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No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 9

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Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 9 of the season. As we head deeper into the season, a look at how all 128 FBS teams grade out.


Another week, another win for top-ranked Alabama.

The Crimson Tide registered five sacks on Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight, who was part of Oklahoma’s Sugar Bowl upset of ‘Bama as a redshirt freshman a few years ago. There would be no upset on Saturday, and there would be no 348-yard, four-touchdown performance from Knight. He was held to 164 yards through the air and 24 on the ground in the loss. So, it’s another week with ‘Bama on top of the rankings.

Meanwhile, Houston’s New Year’s Six bowl dreams died in Dallas, as SMU upset the Cougars in an AAC matchup. Keep an eye on Boise State, Navy and Western Michigan for that automatic NY6 bid.

Where does your favorite team check in this week?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Bowling Green (1-7)
127. FAU (1-6)
126. San Jose State (2-6)
125. Miami, OH (2-6)

124. Rice (1-6)
123. Buffalo (1-6)
122. Kent State (2-6)
121. New Mexico State (2-5)
120. Fresno State (1-7)
119. Charlotte (3-5)
118. UTEP (2-5)

117. Northern Illinois (2-6)
116. Louisiana-Monroe (2-5)
115. UMass (1-7)
114. Georgia State (2-5)

113. Kansas (1-6)
112. Marshall (2-5)

111. Texas State (2-5)
110. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-4)

109. FIU (3-5)
108. Rutgers (2-6)
107. UTSA (3-4)

106. Hawaii (4-4) – Dru Brown threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Marcus Kemp on the first play of the second overtime, helping the Rainbow Warriors beat Air Force by seven points to end the Falcons’ 15-game home winning streak.

105. Arkansas State (2-4)
104. Ball State (4-4)
103. Nevada (3-5)
102. Idaho (4-4)
101. UNLV (3-5)

100. Illinois (2-5)
99. North Texas (4-3)
98. Iowa State (1-6)
97. Virginia (2-5)
96. East Carolina (2-5)
95. Colorado State (4-4)
94. SMU (3-4)
93. Ohio (5-3)
92. Akron (5-3)

91. Old Dominion (4-3)
90. New Mexico (4-3)
89. Purdue (3-4)
88. Boston College (3-4)
87. Oregon State (2-5)

86. Utah State (3-4)
85. Tulane (3-4)
84. Eastern Michigan (5-3)

83. UCF (4-3)
82. Vanderbilt (4-4)
81. Wyoming (5-2)
80. Troy (6-1)
79. Temple (5-3)
78. Western Kentucky (5-3)

77. Cincinnati (4-3) – Gunner Kiel made his first start of the season and led the Bearcats to their first AAC win, a 31-19 defeat of East Carolina.

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

67. South Carolina (3-4)
66. Michigan State (2-5)

65. Missouri (2-5)
64. Arizona (2-5)
63. Syracuse (4-4)

62. Indiana (3-4)
61. Tulsa (5-2)
60. Maryland (5-2)

59. Georgia Tech (4-3)
58. Appalachian State (5-2)
57. Louisiana Tech (5-3)
56. Central Michigan (5-3)
55. UCLA (3-5)
54. Southern Miss (4-3)
53. Cal (4-3)

52. Air Force (4-3)
51. Texas (3-4)
50. Middle Tennessee (5-2)

49. Minnesota (5-2)
48. Memphis (5-2)
47. Wake Forest (5-2)
46. Texas Tech (3-4)
45. Stanford (4-3)
44. Georgia (4-3)
43. Arizona State (5-3)
42. Northwestern (4-3)

41.  Toledo (6-1)

40. Kansas State (4-3) – Jesse Ertz ran for two touchdowns and threw for another score, as the Wildcats held on for a 24-21 victory over Texas in the Little Apple.

39. Iowa (5-3)
38. NC State (4-3)
37. BYU (4-4)

36. Houston (6-2)
35. USF (6-2)
34. Ole Miss (3-4)
33. Miami (4-3)
32. TCU (4-3)
31. Navy (5-1)

30. Penn State (5-2)
29. Arkansas (5-3)
28. San Diego State (6-1)
27. Washington State (5-2)
26. Colorado (6-2)

25. Pittsburgh (5-2)
24. North Carolina (6-2)
23. USC (4-3)
22. Virginia Tech (5-2)
21. Oklahoma State (5-2)

20. LSU (5-2)
19. Western Michigan (8-0)
18. Oklahoma (5-2)

17. Auburn (5-2)
16. Florida (5-1)

15. Florida State (5-2)
14. Tennessee (5-2)

13. Wisconsin (5-2)
12. Ohio State (6-1)
11. Boise State (7-0)

10. West Virginia (6-0) – The Mountaineers rode their improved defense and Skyler Howard’s four touchdown passes to a 34-10 win over TCU.

9. Utah (7-1) – Running back Joe Williams, who quit football last month before returning last week, ran for 332 yards and four touchdowns to help the Utes record a 52-45 win over UCLA.

8. Texas A&M (6-1) – Shaan Washington’s roughing the passer penalty was a major turning point in the Aggies’ loss to Alabama, as it brought life to a drive that would have ended in a punt and helped lead to a ‘Bama touchdown in an eventual A&M loss.

7. Nebraska (7-0) – Mike Riley’s Cornhuskers received 303 yards of total offense from Tommy Armstrong Jr. in a 27-14 win over feisty Purdue.

6. Baylor (6-0) – The Bears had a bye week, giving them extra time to prepare for a tilt at Texas next week. How many points will that Longhorns defense give up to Jim Grobe’s squad?

5. Louisville (6-1) – Lamar Jackson broke a school single-season record with four first-half touchdowns, the defense had three interceptions and the Cardinals cruised to a 54-13 win over NC State.

4. Washington (7-0) – Jake Browning threw for three touchdowns to give him 26 for the season, and he added another score on the ground, as the Huskies cruised to a 41-17 win over Oregon State.

3. Clemson (7-0) – The Tigers had the week off, so they will have extra time to prepare for their showdown at Florida State next week.

2. Michigan (7-0) – Jim Harbaugh’s Wolverines had an easy time in a 41-8 win over Illinois, as quarterback Wilton Speight threw for 253 yards and two touchdowns in just three quarters of play.

1. Alabama (8-0) – Jonathan Allen returned a fumble 29 yards for a touchdown late in the third quarter to help the Crimson Tide take a 33-14 win over Texas A&M in Tuscaloosa.

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