It was business as usual again with the majority of the top-10 except Iowa, who lost to a tough Arizona team on the road.  I still think Oregon is a step above TCU even though TCU’s competition has been a little tougher so far.  I just feel like it’s hard to ignore the fact that in three games Oregon has outscored their opponents 189-13.  West Virginia, Michigan State and Oklahoma State made their way into the top-25 replacing Houston, Missouri and California.  Houston’s star quarterback Case Keenum was injured for the second straight week, suffering a concussion two weeks ago and an apparent leg injury this past week in a 31-13 loss to UCLA.  If this injury is serious enough to keep Keenum out at least a few weeks, this may be the last we see of Houston in the top-25.  The final ballot will be submitted Wednesday, so let me know if I need to make any switches.  Oh, and my final ballot was mentioned by SB Nation’s Brian Cook for the second straight week.  BSR was named Mr. Numb Existence because our average error was the lowest margin of all the polls.   Check it out along with all the other awards from Week 3!

1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. Boise State
4. Oregon
5. TCU
6. Nebraska
7. Texas
8. Oklahoma
9. Arkansas
10. Florida
11. Wisconsin
12. South Carolina
13. Arizona
14. Stanford
15. LSU
16. Auburn
17. Utah
18. Iowa
19. Miami (FL)
20. Michigan
21. USC
22. West Virginia
23. Penn State
24. Michigan State
25. Oklahoma State

Submitted by Steve Giles