College Football Power Rankings: 26-119

College Football Power Rankings: 26-119
101 100
102 101
103 103
104 113
Rice (2-7)
105 106
106 104
Army (3-6)
107 105
Akron (3-6)
108 110
Tulane (2-7)
How dare you, Matt Forte! Only 103 yards rushing against Tulsa? The Green Wave's running sensation was slowed down, somewhat, in a 49-25 loss to the Golden Hurricane on Saturday. Forte gained fewer than 200 yards for the first time since a Sept. 29 loss to LSU, but kept his hold on the national rushing lead. In rushing yards per game, he still has a 21.5-yard advantage over UCF's Kevin Smith, who ranks second. UTEP and Rice, the 83rd- and 82nd-ranked rushing defenses, await Forte in the next two weeks, so he'd better capitalize.
109 107
110 108
Colorado (1-8)
111 109
UNLV (2-7)
112 111
Marshall (1-8)
113 115
SMU (1-8)
114 112
115 116
Minnesota (1-9)
116 114
Idaho (1-9)
There aren't many positive things going on in the Idaho camp. They lost their coach, Dennis Erickson, to Arizona State, where he immediately turned the Sun Devils back into a Pac-10 contender. The Vandals' only win this season is against a formerly-known-as-I-AA team, Cal Poly. The closest they've come against any other team is a seven-point loss to Northern Illinois ... which checks in one spot worse in these rankings, at 116th. The lone ray of sunlight might be senior linebacker David Vobora, who had 14 solo tackles in Saturday's loss to Louisiana Tech. Vobora now leads the nation in total tackles with 124, and ranks second in tackles per game at 12.4, just 0.3 behind UAB's Will Dunbar.
117 117
118 118
Utah St. (0-8)
119 119
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