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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 10

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 10 of the season. A look at how all 128 FBS teams grade out after another week of action.


It was a rough day in the Big 12, as the conference’s remaining unbeaten teams—Baylor and West Virginia—fell on the road.

The Bears dropped a contest to Texas in Austin, while the Mountaineers fell to Oklahoma State in Stillwater. It’s safe to say that the league’s College Football Playoff chances are on life support.

Meanwhile, with its win at Utah, Washington proved that it is indeed one of the best teams in the country and certainly is primed to be in the mix for a high ranking when the selection committee releases the first edition of this year’s College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday evening.

Where does your favorite program land in the rankings as we head into Week 10?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Bowling Green (1-7)
127. FAU (1-7)
126. Rice (1-7)
125. Fresno State (1-8)
124. Kansas (1-7)
123. San Jose State (3-6)
122. Miami, OH (3-6)

121. New Mexico State (2-6)
120. Charlotte (3-5)
119. UTEP (2-6)
118. Buffalo (2-6)

117. Northern Illinois (2-6)
116. Louisiana-Monroe (2-6)
115. UMass (2-7)
114. Georgia State (2-6)

113. Marshall (2-6)
112. Texas State (2-5)

111. Kent State (3-6) – Shane Hynes’ 35-yard field goal as time expired lifted the Golden Flashes to a 27-24 win over Central Michigan.

110. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-4)
109. FIU (3-6)
108. Rutgers (2-6)
107. Illinois (2-6)

106. UNLV (3-6)
105. Iowa State (1-7)
104. Hawaii (4-5)
103. North Texas (4-4)
102. Arkansas State (3-4)
101. Ball State (4-4)
100. Nevada (3-5)
99. Idaho (4-4)
98. UTSA (4-4)

97. Purdue (3-5)
96. Eastern Michigan (5-4)

95. East Carolina (3-5) – Isaiah Jones moved into 2nd place on the all-time NCAA reception list with 19 catches for 185 yards and a touchdown, as the Pirates routed UConn 41-3.

94. Colorado State (4-4)
93. Tulane (3-5)
92. Akron (5-4)
91. Old Dominion (5-3)

90. Virginia (2-6)
89. Utah State (3-5)
88. Oregon State (2-6)
87. New Mexico (5-3)

86. SMU (4-4)
85. Boston College (4-4)
84. Duke (3-5)
83. Ohio (6-3)
82. UCF (4-4)

81. Vanderbilt (4-4)
80. Cincinnati (4-4)
79. Oregon (3-5)
78. South Alabama (4-4)
77. Mississippi State (3-5)
76. Michigan State (2-6)
75. UConn (3-6)
74. Georgia Southern (4-4)
73. Missouri (2-6)

72. Arizona (2-6)
71. Central Michigan (5-4)

70. Notre Dame (3-5) – The Fighting Irish used a Justin Yoon 23-yard field goal with 30 seconds left to claim a 30-27 victory over Miami. The Irish had squandered a 20-point lead but were still able to end a three-game losing streak.

69. Wyoming (6-2)
68. Troy (6-1)
67. Western Kentucky (6-3)
66. Temple (6-3)
65. South Carolina (4-4)
64. Army (5-3)
63. Syracuse (4-4)

62. Maryland (5-3)
61. Memphis (5-3)
60. Kentucky (5-3)
59. Indiana (4-4)

58. UCLA (3-5)
57. Arizona State (5-4)
56. Georgia Tech (5-3)

55. Louisiana Tech (6-3)
54. Appalachian State (6-2)
53. Southern Miss (5-3)
52. Cal (4-4)

51. Air Force (5-3)

50. Texas (4-4) –
Trent Domingue kicked a 39-yard field goal with 46 seconds remaining to help the Longhorns upset Baylor 35-34 and hand the Bears their first loss.

49. Wake Forest (5-3)
48. NC State (4-4)
47. Middle Tennessee (6-2)
46. TCU (4-4)
45. Georgia (4-4)
44. Ole Miss (3-5)
43. Toledo (6-2)
42. Texas Tech (4-4)
41. Miami (4-4)
40. Minnesota (6-2)
39. Stanford (5-3)
38. Tulsa (6-2)

37. Northwestern (4-4)
36. Kansas State (5-3)
35. Iowa (5-3)
34. BYU (4-4)

33. Houston (7-2)
32. Navy (5-2)
31. Arkansas (5-3)
30. USF (7-2)

29. Penn State (6-2) – Saquon Barkley ran for 207 yards and two touchdowns, Trace McSorley threw three scoring passes, and the Nittany Lions used a 24-point third quarter to coast to a 62-24 victory over Purdue.

28. Pittsburgh (5-3)
27. Tennessee (5-3)
26. Colorado (6-2)

25. San Diego State (7-1)
24. Washington State (6-2)
23. North Carolina (6-2)
22. USC (5-3)

21. Florida State (5-3)
20. Virginia Tech (6-2)
19. Oklahoma State (6-2)

18. Western Michigan (8-0)
17. Oklahoma (6-2)

16. Boise State (7-1)
15. West Virginia (6-1)
14. Baylor (6-1)
13. LSU (5-2)

12. Nebraska (7-1)
11. Auburn (6-2)

10. Florida (6-1) – Jordan Scarlett scored for the sixth consecutive game, Antonio Callaway had the first rushing touchdown of his career and the Gators used strong defense to beat Georgia 24-10.

9. Utah (7-2) – Troy Williams threw for 163 yards and two touchdowns while Joe Williams continued his renaissance with 172 rushing yards and a touchdown, but Kyle Whittingham’s Utes dropped a very tough home game to Washington.

8. Wisconsin (6-2) – Dare Ogunbowale scored on an 11-yard run in overtime, and the Badgers held on to beat Nebraska 23-17 to hand the Cornhuskers their first loss of the season.

7. Ohio State (7-1) – Curtis Samuel ran for a three-yard touchdown with 9:43 left to help the Buckeyes claim a 24-20 victory over visiting Northwestern.

6. Louisville (7-1) – Lamar Jackson connected with Jaylen Smith on a 29-yard touchdown pass with 13 seconds remaining, as the Cardinals survived an upset scare against Virginia by pulling out a 32-25 win.

5. Texas A&M (7-1) – Christian Kirk returned two punts for touchdowns and added a third score on a reception to help the Aggies rout New Mexico State 52-10.

4. Washington (8-0) – Dante Pettis returned a punt 58 yards for a touchdown with 3:25 left to help the Huskies hold off Utah and remain undefeated.

3. Clemson (8-0) – The Tigers won in Tallahassee for the first time since 2006 behind Deshaun Watson’s 430 yards of total offense.

2. Michigan (8-0) – Amara Darboh caught eight passes for a career-high 165 yards, and De’Veon Smith ran for two touchdowns to help the Wolverines earn a 32-23 win over rival Michigan State.

1. Alabama (8-0) – Nick Saban’s squad enjoyed an off week, so it will have had extra time to prepare for next week’s game against LSU, which also enjoyed a bye in Week 9.

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