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Blog Poll follow-up

Come to think of it, we've already established that we'll have a weekly power ranking/top teams list of our own (see here, coming soon).

In fact, we were mulling over our preseason picks today.  It's a tedious business, but we want to be thorough and thus haven't released anything yet.

You can count on at least four teams to appear, though---USC, Louisville, Florida, and Boise State.

For those out of the loop, this post is in response to mgoblog's good idea, the blog poll.

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just slap on another 15 teams and participate!

I understand your reservations about disclosing allegiance, but I believe a) it's impossible to be a true college football fan without one, and b) getting your biases out in the open and trying to deal with them is good for everyone. Full disclosure and all that. And I hope that the discussion about the poll will have a lighthearted tint to it, since it's fundamentally meaningless, not worth getting huffy over.
June 10, 2005 | Unregistered Commentermgoblog

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