<<Texas gained 50 on Cal that week and only 12 was due to Cal losing points, the week after Cal gained 108 while Texas only gained 53 for a net 55 Cal gain. Those 12 were less than they gained from Utah the week both were idle. Its not that big a deal.>>
<<Let me get this straight. Cal blows out Washington while Texas almost and should have lost to Kansas, baring an official calls, and when Cal gain's points, you think that it somehow relates to the rest of this? You're reaching big time now.
You point out that Texas gained their points because of other teams losing, but that Cal lost points puts the lie to that argument. If there were more points to be had, then Cal should have gained points, not lose them. This means that people put Texas past Cal on their ballots even though Texas didn't play and Cal blew out their opponents. It remains obvious that the fix was in.
You ignore Cal taking more points from Utah the week both were idle. Cal finished ahead of Texas. Maybe the fix was in to try to get Cal in.
So? Is that abnormal? That's what you're missing. You keep pointing out normal things as if they are adnormal.
It's not odd that a team has a close game with a bad team and drops.
It's not odd that a team that is idle goes up in a poll.
It's not odd that a team that is idle goes down in a poll.
It's not odd that teams that win go up in a poll.
You can keep claiming that these normal things somehow abnormal, but you're just flapping your gums. The normal, is normal and is not a significant event.
However, when a team blows out an opponent and losses ground it abnormal and suspicious. When a team blows out an opponent and an idol team passes them on some ballots that's also suspicious. These things raise red flags and listing 100 normal things would not counter them so quit trying.