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Despite Pitt beating Louisville last week, they weren't ahead of the Cardinals on some ballots (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Despite Pitt beating Louisville last week, they weren't ahead of the Cardinals on some ballots (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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I mentioned earlier this week when I posted by ballot for the SB Nation Power Rankings that I'd have the full results out later. That later is now.

In things I must be too young (or old, depending on how you see it), Pitt somehow was rated lower than Louisville on two ballots despite both teams sitting at 5-5 and despite the Panthers beating the Cards IN Louisville this past weekend. Um, what?

Getting worked up over power rankings probably means you have serious issues, but it would be interesting to hear the rationale for Pitt being ranked lower than a team they beat in their stadium when the records are identical.

Head over to The UConn Blog to see the cumulative rankings and individual ballots. The cumulative results are the same as my ballot and two others, so I think we're pretty on the mark ... this week, anyway.

Now if Pitt beats West Virginia next week? That's where things could get interesting.