Every poll released at this point in the NCAA football season carries great importance for teams vying for prime bowl positioning.
At this late juncture, teams' margins of victory are more important than ever, as are the fates of previous opponents, making scoreboard watching and point accumulation necessities for teams with national title hopes.
Each week the AP and Coaches' Polls warrant close examination, and each week there are some teams that have legitimate gripes about their positioning in the polls, whether it's teams still being punished for early-season defeats against tough opponents, or teams slipping because previous opponents were knocked off by lesser teams.
Here we'll present 10 cases of teams that were screwed by the national pollsters. It's highly subjective, but it's a sampling nonetheless of teams that could complain about their positioning ahead of Week 12.
Definitely chime in with your own stances on how the polls should have shaken out.