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Alabama got three first place votes from the coaches this week after beating Georgia. I can understand Saban but does anybody have any clue in who the other two are?
It's been like that since we first got the top spot, except bama had two and ga had one. Spurrier is one. If lame kiffin said ND deserves the top spot, he is probably the third to vote for bama.
Well done! I support any opportunity to take a (probably deserved) shot at Kiffin. He's the infected pimple on the butt of college football.
Does it really matter? I wouldn't care if half the coaches had Alabama #1 right now, the only thing that matters is the game in January.
Attended: Michigan @ ND 2010 Southern Cal @ ND 2011 Stanford @ ND 2012 BCS National Title Game vs. Alabama-Jan 7, 2013 ND @ Air Force 2013
It should be in usa today tomarrow the last votes are made public.
Probably Richt if GA had a first place vote in past weeks, he threw his voye to Bama.
Richt said he was voting Notre Dame #1 even if Georgia won. My guesses are Saban, Spurrier, and Miles
My guess would be Richt and...Superior BUT there is always the sneaky one in south central so maybe Kiffin votes against us.
I think USA Today usually makes the votes of the final week public in the next week or two. Maybe after Army Navy game this Saturday.
Here are the culprits if you must know......
I thought after the stink made about him being deceptive about whether he voted his team #1 kiffin said he wasn't going to vote anymore.
Nick Saban had Notre Dame at No. 1 and Alabama at No. 2
The three coaches that didn't put Notre Dame at the top were Rick Stockstill (Middle Tennessee St.), Tommy Tuberville (Texas Tech) and James Franklin(Vanderbilt). Franklin had the Irish fourth in his poll behind Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
“This is that time when you say winning’s a choice.“
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