No. 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 5

Campus Insiders’ 1-128 college football rankings heading into Week 5 of the season. Here’s how all 128 teams grade out after another week.

Just when we think we have seen it all in college football, the sport’s gods provide us with even more craziness.

LSU was unable to find the end zone before time expired in a loss to Auburn, which helped deliver Gus Malzahn a much-needed win. Meanwhile, Les Miles and the Bayou Bengals fell to 2-2, and the situation in Baton Rouge is bound to be tense for a while.

In Big Ten land, Wisconsin made itself known as a legitimate conference contender, as the Badgers handily beat Michigan State in East Lansing.

And Tennessee was finally able to break its 11-game losing streak to Florida, giving Butch Jones his signature win as head coach in Knoxville.

So where does your favorite team stack up in the latest rankings?

No. 1-128 College Football Rankings

128. Charlotte
127. San Jose State
126. Hawaii
125. FIU
124. New Mexico State
123. Northern Illinois
122. Bowling Green
121. Kent State
120. Rice
119. Texas-San Antonio
118. Georgia State
117. Miami (OH)
116. UNLV
115. Kansas
114. Fresno State
113. Buffalo
112. Louisiana-Monroe
111. Florida Atlantic
110. Old Dominion
109. North Texas
108. Iowa State
107. Louisiana-Lafayette
106. Texas-El Paso
105. Arkansas State
104. Ball State
103. Wyoming
102. Troy
101. Massachusetts

100. Virginia – Kurt Benkert threw five touchdown passes, and first-year Cavaliers head coach Bronco Mendenhall won his 100th career game in a victory over Central Michigan.

99. Ohio
98. Idaho
97. Texas State
96. Akron
95. New Mexico
94. Nevada
93. SMU
92. Central Florida
91. Eastern Michigan
90. Purdue
89. South Alabama
88. Rutgers
87. Illinois
86. Tulsa
85. Oregon State
84. Utah State
83. Boston College
82. Marshall
81. Kentucky
80. Tulane
79. Colorado State
78. Temple
77. Connecticut
76. Army
75. Duke
74. Northwestern
73. Western Kentucky
72. Syracuse
71. Vanderbilt

70. Memphis – Riley Ferguson threw six touchdown passes to six different receivers and ran for a seventh to tie a school record for most touchdowns responsible for in the Tigers’ blowout win over Bowling Green.

69. Indiana
68. East Carolina
67. NC State
66. Maryland
65. Central Michigan
64. California
63. Washington State
62. Louisiana Tech
61. Appalachian State
60. Georgia Southern
59. South Carolina
58. Navy
57. Missouri
56. Wake Forest
55. Colorado
54. Cincinnati
53. Mississippi State
52. Air Force
51. Middle Tennessee
50. Toledo
49. Penn State
48. Notre Dame
47. Georgia Tech
46. Minnesota
45. Arizona
44. Texas Tech

43. Virginia Tech – Justin Fuente has the perfect quarterback in Jerod Evans to run his system, as he showed off his big-play ability once again in an easy victory over East Carolina.

42. Kansas State
41. BYU
40. Arizona State
39. West Virginia
38. LSU
37. Southern Miss
36. Western Michigan
35. Oregon
34. USC
33. South Florida
32. Pittsburgh
31. San Diego State
30. Iowa
29. Oklahoma
28. Oklahoma State
27. Georgia
26. UCLA
25. Auburn
24. Utah
23. North Carolina
22. Florida State
21. TCU
20. Arkansas
19. Nebraska
18. Boise State
17. Miami (FL)
16. Florida
15. Tennessee
14. Michigan State
13. Texas
12. Ole Miss
11. Washington

10. Wisconsin – The Badgers had a shockingly easy time in East Lansing, defeating Michigan State 30-6. The tough stretch continues next week with a date against Michigan.

9. Texas A&M – Trevor Knight threw a 92-yard scoring pass to Josh Reynolds, and the Aggies beat Arkansas for the fifth straight time.

8. Baylor – Seth Russell threw four touchdown passes, including an 89-yarder to Chris Platt for the go-ahead score in the third quarter, as the Bears beat Oklahoma State.

7. Houston – Tom Herman’s Cougars received a big effort from D’Eriq King, who caught a touchdown pass, threw for a score and returned a kickoff for another TD in a 64-3 victory over Texas State.

6. Stanford – The Cardinal beat Jim L. Mora and UCLA once again, as J.J. Arcega-Whiteside caught an 8-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Burns with 24 seconds to play to give the Cardinal the lead. It was Stanford’s ninth consecutive victory over UCLA.

5. Clemson – Dabo Swinney’s Tigers shut down the Georgia Tech spread option attack in a Thursday night win in Atlanta.

4. Michigan – The Wolverines ran all over Penn State, as De’Veon Smith and Karan Higdon helped Jim Harbaugh score a 39-point win over James Franklin.

3. Louisville – Lamar Jackson threw five touchdown passes and ran for two more scores to help the Cardinals sail by overmatched Marshall.

2. Ohio State – The Buckeyes enjoyed a bye week and return to action next week against Rutgers.

1. Alabama – Jalen Hurts ran and passed for a touchdown and backup running back Joshua Jacobs scored his first two career touchdowns in a shutout win over Kent State.

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