I can understand not having them in the top spot but not in the Top 10?

    If you left them off your ballot I would be interested in hearing why.

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  4. Kevin

    Possible flaw in the Mumm? 63 1st place votes yet left outta the title game?

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    • Um… it’s Week Seven. Long ways to go.

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      • Kevin

        ha, I know.. just stirring the pot.

        I’m sure it’ll all suss out by the end.

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        • Ausdawg85

          No disrespect, but it didn’t “suss” last year. You can bend over backwards to accept arguments about omitting BSU and TCU from the top 10 (maybe…), but omitting Oregon at this stage is either twisted logic, a crummy self-made computer program, or purposeful manipulation. Kind of like any of the other polls, sadly.

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          • Ausdawg85

            I should note, however, that the ballot confirmation / peer review feature does appear to be a better attempt a policing this. Good for you Senator.

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  5. Wolfman

    I’m having trouble locating where I can view other people’s ballot or who voted for whom. Help?

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