BlogPoll Top 25: Texas, TCU Ranked By SB Nation Voters

SB Nation released its first BlogPoll of the new college football season, where all of the college football blogs on the network vote on their own collective Top 25 to rival the media ones. Two teams from Texas made the cut into the rankings.

Texas ended up getting a single first place vote and was slotted into the No. 16 rank with an 8.48 average score, while the TCU Horned Frogs ended up ended up at No. 20 with an average of 6.87 points from each ballot.

Interestingly, there was quite a bit of disagreement among the voters about both schools:

Now on to the extracurricular. First up are the teams which spur the most disagreement between voters as measured by standard deviation. Note that the standard deviation charts halt at No. 25 when looking for the lowest, otherwise teams that everyone agreed were terrible (say, UTEP) would all be at the top.

Texas, entering Year 2 of the Harsin Experiment, takes second, while TCU, which may see its season go up in smoke, comes in third.

For more coverage of the Horned Frogs, stay tuned to Frogs O'War and SB Nation Dallas. For the latest on all things Longhorns, be sure to check out Barking Carnival and join the discussion. Check out SB Nation's college football hub for all the latest news and analysis on the 2012 season.

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