College Football Power Rankings: 26-119

College Football Power Rankings: 26-119
RANK LAST WEEK TEAM
51 49
Texas A&M (6-5)
52 45
Fresno St. (6-4)
53 54
New Mexico (7-3)
54 59
55 36
56 64
Navy (6-4)
57 47
Vanderbilt (5-5)
58 44
Colorado (5-6)
59 53
TCU (5-5)
60 55
Houston (6-4)
61 60
62 76
Nebraska (5-6)
63 40
Kansas St. (5-5)
64 62
Louisville (5-5)
65 73
66 57
Indiana (6-5)
67 65
Arizona (4-6)
68 66
UCLA (5-5)
Senior kick returner Matt Slater has been a bright spot in an otherwise dismal month for the Bruins. Slater has turned into the college version of Devin Hester over the past two weeks against Arizona and Arizona State, taking a kick to the house in each game, and averaging 45.3 yards on six returns. He now has three touchdowns on kick returns in 2007, which sets the UCLA single-season record and ties the Pac-10 single-season mark set by USC's Anthony Davis in 1974.
69 72
Miami (OH) (5-5)
70 87
Iowa St. (3-8)
71 75
Pittsburgh (4-5)
72 77
73 67
74 78
Nevada (5-4)
The second-half emergence of the Wolf Pack's Colin Kaepernick as an elite quarterback is one of the country's best under-the-radar stories. Kaepernick, a redshirt freshman, took over for injured starter Nick Graziano on Oct. 6 against Fresno State -- and proceeded to throw for 384 yards, four touchdowns and zero picks. Over Kaepernick's five starts, in which Nevada is 3-2, he has passed for 1,237 yards and 13 TDs against just two picks, and rushed for 440 yards and five more scores.
75 80
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