College Football Power Rankings: 26-119

College Football Power Rankings: 26-119
RANK LAST WEEK TEAM
76 74
Miami (OH) (4-5)
77 75
Pittsburgh (3-5)
78 57
Washington (2-6)
The Huskies, once thought to be a top-25 team after early wins over Syracuse and Boise State, are hoping Saturday's loss to Arizona -- their sixth straight -- is the season's low point. This dismal run is keeping the performance of freshman quarterbacking sensation Jake Locker somewhat of a national secret. Against the Wildcats, Locker asserted himself as the Tebow of the Northwest, racking up 86.2 percent of the UW's total offense, or 493 of 572 yards. He ran for 157 yards and two touchdowns ... and passed 336 yards and two more touchdowns. How long will the Huskies continue to waste such brilliant performances?
79 77
Ball St. (5-4)
80 78
81 82
Temple (3-5)
82 87
Nevada (4-4)
83 81
Kent St. (3-6)
84 83
Syracuse (2-6)
85 100
Ohio (4-5)
86 76
87 88
Buffalo (4-5)
88 71
89 92
Middle Tennessee St. (4-5)
90 93
Memphis (4-4)
91 85
Baylor (3-6)
92 94
UAB (2-6)
Everyone's favorite college kicker named Swayze has lost his outright lead in the national field goal race! The Blazers' Swayze Waters missed one field goal (but made two) in a loss to East Carolina on Saturday. That dropped him into a tie for first in field goals per game -- at 2.38 -- with New Mexico's John Sullivan, who hit four of five against Air Force. The NCAA's most accurate field-goal kicker, though, remains Arizona State's Thomas Weber, who is 15-of-15 through eight games.
93 95
94 91
Duke (1-7)
95 86
Ole Miss (2-7)
96 96
Notre Dame (1-7)
97 98
Toledo (4-5)
98 115
99 97
100 111
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