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Block U Pac-12 Power Poll: Week 10

We're moving into November, and the home stretch of the season, where does Utah stand?

Gene Sweeney Jr.

Things are starting to get crazy, especially in the Pac-12 South. Right now, it's a three horse race between Arizona, Arizona State and Utah for the division title, and a birth in the Pac-12 Championship Game. Those are the three teams that populates all of our individual ballots from spots 2-4, with each team rotating in each spot. Oregon is still No. 1, and by a decent margin too. Washington and UCLA have settled into the 7 and 8 spots in our polls, by in large, and Cal, OSU, WSU and Colorado are the four teams that are generally in the bottom of all of our polls, with Wasghinton making one appearance for Andrew in his bottom four.

Check out all of our individual ballots here:

Shane Steven Daniel Alex Adia Andrew Adam Joseph
1 Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon
2 Arizona Arizona Utah ASU Utah ASU Utah Utah
3 Utah ASU ASU Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona
4 ASU Utah Arizona Utah ASU Utah ASU ASU
5 USC Stanford Stanford USC Stanford USC USC Stanford
6 Stanford UCLA USC Stanford UCLA Stanford Stanford USC
8 UCLA Washington Washington Washington Washington Cal Washington Washington
9 Cal Cal OSU Cal Cal Washington Cal OSU
11 WSU WSU Colorado WSU WSU WSU WSU Colorado
12 Colorado Colorado WSU Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado WSU

Below is the overall Block U Power Poll.

This Week Team Last Week
1 1
T2 T4
T2 3
4 T4
5 7
6 2
7 6
8 8
9 10
10 9
11 11
12 12

Utah, Arizona and Stanford all made jumps after some big wins this past weekend. USC took a sizable stumble after losing late Satuday night, at Rice-Eccles Stadium, dropping to 6th. UCLA continues their slide, even after their shaky win over Colorado in overtime, where CU had come back from a 3 TD deficit and had chances to win at the end. Next week we should see some more shakeups, as there are plenty of conference games that will play big roles in the conference championship race.

What do you think of our poll? Who is too high, and who is too low? Let us know what you think in the comments below!