Week 4 SB Nation BlogPoll Draft: Oregon Is Our New No. 1

September 22, 2012; Eugene, OR, USA; Oregon Ducks defensive end Dion Jordan (96) during the game against the Arizona Wildcats at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-US PRESSWIRE

Better late then never, below is our latest SB Nation BlogPoll, and the Oregon Ducks take the top spot from the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The main reason is that while both teams have been dominant, Alabama's wins are not as good as they were thought off. Arkansas is just awful, and really is probably on the same level as Fresno State, Michigan and Arizona are pretty similar. Western Kentucky and Florida Atlantic, well you get the idea. The teams are pretty much the same, so we made a switch, just because.

LSU drops down after barely getting past Auburn 12-10, then there is Florida State who moves up after their win over Clemson, and part of that has to do with my part of the ballot where I moved them up.

Teams that make a big jump this week are Kansas State after their big win over Oklahoma, and those two teams essentially swap spots.

Basically, this weeks poll goes nuts with a lot of changes, and that seems to be something that is happening to this poll quite a bit. So, just take a look below and check it out.

Here is each our individual polls.

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