26-119 Power Rankings (cont.)

College Football Power Rankings: 76-100
RANK LAST WEEK TEAM
76 100
Air Force (2-0)
77 77
78 79
Baylor (1-1)
79 81
Ball St. (1-1)
80 85
81 86
82 83
83 88
84 93
Minnesota (1-1)
85 102
UNLV (1-1)
Perhaps the Rebels aren't bottom-20 material after all. They hung tough with a purported top-10 team, Wisconsin, on Saturday night in front of a "home" crowd that was composed of mostly UW fans who traveled to Vegas. It took a heroic, 29-yard TD scramble by the Badgers' Tyler Donovan in the final two minutes to seal a 20-13 victory for the favorites. Though it couldn't pull off the upset, UNLV can take solace in the fact that its spread offense is finally clicking, as new starting QB Travis Dixon threw for 258 yards and a touchdown -- stats that former starter Rocky Hinds wouldn't likely have posted.
86 72
Miami (OH) (1-1)
87 82
88 87
Nevada (0-2)
89 89
90 108
Middle Tennessee St. (0-2)
After running for just 18 yards in a Week 1 loss to Florida Atlantic, the Blue Raiders came alive in Week 2, running up a stunning 42 points on 265 rushing yards against Louisville. They racked up 555 yards of total offense and scored touchdowns on their first five possessions. Unfortunately, the Cards weren't the only team not playing defense on Thursday night: Middle Tennessee gave up 58 points -- and 275 rushing yards to Louisville running back Anthony Allen alone.
91 94
SMU (1-1)
92 90
93 91
Akron (1-1)
94 63
Utah (0-2)
95 95
96 105
97 96
Memphis (0-1)
98 97
99 98
100 75
Toledo (0-2)
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