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Block U Pac-12 Power Poll: Week 11

Four more games, and things are starting to shake out.

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Week two of November, and it looks like the North is all but determined with Oregon, and ASU is in the drivers seat in the South, but there is still a lot of football to be played.

Here is this week's power poll:

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

Things have settled in a bit for me over the last three or so weeks. Right now, it's Oregon at a comfy No. 1 in the Power Poll, although, as we've seen, they have their own flaws. Then there's the group of the Arizona schools, USC and Utah in that next category, each one fighting for the No. 2 spot, and each one beating another team in that group at some point this season. Then the next four of UCLA, Stanford, Cal, and UW are fighting to find some consistency and string some wins together. And lastly, OSU is struggling without Brandin Cooks, and CU is teasing their fan base with some close losses, while WSU has lost Conner Halliday, their primary weapon.

If you had a diagram of all the teams that have beaten each other, then this league is the model for cannibalization. Regardless, this truly is a balanced league, and easily the funnest to watch.

What are your thoughts with this weeks power poll? Which teams are too high, which are too low?