"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
Title pretty much says it all for us.
Some other rankings of interest:
- FSU retains #1 and Bama retains #2 (despite close games for both), the rest of hte top 5 remains unchanged as well.
- MSU at #6, up 2 from last week (they'll be playing Oregon this week, who is ranked 4th)
- Ohio is at #7, down one from last week.
- ND was ranked 15th, up two.
- Nebraska went up 4 spots to 18th
- Wisconsin dropped 5 places to #19 after losing to LSU
Edit: Link (h/t BloomingtonBlue)
Double edit: Full rankings
- Florida State
- Michigan State
- Ohio State
- Texas A&M
- Notre Dame
- Arizona State
- Ole Miss
- Kansas State
- South Carolina
Always interesting when the final poll results are released:
Hoke for some reason voted Southern California #24, making him the only person to give USC a vote.
Hoke gave Northern Illinois its lowest ranking (#25) among all the coaches, and Northern Illinois' Dave Doeren didn't have Michigan ranked. Coincidence?
Other good ones:
Bret Bielema ranked Oklahoma State #11 and was the only person to have them on a ballot and didn't rank Oklahoma. UPDATE: USAToday is taking the fall for this error. Not sure if I believe it.
Todd Graham ranked his own team, Arizona State, #20 and left Michigan unranked.
Texas still rolling top 25 after barely beating Kansas. ND holding tight at 4, which will be an interesting thing to watch down the line.
edit: anyone know where we can see some of the results of that poll/contest we did at the beginning of the year? Pick 1 team top 5, 1 team ranked 5-10...etc...
Michigan is #17 and #16 in the AP and coaches poll respectively. Anyone else worried(If we win) that we might not get to #14 after OSU to qualify for a BCS Bowl? Give me your thoughts
EDIT: Good points. Beat Ohio
And in the newly released BCS Standings, we are at 15