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Why the human polls should have less say in who plays for the title

I was thinking today about the polls and how wrong the poll voters have been this year. I think they got more wrong in the pre-season polls than ever before. Does anyone else think the computer rankings should have more of a say in who plays for the title? And who gets into BCS bowl games?

Here's a list of teams that were ranked in the top 25 and their ranking to start the year that obviously shouldn't have been.

#5 Michigan
#9 Va Tech
#10 Louisville
#14 UCLA
#15 Tennessee
#18 Auburn
#20 Nebraska
#21 Arkansas
#22 TCU
#24 Boise State
#25 Texas A&M

and the teams that are still ranked this week, that should be ranked differently based on today's results

#3 Florida......are they really that good?
#9 Wisconsin....losing to Iowa as I write this
#10 Penn St.....obviously over rated
#12 South Carolina.......should still be ranked but certainly lower
#16 Alabama......That win over Arkansas wasn't all that good afterall
#18 Louisville......Should never have been ranked
#20 Texas A&M.....ditto
#24 Nebraska........ditto

Sure, the human polls are nice, but should they really have a say in who ends up in the title game? The computers need to come back along with strength of schedule. Let the human polls count for 1/3 and the computers for the rest.