College Football Power Rankings: 26-119

College Football Power Rankings: 26-119
RANK LAST WEEK TEAM
76 77
77 79
Ball St. (5-3)
78 85
79 76
Arizona (2-6)
80 78
81 80
Kent St. (3-5)
82 101
Temple (3-5)
The Owls are on the march! They're now 3-2 in the MAC and in strong contention for the league's East Division crown after knocking off previously unbeaten-in-conference Miami of Ohio on Saturday. Now for the bad news: Quarterback Adam DiMichele, the leader of Temple's climb to respectability, was lost for the season after having his leg broken early in the second quarter. DiMichele is a reshirt junior who should be able to return as the Owls' starter in 2008 ... but he'll miss out on the remainder of a potentially stunning run at a league title.
83 88
Syracuse (2-6)
84 81
85 82
Baylor (3-5)
86 74
Ole Miss (2-6)
87 83
Nevada (3-4)
88 84
Buffalo (3-5)
Bulls coach Turner Gill's name has been popping up on short-lists for Bill Callahan's soon-to-be-vacated post at Nebraska. What happened on Saturday at Syracuse wasn't exactly a ringing endorsement of Gill's candidacy: His Buffalo team lost 20-12 to the Orange, and didn't manage a single touchdown against a defense that is ranked 109th in the country in total yards allowed. As quarterback Drew Willy told the Buffalo News, "So many of our problems were self-inflicted." In addition to their myriad red-zone failures, the Bulls committed 10 penalties.
89 87
90 97
91 89
Duke (1-6)
92 95
Middle Tennessee St. (3-5)
93 99
Memphis (3-4)
94 90
UAB (2-5)
95 96
96 86
Notre Dame (1-7)
97 98
98 106
Toledo (3-5)
99 100
Iowa St. (1-7)
100 91
Ohio (3-5)
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