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How did the Coaches vote in the final poll?

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Link: http://usatoday30.us.../coaches-poll12

On a side note, James Franklin apparently voted for Alabama, Georgia, and Florida #1, #2, and #3 in that order, respectively..... good man.
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You can play around with this thing too.  You can click on the team name to see what their average rank was from week to week to see how they progressed throughout the year among other things.  Interesting stuff.
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Looks like Tubbs voted Alabama #1 as well over Notre Dame.  Middle Tennesee's Rick Stockstill also had the tide #1.

Pretty much everyone else had the Irish #1 overall.
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at least Gene Chizik got to vote..
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Looks like Fresno State's coach doesn't believe the SEC should get a shot at the title as he thinks Oregon is more deserving for the #2 spot than the Tide.
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Coaches have too much skin in the game to let them vote in a poll that is 1/3 of the poll that selects who wins the championship.

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View PostShow Stopper, on 02 December 2012 - 07:29 PM, said:

Looks like Fresno State's coach doesn't believe the SEC should get a shot at the title as he thinks Oregon is more deserving for the #2 spot than the Tide.

Even worse was Mike Riley, who played at Bama. He also voted Oregon #2.

Edited by ALA2262, 04 December 2012 - 08:06 AM.


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The coaches at Baylor and Washington both had Georgia at #11. What a bunch of idiots.