Morning Poll: Is ASU One of the "Douchiest Colleges" in America

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GQ recently released its guide to our nation's "Ivoriest Towers of douchery": its list of the "douchiest" colleges in the country.

Unlike the magazine's 2009 "Douchiest Colleges" rankings, neither Arizona State University or University of Phoenix On-line made the cut -- likely because the magazine has since switched from a top 25 format to a top 10.

Buzzfeed, however, made its own list in response to what it feels are some inaccuracies on GQ's douchiness rankings. On that list, ASU ranks fifth as far as collegiate douchebags go.

See Buzzfeed's complete list here.

We're not entirely sure what criteria Buzzfeed used to determine the douchiest colleges in America, but we don't necessarily disagree with the, um, honor.

We want to know what you think, though: is ASU one of the douchiest colleges in America?

Cast your vote below.

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