Here's my preliminary BlogPoll ballot thinking, and it is informed both by a second week of information and by a transitive property based on how their opening-week opponents did:
Win over VT looks better this week.
This week's BYU -- best win of the CFB season so far.
Affirmed last week's win as no fluke, esp. on D.
Steamroller...but Troy was hardly comp.
Shaky early, then pulled away.
(Mostly) handled by a team that barely put away Navy.
Steeling themselves for chance vs. USC.
Most underrated team in the country. 70!
9. Boise St
Like BYU, another "affirmation" result.
10. Penn St
Great D. The comp has, thus far, been iffy.
Beat UVA only slightly better than W&M did.
12. Ole Miss
Bye week. Eh...waiting to see reality match hype.
13. GA Tech
Barely put away Clemson, but a good win.
Win over 1-1(!) Washington looks better now.
Crappy comp. But after UT, Big 12 seems wide open.
16. VA Tech
Bama was that good.
Like Nebraska, seeing an opening in B12?
Tempted to put them lower -- not impressed yet.
Off, but last week's win looks better this week.
Too high, but two impressive wins (D-first).
Debut! ND ain't great, but it was a great win.
Debut! As usual, quietly plugging away at Ws.
Debut! Too high, but win at Tennessee is solid.
Nearly dropped 'em after FSU turned out to, y'know, suck.
25. Ohio St
Should leave them out. Two uninspiring performances.
I dropped out UNC, after they lucked into a win at UConn. And an ugly win, at that.
Coming off my Houston-over-Oklahoma State pick, I will call it now: Toledo over Ohio State in Cleveland next week.
Is it me, or is Ohio State just really not that good? The D seems solid -- except when getting run over by Navy's option attack... or Joe McKnight. But the offense is pedestrian. And if OSU isn't that good, then USC's eked win over them doesn't really speak that highly of the Trojans this season, either. But watch the AP voters give USC all sorts of credit for "gutting it out," rather than "not playing all that well against a good-but-not-great team."
(I'm with everyone else: Terrelle Pryor is absolutely wasted talent under Jim Tressel. "Turning platinum into pennies," Spencer Hall called it. I wonder if Pryor is regretting his decision to go to Ohio State. I would be.)