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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 8

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 8 of the season. A look at how all 128 FBS teams grade out after another week of action.


The dynasty will never end in Tuscaloosa.

At least, that’s just how it feels right now for every SEC team not named Alabama, as Nick Saban’s squad destroyed Tennessee in Knoxville on Saturday afternoon. The Crimson Tide now have 11 non-offensive touchdowns this season, including eight from their defense, to lead all FBS teams in both categories. It’s the clear-cut No. 1 team in the country, but a big test looms next week against Texas A&M.

Meanwhile, former major powers such as Michigan State and Notre Dame continue to tumble down the rankings, while Wisconsin is actually movin’ on up this week after a strong performance in an overtime loss to Ohio State in Madison.

Where does your team check in this week?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

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

125. Bowling Green (1-6)
124. Charlotte (2-5)
123. Rice (0-6)
122. Buffalo (1-5)
121. Kent State (2-5)
120. New Mexico State (2-4)
119. UTEP (1-5)
118. Northern Illinois (1-6)
117. Louisiana-Monroe (2-4)
116. Fresno State (1-6)

115. UMass (1-6)
114. Georgia State (1-5)
113. Kansas (1-5)
112. Texas State (2-4)
111. Louisiana-Lafayette (2-4)

110. Hawaii (3-4)
109. FIU (3-4)
108. UTSA (3-3)
107. Marshall (2-4)
106. Arkansas State (2-4)
105. Ball State (4-3)
104. UNLV (3-4)
103. SMU (2-4)
102. Rutgers (2-5)

101. Idaho (4-3) – Matt Linehan threw for 476 yards and accounted for five touchdowns—both career highs—to help the Vandals to a 55-23 win over New Mexico State.

100. Nevada (3-4)
99. North Texas (3-3)
98. Illinois (2-4)
97. Virginia (2-4)
96. Ohio (4-3)
95. Akron (4-3)
94. Colorado State (3-4)
93. Iowa State (1-6)
92. Old Dominion (4-2)
91. New Mexico (3-3)
90. Eastern Michigan (5-2)
89. UCF (3-3)
88. Troy (5-1)
87. Wyoming (4-2)
86. Purdue (3-3)
85. Boston College (3-3)
84. Temple (4-3)
83. Vanderbilt (3-4)
82. East Carolina (2-4)

81. Utah State (2-4)
80. Tulane (3-3)
79. Oregon State (2-4)
78. Western Kentucky (4-3)
77. Cincinnati (3-3)
76. Duke (3-4)

75. Syracuse (3-4)
– The Orange gave first-year head coach Dino Babers his first signature win, as Syracuse beat No. 17 Virginia Tech 31-17.

74. Army (4-2)

73. Kentucky (3-3)
72. South Alabama (3-3)
71. UConn (3-4)
70. Notre Dame (2-5)
69. Georgia Southern (3-3)
68. Mississippi State (2-4)

67. Oregon (2-4)
66. South Carolina (2-4)
65. Michigan State (2-4)
64. Tulsa (4-2)

63. Cal (3-3)
62. Maryland (4-2)
61. Missouri (2-4)
60. Arizona (2-5)

59. Georgia Tech (4-3)
58. Appalachian State (4-2)
57. Louisiana Tech (4-3)
56. Central Michigan (5-2)

55. Northwestern (3-3)
54. Southern Miss (4-3)
53. Indiana (3-3)

52. Middle Tennessee (4-2)
51. Air Force (4-2)

50. Wake Forest (5-2)
49. Minnesota (4-2)
48. UCLA (3-4)
47. Memphis (5-1)
46. Toledo (5-1)
45. Penn State (4-2)
44. Texas Tech (3-3)
43. Kansas State (3-3)
42. Arizona State (5-2)
41. Iowa (5-2)
40. Georgia (4-3)

39. Texas (3-3)

38. Stanford (4-2) – Center Jesse Burkett recovered a fumble in the end zone after Bryce Love fumbled on the goal line, and cornerback Quenton Meeks returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown in a win over Notre Dame in South Bend.

37. Navy (4-1)
36. Colorado (5-2)
35. BYU (4-3)
34. NC State (4-2)
33. San Diego State (5-1)
32. Pittsburgh (5-2)
31. TCU (4-2)
30. Washington State (4-2)
29. USF (6-1)

28. Miami (4-2)
27. North Carolina (5-2)
26. USC (4-3)
25. Virginia Tech (4-2)
24. Oklahoma State (4-2)

23. LSU (4-2)
22. Western Michigan (7-0)
21. Oklahoma (4-2)

20. Auburn (4-2)
19. Ole Miss (3-3)
18. Florida (5-1)

17. Florida State (5-2)
16. West Virginia (5-0)
15. Utah (6-1)
14. Boise State (6-0)
13. Tennessee (5-2)
12. Arkansas (5-2)
11. Houston (6-1)

10. Wisconsin (4-2) – The Badgers have back-to-back losses to Michigan and Ohio State the last two games, but they went toe-to-toe with two of the best teams in the nation.

9. Nebraska (6-0) – Tommy Armstrong Jr. connected with Stanley Morgan Jr. on a 72-yard touchdown pass with 9:57 left to play to help the Cornhuskers score a 27-22 win over Indiana.

8. Baylor (6-0) – Seth Russell threw two touchdowns and ran for two more in the first half, and Ryan Reid returned the first of his two interceptions for a score as the Bears remained unbeaten with a 49-7 win over Kansas.

7. Louisville (5-1) – The Cardinals didn’t look as sharp as we have seen this year in a Friday night win over Duke, but a win is a win. And Bobby Petrino’s squad remains a College Football Playoff contender.

6. Texas A&M (6-0) – The Aggies were off this week, so they had an extra week to rest up and prepare for Alabama in a crucial SEC West showdown next week.

5. Washington (6-0) – Chris Petersen’s Huskies host Oregon State next Saturday after enjoying an off week.

4. Clemson (7-0) – Deshaun Watson and the Tigers survived four turnovers, as Artavis Scott caught a 10-yard touchdown pass in overtime and Marcus Edmond finished it with an interception in the end zone in a 24-17 win over NC State.

3. Michigan (6-0) – The Wolverines had a bye this week, and their attention now turns to their home contest next week against Illinois.

2. Ohio State (6-0) – J.T. Barrett threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Noah Brown in overtime, and the Buckeyes sacked Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook on fourth-and-goal in overtime for a 30-23 win in Madison.

1. Alabama (7-0) – Jalen Hurts and Bo Scarbrough each rushed for over 100 yards, and the Crimson Tide once again received points from their defense and special teams in a 49-10 dismantling of Tennessee.

MORE: Week 8 College Football Bowl Projections

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