Yes, Oregon's beatdown of USC was impressive, but no, their list of accomplishments does not surpass Auburn's. Stanford and USC are quite possibly the only good teams Oregon has beaten, while Auburn has wins over LSU, South Carolina, Arkansas, and Mississippi St. If you like high-scoring road wins, see their 51-31 bombing of Ole Miss on Saturday. Oregon is a very solid No. 2, but there's simply no way their achievements equal Auburn's.
Rounding out the top five: Bama is the best one-loss team, TCU actually has a very decent resume for a mid-major, and LSU has the country's second-best collection of scalps. After that, I've thrown my hands in the air, and that's where you come in.
What's wrong with this ballot?
No idea which teams joined us and left us, and it's hard to say who was where last week without clicking back and forth, since my previous week's ballot got all janked while sailing through the intertrodes. I do believe N.C. State is a new re-addition, and I do know USC left us.
What is the BlogPoll?
The BlogPoll is structured exactly like the AP and Coaches' polls, except the voting members are active bloggers who write about college football.