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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 14

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 14 of the season. This is how all 128 FBS teams grade out following Thanksgiving weekend.


With the season sadly nearing its end, the weekly 1-128 rankings will unfortunately be going into hiatus as well.

But before we bid adieu, we still have another Saturday of action left next week (as well as the Army-Navy game the following week). And the action we saw on Thanksgiving weekend will set up yet another memorable Championship Saturday.

Ohio State was able to stick around long enough after taking advantage of Michigan’s mistakes to win in double overtime, but will a one-loss non-league champ come out of the Big Ten—especially if Penn State is able to knock off Wisconsin next week?

All of our questions will be answered next Sunday in a season that has gone by way too fast.

Where does your team check in this week?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Fresno State (1-11)
127. Texas State (2-9)
126. Rice (3-9)

125. Buffalo (2-10) – The Bulls’ rough season came to and end on Friday, as Fred Coppet rushed for 160 yards and two touchdowns to help deliver Bowling Green a 27-19 home win. Lance Leipold finished his second season at 2-10, one year after going 5-7.

124. New Mexico State (3-8)
123. UMass (2-10)

122. Rutgers (2-10)
121. UTEP (4-8)
120. San Jose State (4-8)
119. Kent State (3-9)
118. Georgia State (3-8)
117. Kansas (2-10)
116. Bowling Green (4-8)

115. Marshall (3-9)
114. FAU (3-9)
113. Louisiana-Monroe (4-7)
112. FIU (4-8)
111. UNLV (4-8)
110. Charlotte (4-8)

109. Utah State (3-9)
108. Northern Illinois (5-7)
107. Illinois (3-9)

106. Virginia (2-10)
105. Hawaii (6-7)
104. East Carolina (3-9)
103. UConn (3-9)

102. Ball State (4-8)
101. Nevada (5-7)
100. Tulane (4-8)
99. Purdue (3-9)

98. Louisiana-Lafayette (5-6)
97. Iowa State (3-9)

96. Arizona (3-9)
95. Georgia Southern (4-7)
94. Akron (5-7)

93. Cincinnati (4-8)
92. Michigan State (3-9)
91. Oregon State (4-8)
90. North Texas (5-7)

89. Missouri (4-8) – Barry Odom’s Tigers scored 21 unanswered second-half points to score a 28-24 win over Arkansas on Friday. Drew Lock completed 16 of 26 passes for 268 yards and a touchdown, and Mizzou put behind its numerous off-field issues in recent weeks, including the arrest/suspension of leading rusher Damarea Crockett and the firing of defensive line coach Jackie Shipp.

88. SMU (5-7)
87. UCLA (4-8)
86. Oregon (4-8)
85. Miami, OH (6-6)
84. South Alabama (5-6)
83. Central Michigan (6-6)
82. Eastern Michigan (7-5)
81. Idaho (7-4)

80. Colorado State (7-5)
79. Arkansas State (6-5)

78. Boston College (6-6)
77. Notre Dame (4-8)
76. UTSA (6-6)
75. Army (6-5)
74. Duke (4-8)
73. Syracuse (4-8)

72. Texas Tech (5-7)
71. New Mexico (8-4)
70. Vanderbilt (6-6)
69. Southern Miss (6-6)

68. Maryland (6-6)
67. Arizona State (5-7)
66. Cal (5-7)
65. Mississippi State (5-7)
64. Ohio (8-4)

63. UCF (6-6)
62. Texas (5-7)

61. Baylor (6-5)
60. South Carolina (6-6)
59. Old Dominion (9-3)
58. Western Kentucky (9-3)
57. Appalachian State (9-3)

56. NC State (6-6) – Jaylen Samuels ran for one touchdown and threw for another on a trick play, and the Wolfpack held on to claim a 28-21 upset of North Carolina on Friday, earning bowl eligibility and handing the ACC Coastal division title to Virginia Tech.

55. TCU (6-5)
54. Indiana (6-6)
53. Northwestern (6-6)

52. Wake Forest (6-6)
51. Ole Miss (5-7)
50. Kentucky (7-5)
49. Wyoming (8-4)
48. Temple (9-3)
47. Memphis (8-4)
46. Troy (9-2)
45. Middle Tennessee (8-4)
44. Louisiana Tech (8-4)

43. Georgia (7-5)
42. Georgia Tech (8-4)
41. Arkansas (7-5)

40. Air Force (9-3)
39. Miami (8-4)
38. Minnesota (8-4)
37. Toledo (9-3)
36. Pittsburgh (8-4)

35. Nebraska (9-3)
34. BYU (8-4)
33. Iowa (8-4)

32. Kansas State (7-4) – Alex Barnes ran for 103 yards and a touchdown, Winston Dimel also had two scores on the ground and the Wildcats gave head coach Bill Snyder his 200th win with a 34-19 victory over Kansas on Saturday.

31. Tennessee (8-4)
30. North Carolina (8-4)
29. Tulsa (9-3)
28. Stanford (9-3)
27. Auburn (7-4)
26. San Diego State (9-3)
25. Washington State (8-4)
24. Texas A&M (8-4)
23. Louisville (9-3)
22. Boise State (10-2)
21. Houston (9-3)
20. Navy (9-2)

19. USF (10-2)
18. Virginia Tech (9-3)
17. Utah (8-4)
16. LSU (7-4)

15. Florida (8-3)
14. Florida State (9-3)
13. West Virginia (9-2)
12. Penn State (10-2)
11. Colorado (10-2)

10. Oklahoma State (9-2) – Mike Gundy’s Cowboys had the week off and are set to take on rival Oklahoma in Bedlam next week in Norman.

9. USC (9-3) – Adoree Jackson returned a punt and a kickoff for touchdowns and also caught a scoring pass to help the Trojans score their eighth consecutive victory, a 45-27 decision over Notre Dame on Saturday in the 88th edition of their rivalry.

8. Oklahoma (9-2) – The Sooners had the week off as they prepare for next week’s home showdown against Oklahoma State.

7. Western Michigan (12-0) – Corey Davis and the Broncos wrapped up an undefeated regular season in a 55-35 rout of Toledo on Friday night to secure a berth next week in the Mid-American Conference championship game.

6. Wisconsin (10-2) – Corey Clement ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns and the defense did not allow any second-half points in the Badgers’ 31-17 win over Minnesota for their 13th straight win in the annual border rivalry. The Badgers lifted Paul Bunyan’s Axe once again after falling behind by 10 points at halftime.

5. Michigan (10-2) – The Wolverines’ College Football Playoff hopes took a major hit with their 30-27 loss to Ohio State in double overtime. Jim Harbaugh dropped to 0-2 against Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes, and the Wolverines have not won the Big Ten since 2004.

4. Washington (11-1) – Chris Petersen’s Huskies dominated in the Apple Cup, as the Huskies claimed a 45-17 win over Washington State to put the Huskies into the Pac-12 championship game and on the cusp of a spot in the College Football Playoff. U-Dub used a 28-point first quarter behind three touchdown passes from quarterback Jake Browning to help keep the Apple Cup in Seattle for a fourth straight year.

3. Clemson (11-1) – The Tigers had an easy time in their Palmetto Bowl matchup with South Carolina, as Deshaun Jackson threw his 100th career touchdown and topped 4,000 total yards on the season once again.

2. Ohio State (11-1) – Curtis Samuel scored on a 15-yard touchdown run after the Buckeyes barely converted on a fourth-and-1 to help Urban Meyer and Co. score a 30-27 win over Michigan in double overtime.

1. Alabama (12-0) – Jalen Hurts rebounded from two early interceptions to pass for 286 yards, and the Crimson Tide’s defense did what it does best in a 30-12 victory over Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Hurts completed 27 of 36 passes and passed for two touchdowns as the Tide won three straight Iron Bowls for the first time since 1990-92.

MORE: Week 14 College Football Bowl Projections

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