College Football Power Rankings: 26-119

College Football Power Rankings: 26-119
RANK LAST WEEK TEAM
76 84
Ohio (6-6)
77 75
Pittsburgh (4-7)
Panthers senior defensive end Joe Clermond told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that a win on Saturday over West Virginia "would be a real good treat for me, the seniors and everyone else on the team -- even the alumni." He forgot about Ohio State and Georgia, who sit at Nos. 3 and 4 in the BCS standings, respectively. They're huge Pitt fans right now. Should the Panthers do the unfathomable and upset a West Virginia team that's averaged 566.5 yards of offense in the past two Backyard Brawls, it would open a door for either the Buckeyes or Bulldogs to slip into the national title game (as would a loss by Missouri in the Big 12 Championship).
78 80
79 76
Iowa St. (3-9)
80 81
81 71
Washington (4-8)
82 83
83 86
84 82
Temple (4-8)
85 91
86 88
UTEP (4-8)
87 89
88 90
Middle Tennessee St. (5-7)
89 95
90 72
Nevada (5-6)
91 94
Buffalo (5-7)
92 92
93 85
Wyoming (5-7)
94 99
Notre Dame (3-9)
In the process of beating Stanford to save a small amount of face at the end of their miserable season, the Fighting Irish still allowed five sacks, bringing their national-worst total to 56 on the season. The Irish offense lost a grand total of 411 yards on sacks; that's 87 more yards than the second-most porous offensive line -- Syracuse's -- lost on sacks in 2007. Tennessee allowed the fewest sacks of any team this season: four, for just 44 yards. That stat makes it slightly less surprising that the Vols are in the SEC title game.
95 87
Stanford (3-8)
96 96
Baylor (3-9)
97 97
Ole Miss (3-9)
98 110
99 98
Toledo (5-7)
100 100
Tulane (4-8)
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