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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 11

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 11 of the season. After another week of action, this is how all 128 FBS teams grade out.


The Alabama-LSU showdown in Baton Rouge on Saturday night may not have been pretty football to a lot of college football fans across the country, but it was a competitive and physical contest between two of the best teams in the nation’s top conference.

Meanwhile, Texas A&M and Florida suffered brutal blows to their College Football Playoff hopes, perhaps opening the door for Louisville to sneak in as a one-loss squad.

Where does your favorite team land in these latest rankings?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Bowling Green (1-8)
127. Rice (1-8)
126. Fresno State (1-9)
125. FAU (2-7)
124. Kansas (1-8)
123. New Mexico State (2-6)
122. San Jose State (3-7)
121. Buffalo (2-7)

120. Georgia State (2-7)
119. Marshall (2-7)
118. UTEP (3-6)
117. Northern Illinois (3-6)
116. UMass (2-8)
115. Texas State (2-6)

114. Louisiana-Monroe (3-6)

113. Charlotte (4-5) – Hasaan Klugh ran for a touchdown and capped a 21-point second quarter with an 18-yard pass to T.L. Ford II as the 49ers rallied to a 38-27 road win over Southern Mississippi.

112. Miami, OH (4-6)
111. Kent State (3-6)
110. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-5)
109. FIU (3-7)
108. Rutgers (2-7)
107. Hawaii (4-6)
106. UNLV (3-6)

105. Iowa State (1-8)
104. Illinois (3-6)
103. Nevada (3-6)
102. North Texas (4-5)
101. Arkansas State (4-4)

100. Ball State (4-5)
99. Purdue (3-6)
98. Tulane (3-6)
97. East Carolina (3-6)
96. Utah State (3-6)
95. UConn (3-7)

94. Virginia (2-7)
93. Idaho (5-4)

92. Colorado State (5-4) – Nick Stevens passed for 237 yards and two touchdowns, Izzy Mathews rushed for two scores, and the Rams recorded their first shutout since 1997 with a 37-0 win over Fresno State.

91. Eastern Michigan (5-4)
90. Akron (5-5)
89. SMU (4-5)

88. Old Dominion (6-3)
87. Michigan State (2-7)
86. Oregon State (2-7)
85. Boston College (4-5)

84. Arizona (2-7)
83. South Alabama (4-5)
82. Missouri (2-7)
81. New Mexico (6-3)
80. UTSA (5-4)
79. Duke (3-6)
78. Cincinnati (4-5)

77. UCLA (3-6)
76. Oregon (3-6)
75. Georgia Southern (4-5)

74. Central Michigan (5-5)
73. Notre Dame (3-6)
72. Ohio (7-3)

71. UCF (5-4) – Drico Johnson returned a fumble 30 yards for a touchdown and had an 86-yard Pick-Six to help the Knights pull away in the second half for a 37-6 win over Tulane. Scott Frost’s squad forced five turnovers to hand Tulane its fourth consecutive loss.

70. Army (5-4)
69. Syracuse (4-5)

68. Maryland (5-4)
67. Southern Miss (5-4)
66. Vanderbilt (4-5)
65. Mississippi State (4-5)
64. Wyoming (7-2)
63. Troy (7-1)
62. Western Kentucky (7-3)
61. Memphis (6-3)
60. Temple (7-3)
59. Georgia Tech (5-4)

58. South Carolina (5-4) – Freshman quarterback Jake Bentley improved to 3-0 as a starter, throwing for 254 yards and two touchdowns as the Gamecocks handed Missouri its 11th straight SEC loss, 31-21.

57. Kentucky (5-4)
56. Indiana (5-4)

55. Arizona State (5-4)
54. Texas Tech (4-5)

53. NC State (4-5)
52. Cal (4-5)
51. Louisiana Tech (7-3)
50. Appalachian State (7-2)
49. Middle Tennessee (6-3)
48. Air Force (6-3)

47. Wake Forest (6-3)
46. TCU (5-4)
45. Georgia (5-4)
44. Pittsburgh (5-4)
43. Miami (5-4)
42. Texas (5-4)

41. Ole Miss (4-5)
40. Toledo (7-2)

39. Minnesota (7-2) – Rodney Smith ran for 153 yards and three touchdowns, and quarterback Mitch Leidner ran for 74 yards and two more scores as the Golden Gophers remained in the Big Ten West race with a 44-31 win over Purdue.

38. Stanford (6-3)

37. Iowa (5-4)
36. Northwestern (4-5)

35. Kansas State (5-4)
34. BYU (5-4)
33. Tulsa (7-2)
32. Houston (7-2)
31. Navy (6-2)
30. Nebraska (7-2)
29. Baylor (6-2)
28. USF (7-2)

27. Arkansas (6-3)
26. Tennessee (6-3)
25. Penn State (7-2)
24. Colorado (7-2)

23. San Diego State (8-1)
22. Washington State (7-2)
21. Florida State (6-3)
20. North Carolina (7-2)
19. USC (6-3)
18. Virginia Tech (7-2)

17. Boise State (8-1)
16. Oklahoma State (7-2)
15. Oklahoma (7-2)
14. Florida (6-2)
13. West Virginia (7-1)
12. Auburn (7-2)

11. Texas A&M (7-2)

10. Western Michigan (9-0) – Broncos wide receiver Corey Davis caught 12 passes for a MAC-record 272 yards in a school-record 11th consecutive victory, as P.J. Fleck’s crew took home a 52-20 victory over Ball State.

9. LSU (5-3) – The Tigers were able to create some big defensive plays against top-ranked Alabama, but the offense could not capitalize in a 10-0 loss to the Crimson Tide.

8. Utah (7-2) – The Utes were off this weekend and are preparing to play at Arizona State on Thursday night.

7. Wisconsin (7-2) – Corey Clement ran for 106 yards and a touchdown, and Jazz Peavy scored on a 46-yard run to help the Badgers score a 21-7 win at Northwestern.

6. Ohio State (8-1) – Curtis Samuel had 178 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns, including a 75-yard scoring reception on the team’s first play of the second half, as the Buckeyes cruised to a dominating 62-3 win over Nebraska to give the Cornhuskers their most lopsided loss since 2004.

5. Louisville (8-1) – Heisman Trophy-leading quarterback Lamar Jackson ran for three touchdowns and threw for four more in three quarters to lead the Cardinals to a 52-7 victory over Boston College.

4. Washington (9-0) – John Ross had 208 receiving yards and three scores, and Dante Pettis caught three touchdown passes and threw another to lead the Huskies to their 12th straight win, a 66-27 victory over Cal.

3. Clemson (9-0) – Deshaun Watson threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third before leaving the Tigers’ 54-0 win over Syracuse with a bruised shoulder.

2. Michigan (9-0) – Wilton Speight finished with a career-high 362 yards after recording three touchdowns in the first half, helping the Wolverines build a big early lead in a 59-3 win over Maryland.

1. Alabama (9-0) – Nick Saban’s squad held LSU quarterback Danny Etling to 11-of-24 passing for 92 yards and an interception, and the Crimson Tide also sacked him five times in a 10-0 win over the Tigers.

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