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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 15

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings following Championship Saturday. This is how all 128 FBS teams grade out as we get ready for the postseason, with just the Army-Navy game remaining in the regular season.


Another season, and another year of dominant Alabama football.

The Crimson Tide had an easy time with Florida in the SEC Championship game, coasting to a 54-16 victory that positioned them for a shot at a second straight national title and fifth crown in the last nine years under head coach Nick Saban. The scary part is that Alabama has not even played its absolute best at times this season.

It would be surprising if we didn’t see Ohio State, Clemson and Washington joining the Tide in the College Football Playoff, although Penn State certainly can make an argument after claiming the Big Ten crown on Saturday night. We simply do not know which direction the selection committee will go tomorrow, particularly in regards to that fourth team.

Where is your favorite team listed after Championship Saturday?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Fresno State (1-11)
127. Texas State (2-10)
126. Rice (3-9)

125. Buffalo (2-10)
124. New Mexico State (3-9)
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 (3-9)
117. Kansas (2-10)
116. Bowling Green (4-8)

115. Marshall (3-9)
114. FAU (3-9)
113. Louisiana-Monroe (4-8)
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 (6-6)
97. Iowa State (3-9)

96. Arizona (3-9)
95. Georgia Southern (5-7)
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)
88. SMU (5-7)
87. UCLA (4-8)
86. Oregon (4-8)
85. Miami, OH (6-6)
84. South Alabama (6-6)
83. Central Michigan (6-6)
82. Eastern Michigan (7-5)
81. Idaho (8-4)

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

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 (8-5)

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

61. Baylor (6-6)
60. South Carolina (6-6)
59. Old Dominion (9-3)
58. Western Kentucky (10-3)
57. Appalachian State (9-3)

56. NC State (6-6)
55. TCU (6-6)
54. Indiana (6-6)
53. Northwestern (6-6)

52. Wake Forest (6-6)
51. Ole Miss (5-7)
50. Kentucky (7-5)
49. Wyoming (8-5)
48. Temple (10-3)
47. Memphis (8-4)
46. Troy (9-3)
45. Middle Tennessee (8-4)
44. Louisiana Tech (8-5)

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 (8-4)
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 (10-3)
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 (9-3)

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

15. Florida (8-4)
14. Oklahoma State (9-3)
13. Colorado (10-3)
12. Florida State (9-3)
11. West Virginia (10-2)

10. Wisconsin (10-3)
9. USC (9-3)
8. Penn State (11-2)
7. Oklahoma (10-2)
6. Western Michigan (13-0)
5. Michigan (10-2)
4. Washington (12-1)
3. Clemson (12-1)
2. Ohio State (11-1)
1. Alabama (13-0)

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