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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 12

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 12 of the season. This is how all 128 FBS teams grade out after the second weekend in November.


There is never a dull week in the world of college football.

Three of the top contenders for a spot in the College Football Playoff—Clemson, Michigan and Washington—all fell on Saturday, delivering a speed bump to each team’s postseason aspirations. However, a spot in the CFP should remain in play for all three, although it will be interesting to see how the selection committee comprises its rankings on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile, the Tide continued to roll, proving once again that there is a significant gap between Alabama and everyone else.

Where does your favorite team rank this week?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Fresno State (1-9)
127. Rice (2-8)
126. Bowling Green (2-8)

125. UTEP (3-7)
124. Kansas (1-9)
123. New Mexico State (2-7)
122. San Jose State (3-7)
121. Buffalo (2-8)

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

114. Louisiana-Monroe (4-6)
113. Charlotte (4-6)
112. FIU (3-7)
111. Kent State (3-7)

110. Rutgers (2-8)

109. Miami, OH (5-6) – Quarterback Gus Ragland threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, De’Andre Montgomery returned an interception and a fumble for scores, and the RedHawks beat Buffalo 35-24 to win their fifth straight game.

108. Hawaii (4-7)
107. UNLV (4-6)

106. Iowa State (2-8)
105. Illinois (3-7)
104. Nevada (3-7)
103. Ball State (4-6)

102. Louisiana-Lafayette (4-5)
101. East Carolina (3-7)
100. Purdue (3-7)
99. Tulane (3-7)
98. Utah State (3-7)
97. North Texas (4-6)
96. UConn (3-7)

95. Virginia (2-8)
94. Arizona (2-8)
93. Oregon State (2-8)
92. Arkansas State (5-4)
91. Akron (5-6)

90. Idaho (6-4)
89. Colorado State (5-5)
88. Eastern Michigan (6-4)
87. SMU (5-5)

86. Michigan State (3-7)
85. Boston College (4-6)

84. South Alabama (4-5)
83. Missouri (3-7)
82. Georgia Southern (4-6)

81. Cincinnati (4-6)
80. New Mexico (7-3)
79. UTSA (5-5)
78. Oregon (3-7)

77. UCLA (4-6)
76. Vanderbilt (4-6)
75. Central Michigan (5-5)
74. Southern Miss (5-5)

73. Army (5-5)
72. Notre Dame (4-6)

71. Ohio (7-3)

70. Old Dominion (7-3) – David Washington threw for two touchdowns, Jeremy Cox and Ray Lawry ran for two scores apiece, and the Monarchs took advantage of five Southern Mississippi turnovers to post a 51-35 win.

69. Duke (4-6)
68. Syracuse (4-6)

67. Maryland (5-5)
66. Mississippi State (4-6)
65. UCF (6-4)
64. Wyoming (7-3)
63. Western Kentucky (8-3)
62. Memphis (6-4)
61. Temple (7-3)
60. Arizona State (5-5)

59. Appalachian State (7-3)
58. South Carolina (5-5)
57. Kentucky (5-5)
56. Indiana (5-5)

55. Texas Tech (4-6)
54. NC State (5-5)
53. Cal (4-6)
52. Middle Tennessee (6-4)
51. Georgia Tech (6-4)
50. Troy (8-1)
49. Louisiana Tech (8-3)

48. Air Force (7-3)
47. Wake Forest (6-4)
46. TCU (5-4)
45. Georgia (6-4)
44. Miami (6-4)
43. Texas (5-5)

42. Ole Miss (5-5)
41. Pittsburgh (6-4)

40. Toledo (8-2)
39. Minnesota (7-3)

38. Stanford (7-3) – Christian McCaffrey ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns, and Keller Chryst threw for 258 yards and three touchdowns to help the Cardinal defeat Oregon 52-27. The Cardinal will now visit Cal for the Big Game before finishing the season at home against Rice.

37. Iowa (6-4)
36. Northwestern (5-5)

35. Kansas State (5-4)
34. BYU (6-4)
33. Baylor (6-3)

32. Tulsa (7-3)
31. Houston (8-2)
30. Navy (7-2)
29. Arkansas (6-4)
28. USF (8-2)
27. North Carolina (7-3)
26. Virginia Tech (7-3)
25. Nebraska (8-2)
24. Tennessee (7-3)
23. Florida State (7-3)
22. San Diego State (9-1)
21. Auburn (7-3)
20. Texas A&M (7-3)
19. Florida (7-2)
18. Washington State (8-2)
17. Penn State (8-2)
16. Colorado (8-2)

15. Boise State (9-1)
14. Oklahoma State (8-2)
13. USC (7-3)
12. Oklahoma (8-2)

11. LSU (6-3)

10. Western Michigan (10-0) – Justin Franklin rushed for 134 yards and a touchdown and Fabian Johnson added a career-high 125 yards as the Broncos rallied for a 37-21 win over Kent State.

9. West Virginia (8-1) – Kennedy McKoy ran for two touchdowns, and the Mountaineers’ defense withstood a final pass attempt into the end zone to earn a tough 24-20 win over Texas. Skyler Howard passed for 269 yards, and the ‘Neers kept Texas running back D’Onta Foreman out of the end zone.

8. Utah (8-2) – Joe Williams ran for 181 yards and two touchdowns, and the Utes’ defense had 11 sacks in a 49-26 victory over Arizona State.

7. Wisconsin (8-2) – Corey Clement ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns, and the Badgers intercepted Illinois quarterback Jeff George Jr. four times in a 48-3 win.

6. Washington (9-1) – The Huskies’ 12-game win streak came to an end against USC, as the Trojans rode the arm of Sam Darnold and a stifling defense to a 26-13 win.

5. Louisville (9-1) – Brandon Radcliff rushed for three touchdowns during the Cardinals’ 41-point second half, helping Bobby Petrino’s squad beat Wake Forest 44-12.

4. Clemson (9-1) – Chris Blewitt made a 48-yard field goal with six seconds left to help lift Pitt to a 43-42 win, spoiling a record day for Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson.

3. Michigan (9-1) – Iowa freshman Keith Duncan kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired to help deliver the Wolverines a 14-13 setback in Iowa City.

2. Ohio State (9-1) – Behind quarterback J.T. Barrett’s four touchdowns and Curtis Samuel’s three scores, the Buckeyes enjoyed a 62-3 lopsided win over Maryland.

1. Alabama (10-0) – Quarterback Jalen Hurts passed for career highs of 347 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 100 yards in less than three quarters of play in the Crimson Tide’s 51-3 rout of Mississippi State.

MORE: Week 12 College Football Bowl Projections

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