AP Voters are in the Minority

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  1. DeafValleyBatnR

    DeafValleyBatnR Founding Member

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    link not working
     
  3. conradj

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    nevermind, it is
     
  4. conradj

    conradj Founding Member

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    USL broke 100, congrats cajuns
     
  5. DeafValleyBatnR

    DeafValleyBatnR Founding Member

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    Yeah

    I had to fix it
     
  6. conradj

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    What is this?
     
  7. DeafValleyBatnR

    DeafValleyBatnR Founding Member

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    Its what it says it is its a comparison web page of all the polls around. You can click on the polls and go see it.
     
  8. ramah

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    The Bottom Line is this ... it's NOT EVEN CLOSE ... great USC smack here ... with the link
    OKLA ... 1.48 1.0 0.89
    LSU ..... 2.45 2.0 1.61
    USC .....3.13 3.0 1.45
     
  9. Sourdoughman

    Sourdoughman TigerFan of LSU and the Tigerman

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    I still think OU is overated, the big 12 was really down this year,
    Arkansas beat Texas, Texas AM hit the skids, colorado wasn't
    much better and then thier was Baylor.

    Good thing OU didn't play in the SEC, they would've lost a lot
    "sooner"

    LSU should be #1 followed by OU, then usc
     

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