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Ohio State gained the ground it lost in the Computers last week by beating Penn State, however poll inertia is what it is and voters kept LSU over Ohio State, nearly unanimously. Alabama and Florida continue to be overvalued by voters as well as Utah who is only ranked as high as they are because the voters followed suit with the committee. I personally think that was to give justification to put Oregon in the CFP should they win out. Which, they didn't. So I wouldn't be surprised if Oklahoma finds it's way into the top 6 over Utah this week.
Penn State, conversely, was over-penalized by voters for being competitive in a loss to Ohio State this week. The computers still have them 5th despite dropping out of the top 10 in both polls. How the committee deals with them remains an intriguing question with the rankings tonight.
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Not a whole lot of difference between the committee rankings and the BCS for last week, so not a lot to go off of for this week. Other than them not penalizing Minnesota as much for their loss... it will be interesting to see what they do tonight. Oregon is sure to drop out, as is PSU, but will Utah stay above Oklahoma? Will Minnesota stay above Florida? Who will the top two-loss team be? Penn State's lack of respect (as I've addressed in the past two weeks) means they are likely not at the top of the 2-loss pack which is unfortunate because the comptuers say they are better than a few of the 1-loss teams including Alabama.