Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy -- He's a man! He's in his early 40s! -- has the Cowboys up to #3 in this week's BC Interruption Blogpoll ballot. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Here is our week 10 Blogpoll ballot. Thoughts after the jump.
-- Top 5: LSU and Alabama remain 1-2 this week. Oklahoma State moves up two spots for its dismantling of Baylor and by virtue of the fact that Clemson lost and Stanford barely avoided the upset at USC. Stanford holds this week at #4, while 1-loss Oregon rounds out the top 5.
-- Spots 6-10: Oklahoma is the biggest gainer this week, moving up 6 spots for beating up on previously undefeated Kansas State. Boise State jumps 1 spot to #7, but we still aren't that impressed with the Broncos resume, which gets weaker as the weeks go on. Nebraska is up 3 this week for pounding Michigan State and jumping back into the Big Ten Legends Division title race (or is it Leaders?). Arkansas drops two spots for barely putting away Vanderbilt, while Clemson drops 7 for its loss in Atlanta to the Jackets.
-- 11-15: Houston continues to roll and is now a perfect 8-0 after Case Keenum threw more touchdowns in one game than Chase Rettig has all season. We have the Cougars up 6 spots to #13 this week. If Houston goes undefeated this season, it's hard to see them getting shut out of a BCS bowl game. The Cougars are already 13th in the latest BCS standings and need to finish in the top 12 of the final BCS standings.
-- 16-20: Penn State is probably the least impressive 1-loss team in the country, with an offense that ranks 101 nationally in scoring offense. It will be interesting to see if the Nittany Lions can hold onto their two game lead in the Big Ten Leaders (or is it Legends?) Division with games remaining against #10 Nebraska, at Ohio State and at #20 Wisconsin. Aside, it's more than a little strange that Penn State doesn't play Michigan State this year and the Spartans aren't on the schedule for the final game of the regular season. Speaking of the Big Ten, Wisconsin (#17, down 7) and Michigan State (#20, down 11) round out this group.
-- The rest: Georgia Tech and Washington are in this week, replacing Texas A&M and TCU. Kansas State drops 10 spots for getting smoked by OU.
-- Just missed: North Carolina, Texas A&M, West Virginia, TCU, Florida State
-- By Conference: 6 SEC, 5 Big Ten, 5 Big 12, 4 Big 12, 3 ACC, 1 Conference USA, 1 Mountain West, 0 Big East