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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 7

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 7 of the season. After another week of action, a look at how all 128 teams grade out.


Another week, another shakeup in the rankings.

Houston, which was the favorite to claim the Group of Five’s automatic New Year’s Six spot, slipped up on the road against Navy and now must focus on getting back into its AAC race. The Cougars will need a lot of help just to even play for the league title now, although there is still plenty of football yet to be played.

Meanwhile, traditional powers Notre Dame and Texas continue to slide down the rankings after losses on Saturday. The Fighting Irish may not even be able to make the postseason, as their schedule picks up in difficulty over the second half of the year. Are there even six wins on the ND schedule? As for the Longhorns, questions continue to arise regarding Charlie Strong’s job status in Austin.

Where does your favorite team stack up this week in the new rankings?

NOTE: I will make the necessary tweaks to these rankings following Sunday’s Charlotte-FAU and Georgia-South Carolina games.

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Charlotte (2-4)
127. San Jose State (1-5)
126. Miami, OH (0-6)

125. Bowling Green (1-5)
124. FAU (1-5)
123. New Mexico State (2-3)
122. Buffalo (1-4)
121. Kent State (2-4)
120. Rice (0-5)
119. Northern Illinois (1-5)
118. Fresno State (1-5)
117. UTEP (1-5)
116. Louisiana-Monroe (1-4)

115. UMass (1-5)
114. Hawaii (3-3)
113. Kansas (1-4)
112. Texas State (2-3)
111. FIU (2-4)
110. Georgia State (1-4)
109. Louisiana-Lafayette (2-3)
108. UTSA (2-3)
107. Marshall (1-4)

106. Arkansas State (1-4) 
– Omar Bayless caught an eight-yard touchdown pass with nine seconds left, and the Red Wolves overcame five turnovers to beat Georgia Southern by one point on Wednesday night for their first win of the season.

105. Ball State (3-3)

104. UNLV (2-4)
103. SMU (2-4)
102. Rutgers (2-4)
101. Idaho (3-3)
100. Nevada (3-3)
99. North Texas (3-3)
98. Illinois (1-4)
97. Virginia (2-3)
96. Ohio (4-2)
95. Akron (4-2)
94. Colorado State (2-3)
93. Iowa State (1-5)
92. Old Dominion (4-2)
91. New Mexico (2-3)
90. Eastern Michigan (4-2)
89. Central Florida (3-2) 
88. Troy (4-1)
87. Wyoming (4-2)
86. Purdue (3-2)
85. Boston College (3-3)
84. Temple (3-3)
83. Vanderbilt (2-4)
82. Oregon State (2-3)

81. Army (3-2)
80. Tulane (3-2)
79. Utah State (2-4)
78. Western Kentucky (3-3)
77. Cincinnati (3-3)
76. Duke (3-3)
75. Syracuse (2-4)
74. East Carolina (2-4)
73. Kentucky (3-3)
72. Northwestern (2-3)
71. South Alabama (3-2)
70. UConn (3-3)
69. Tulsa (4-1)
68. Georgia Southern (3-2)
67. Central Michigan (4-2)

66. Oregon (2-4) – It is not a pretty scene in Eugene right now, as the Ducks’ defense is a mess and head coach Mark Helfrich is on the hot seat.

65. Cal (3-3)
64. Maryland (4-1)
63. South Carolina (2-4)
62. Missouri (2-3)

61. Indiana (3-2)
60. Appalachian State (3-2)
59. Louisiana Tech (3-3)
58. Mississippi State (2-3)
57. Georgia Tech (3-3)
56. Arizona (2-4)

55. Notre Dame (2-4)
54. Southern Miss (4-2)
53. Wake Forest (5-1)

52. Middle Tennessee (4-1)
51. Air Force (4-1) 

50. Minnesota (3-2)
49. Colorado (4-2) 
48. Navy (4-1)
47. Memphis (4-1)
46. Toledo (4-1)
45. NC State (4-1)
44. Penn State (4-2)
43. Texas Tech (3-2)
42. Kansas State (3-2)
41. Michigan State (2-3)
40. Iowa (4-2)
39. Texas (2-3)
38. Stanford (3-2)
37. Washington State (3-2)

36. BYU (3-3) – Jamaal Williams ran for 163 yards and two touchdowns, and the Cougars beat Michigan State 31-14 to deal the Spartans their third straight loss.

35. UCLA (3-3)
34. West Virginia (4-0)
33. USF (5-1)
32. San Diego State (4-1)
31. USC (3-3)
30. North Carolina (4-2) 
29. Pittsburgh (4-2)
28. TCU (4-2)

27. Western Michigan (6-0)
26. Georgia (4-2)
25. Arizona State (5-1)
24. Virginia Tech (4-1)
23. LSU (3-2)
22. Oklahoma (3-2)
21. Miami (4-1) 

20. Oklahoma State (4-2)
19. Auburn (4-2)
18. Florida (4-1)
17. Utah (5-1)
16. Wisconsin (4-1)
15. Arkansas (4-2)
14. Ole Miss (3-2)

13. Florida State (4-2)
12. Boise State (5-0)
11. Houston (5-1)

10. Nebraska (5-0) – Mike Riley’s Cornhuskers were off this past week and will play at Indiana next Saturday. In my latest Big Ten bowl projections, the Cornhuskers find themselves headed to the Orange Bowl.

9. Tennessee (5-1) – The Vols stormed back from being down 21 points at Texas A&M, but a seventh turnover ended the comeback bid in overtime.

8. Baylor (5-0) – The Bears had a bye week after last Saturday’s close win over Iowa State in Ames. Tougher tests loom as the Big 12 schedule cranks up.

7. Louisville (4-1) – The Cardinals had a bye week following their heartbreaking close loss last Saturday night to Clemson. Bobby Petrino’s squad hosts Duke on Friday evening.

6. Texas A&M (6-0) – Trevor Knight had a one-yard touchdown run in the second overtime to help the Aggies hold off another late Tennessee rally.

5. Washington (6-0) – Jake Browning threw for 304 yards and a school-record six touchdowns and ran for two more scores to help the Huskies snap a 12-game losing streak against Oregon.

4. Michigan (6-0) – Jabrill Peppers ran for a career-high two touchdowns and set up another score with a 63-yard run, as the Wolverines destroyed Rutgers 78-0.

3. Clemson (6-0) – Deshaun Watson threw four touchdown passes as the Tigers beat Boston College 56-10 on Friday night.

2. Ohio State (5-0) – J.T. Barrett ran for 137 yards and a touchdown and passed for another score as the Buckeyes beat Indiana 38-17.

1. Alabama (6-0) – Jalen Hurts recorded four touchdowns and Minkah Fitzpatrick had three interceptions as the Crimson Tide extended their FBS-best winning streak to 18 games with a 49-30 win over Arkansas.

MORE: Week 7 College Football Bowl Projections

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