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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 6 of the season. A look at how all 128 teams grade out after another weekend of action.


There’s a new top-ranked team in the Pac-12 this week after Washington crushed a wounded Stanford squad on Friday night.

The Huskies’ easy victory makes them serious contenders for the College Football Playoff, as Chris Petersen’s squad does not exactly have the most difficult slate of the top contenders.

Meanwhile, Clemson is the team to beat in the ACC Atlantic after its win over Louisville, but the Cardinals are not out of the CFP equation. Plenty of football remains for Bobby Petrino’s squad to reassert itself in the picture.

In the Midwest on Saturday, Michigan and Wisconsin had an old-school Big Ten battle, while Ohio State continued its offensive surge.

Where does your team rank after five weeks of action?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Charlotte
127. San Jose State
126. Hawaii
125. Florida Atlantic
124. New Mexico State
123. Kent State
122. Miami (OH)
121. Bowling Green
120. Rice
119. Texas-San Antonio
118. Georgia State
117. Northern Illinois
116. Fresno State

115. FIU – Alex McGough ran for two touchdowns and passed for another, Austin Taylor kicked the go-ahead field goal and the Golden Panthers beat Florida Atlantic 33-31 for their first victory of the year and first since the firing of Ron Turner.

114. Kansas

113. North Texas
112. Buffalo
111. Louisiana-Monroe
110. Old Dominion
109. Louisiana-Lafayette
108. Texas-El Paso
107. UNLV
106. Iowa State
105. Arkansas State
104. Ball State
103. Massachusetts
102. Idaho
101. Nevada
100. Purdue
99. Ohio
98. Virginia
97. Texas State
96. Akron
95. Colorado State
94. Wyoming
93. SMU
92. Central Florida
91. Eastern Michigan
90. New Mexico
89. Troy
88. Rutgers
87. Illinois
86. Tulsa
85. Oregon State
84. Marshall
83. Duke
82. Boston College
81. Kentucky
80. Tulane
79. Utah State
78. Temple
77. Connecticut
76. Army
75. Syracuse
74. South Alabama
73. Western Kentucky

72. Northwestern 
– Justin Jackson ran for 171 yards and Austin Carr caught three touchdown passes as the Wildcats held on to beat Iowa 38-31.

71. Vanderbilt
70. East Carolina
69. Memphis
68. Central Michigan
67. Cincinnati

66. Wake Forest
65. Indiana
64. Maryland
63. Missouri

62. South Carolina
61. Oregon
60. Louisiana Tech
59. Appalachian State
58. Georgia Southern
57. Georgia Tech

56. Navy
55. NC State
54. Washington State

53. Colorado
52. Mississippi State
51. Air Force
50. Middle Tennessee
49. California
48. Minnesota
47. Penn State
46. Toledo

45. Notre Dame 
– DeShone Kizer threw for a career-best 465 yards to help the Fighting Irish overcome another subpar performance from their porous defense and beat Syracuse 50-33.

44. Arizona

43. Texas Tech
42. Kansas State
41. Virginia Tech
40. BYU
39. Arizona State
38. Iowa
37. Southern Miss
36. West Virginia
35. South Florida
34. San Diego State
33. USC
32. Western Michigan
31. Michigan State
30. Pittsburgh
29. Texas
28. TCU
27. Georgia
26. UCLA
25. LSU
24. Utah
23. Florida State
22. Oklahoma
21. Auburn
20. North Carolina
19. Oklahoma State
18. Boise State
17. Florida
16. Wisconsin
15. Nebraska
14. Arkansas
13. Miami (FL)

12. Ole Miss
11. Stanford

10. Baylor – Chris Callahan hit a 19-yard field goal as time expired, and the Bears rallied from 14 points down in the fourth quarter to beat Iowa State 45-42.

9. Tennessee – Jauan Jennings hauled in a 43-yard Hail Mary from Josh Dobbs on the final play of the game to give the Vols a stunning 34-31 victory over Georgia after the Bulldogs had scored on a deep pass themselves.

8. Texas A&M – Trevor Knight threw for 206 yards and ran for 84 more, as the Aggies beat South Carolina 24-13.

7. Houston – Greg Ward Jr. threw for a career-high 389 yards and accounted for five touchdowns in just more than three quarters to help the Cougars beat UConn 42-14.

6. Louisville – After a rough first half, Lamar Jackson and the Cardinals scored on five consecutive possessions in the second half but could not complete the comeback in a tough loss to Clemson.

5. Washington – Jake Browning threw for 210 yards and three touchdowns, Myles Gaskin added 100 yards and two scores, and the Huskies easily dispatched of a wounded Stanford squad 44-6.

4. Michigan – Wilton Speight threw a tiebreaking, 46-yard touchdown pass to Amara Darboh, and Jourdan Lewis made a late one-handed interception to help the Wolverines knock off Wisconsin 14-7.

3. Clemson – Deshaun Watson threw for five touchdowns, including two in the final seven minutes, as the Tigers rallied for a 42-36 victory over Louisville after blowing an 18-point lead.

2. Ohio State – J.T. Barrett broke the school record for career touchdown passes with the third of his four scoring tosses, and the Buckeyes forced Rutgers to punt on each of its 10 drives in an easy win over the Scarlet Knights.

1. Alabama  Jalen Hurts threw two third-quarter touchdown passes to Calvin Ridley, and Ronnie Harrison had a 55-yard fumble return for a touchdown in a 34-6 victory over Kentucky.

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