College Football Power Rankings: 26-119

College Football Power Rankings: 26-119
RANK LAST WEEK TEAM
76 54
Navy (1-2)
77 77
78 99
With a 42-39 upset of Minnesota on Saturday in Miami, the Owls have pulled themselves out of their customary position in the bottom 20 of these rankings, and are now on the verge of cracking the top 75. Their offensive performance against the Gophers was nothing short of masterful, as quarterback Rusty Smith threw for 463 yards, five touchdowns and zero interceptions. Meanwhile, Minnesota turned the ball over seven times in the 88-degree South Florida heat. Of the statement FAU made by beating a Big Ten team for the first time, Smith told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, "It means the world."
79 81
80 78
Baylor (2-1)
81 69
Arizona (1-2)
82 72
UTEP (1-2)
83 73
84 66
Marshall (0-3)
85 83
86 85
UNL (1-2)
87 103
Duke (1-2)
While the Blue Devils were celebrating on Northwestern's Ryan Field after ending the longest losing streak in college football, a few rowdy students back in Durham decided to have their own party: They ripped down a 40-foot goal post at Wallace Wade Stadium, and then carried to the campus' Main Quad. There, according to the Raleigh News-Observer, the students attempted to re-raise the post near the Duke Chapel ... but a piece fell, hitting an 18-year-old sophomore in the head and sending her to the hospital. It was later ruled that she did not have a serious injury.
88 58
89 88
Nevada (1-2)
90 89
91 101
Stanford (1-1)
92 95
93 86
Miami (OH) (1-2)
94 87
95 90
Middle Tennessee St. (0-3)
96 97
Memphis (1-1)
97 93
Akron (1-2)
98 96
99 84
Minnesota (1-2)
100 98
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