Every team ranked No. 9 to No. 20 is 9-2.
That includes No. 19 TCU.
The highest ranked three-loss team is No. 21 Baylor.
Now I could swear Baylor beat TCU on Sept. 2, 50-48.
TCU is 19th with 456 votes. Baylor is 21st with 383 votes.
Baylor should be ranked higher than TCU. The Bears lost by 1-point to No. 16 Kansas State in Manhattan. The only really bad loss the Bears have is a 55-28 dog at A&M. Their win at Kansas was a victory dressed as a loss.
This latest ranking is more proof that the regular season is not an 11-week "playoff" the BCS mouthpieces claim it is. It's just more proof the polls are nothing more than a total joke, and the argument that what a team does in November is just as important as what you do in September is folly.
UPDATE: The BCS standings, which are usually trash, got this right:
Baylor is ranked 18th and TCU is 20th.
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