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1. OHIO STATE (10-0)
Hmmm, what's the tougher game ? Illini or Wolverines? Next: vs. Illinois.
2. OREGON (8-1)
OK, it's officially time to start putting Dennis Dixon in the Heisman race. Next: at Arizona (Nov. 15).
3. LSU (8-1)
Tigers get a gut-check victory over Tide. But defense better start playing better. Next: vs. Louisiana Tech.
4. OKLAHOMA (8-1)
Sooners should put up big numbers against porous Baylor defense. Next: vs. Baylor.
5. KANSAS (9-0)
Scoring 76 is impressive, no matter who you do it against. Next: at Oklahoma State.
6. MISSOURI (8-1)
Tigers rolled all over Colorado ? and no one is saying a word about the easy win. Next: vs. Texas A&M.
7. WEST VIRGINIA (7-1)
Mountaineers need style points Thursday when they host Louisville and its mediocre defense. Next: vs. Louisville (Thursday).
8. ARIZONA STATE (8-1)
Sun Devils still have good shot at finishing 11-1 and in a BCS bowl. Next: at UCLA.
9. BOSTON COLLEGE (8-1)
Ryan (and his team) needs to bounce back in big way if he wants to win Heisman. Next: at Maryland.
10. GEORGIA (7-2)
Longtime rivals get together for important game Saturday in Athens. Next: vs. Auburn.
11. USC (7-2)
Depending on what happens elsewhere, Trojans still in hunt for Rose Bowl berth. Next: at California.
12. TEXAS (8-2)
Longhorns have needed fourth-quarter heroics the past two weeks. Next: vs. Texas Tech.
13. MICHIGAN (8-2)
Even without Hart and Henne at 100 percent, Wolverines had too much for Spartans. Next: at Wisconsin.
14. AUBURN (7-3)
Tuberville better make sure his defense is ready to stop Georgia TB Knowshon Moreno. Next: at Georgia.
15. HAWAII (8-0)
Warriors' run defense will be tested this week by physical Bulldogs. Next: vs. Fresno State.
16. VIRGINIA TECH (7-2)
Hokies still in the running for an ACC division championship. Next: vs. Florida State.
17. CLEMSON (7-2)
Tigers still in the running for an ACC division championship. Next: vs. Wake Forest.
18. FLORIDA (6-3)
Gators need to win "Spurrier Bowl III" to remain alive in SEC East race. Next: at South Carolina.
19. CALIFORNIA (6-3)
Golden Bears' season hasn't gone as expected, but a win over Trojans would be nice consolation prize. Next: vs. USC.
20. VIRGINIA (8-2)
Hey, if it's not a close game, Cavaliers wouldn't know how to act. Next: at Miami.
21. CONNECTICUT (8-1)
Saturday's matchup with Bearcats should be one of the weekend's best games. Next: at Cincinnati.
22. ALABAMA (6-3)
Crimson Tide can't afford to mope too long about loss to LSU, or Bulldogs will bite them. Next: at Mississippi State.
23. TENNESSEE (6-3)
If you've watched Vols' defense play, you can't be too confident they can stop McFadden and Jones. Next: vs. Arkansas.
24. KENTUCKY (6-3)
Wildcats' promising season has hit a snag. They can't let Commodores further mess it up. Next: at Vanderbilt.
25. BOISE STATE (8-1)
Broncos just counting the days until Nov. 23 showdown at Hawaii. Next: at Utah State.
26. BYU (6-2)
Cougars look to have good shot at finishing unbeaten in Mountain West play. Next: vs. TCU (Friday).
27. ILLINOIS (7-3)
Can Juice Williams handle the defensive pressure he'll see Saturday? That seems doubtful. Next: at Ohio State.
28. USF (6-3)
Bulls' season is spiraling out of control, and they need to right themselves against the Orange. Next: at Syracuse.
29. WAKE FOREST (6-3)
Six-game winning streak came to an end on missed field goal on last play vs. Cavs. Next: at Clemson.
30. PENN STATE (7-3)
Hmmm -- Nittany Lions will deign to play Temple, so why not play Pitt, too? Next: at Temple.
31. CINCINNATI (7-2)
Bearcats are going to have to find a way to effectively run the ball if they want to beat UConn. Next: vs. Connecticut.
32. FLORIDA STATE (6-3)
Seminoles came away with impressive road win at BC. Can they make it two in a row? Next: at Virginia Tech.
33. WISCONSIN (7-3)
Badgers hung tough into third quarter vs. Buckeyes. What can they do against Wolverines? Next: vs. Michigan.
34. ARKANSAS (6-3)
New sign in Fayetteville: "Welcome to McFadden Land. He runs, you watch in awe." Next: at Tennessee.
35. PURDUE (7-3)
Nice record. Too bad Boilermakers can't beat a real team. Next: vs. Michigan State.
36. SOUTH CAROLINA (6-4)
Hey, Gamecocks, we think McFadden just gained another 16 on you. Next: vs. Florida.
37. TEXAS TECH (7-3)
Of course the Red Raiders won last week; they weren't playing a legit foe. Next: at Texas.
38. OKLAHOMA STATE (5-4)
Nice gag vs. Texas, Cowboys. Hey, Mike Gundy, you should yell at yourself for that loss. Next: vs. Kansas.
39. UCLA (5-4)
That ticking sound? That's the clock winding down on Karl Dorrell's UCLA career. Next: vs. Arizona State.
40. UTAH (6-3)
Utes looking forward to that annual bloodletting vs. BYU. Next: vs. Wyoming.
41. KANSAS STATE (5-4)
OK, losing to Kansas is one thing. But losing to Iowa State? Weak. Next: at Nebraska.
42. OREGON STATE (5-4)
Beavers still looking to finish in the top half of the Pac-10. Next: vs. Washington.
43. MIAMI (5-4)
There should be some emotion Saturday, as it'll be UM's final game in Orange Bowl. Next: vs. Virginia.
44. COLORADO (5-5)
They stayed with Mizzou for a while. Then - wham! - Tigers squealed away and didn't look back. Next: at Iowa State.
45. MISSISSIPPI STATE (5-4)
Trap game? Bulldogs were off last week while Crimson Tide had their guts ripped out by LSU. Next: vs. Alabama.
46. NEW MEXICO (6-3)
Losing to TCU is one thing. Getting manhandled by TCU is another matter entirely. Next: vs. Colorado State.
47. MICHIGAN STATE (5-5)
Remember when Spartans were 4-0 and people were talking about them? Well, they're talking about them in a different way now. Next: at Purdue.
48. RUTGERS (5-4)
Hmmm. We're starting wonder if last season was an aberration. Next: at Army (Friday).
49. TEXAS A&M (6-4)
Mizzou's offense is good. A&M's defense isn't much. Gee, we see another big loss for Coach Fran. Next: at Missouri.
50. GEORGIA TECH (5-4)
Calvin Johnson evidently took all of Tech's passing offense with him to the NFL. Next: at Duke.
51. LOUISVILLE (5-4)
Before the season, Thursday night's game was being talked up as a potential blockbuster. Oh, well. Next: at West Virginia (Thursday).
52. IOWA (5-5)
Iowa's offense isn't much, but playing against Gophers' defense (their word, not ours) should be a nice cure-all. Next: vs. Minnesota.
53. AIR FORCE (7-3)
Irish lost to one service academy at home last week. Can Falcons make it two in a row? Next: at Notre Dame.
54. FRESNO STATE (6-3)
Bulldogs' only hopes for an upset rest on running for at least 200 yards. Next: at Hawaii.
55. WYOMING (5-4)
Cowboys have hit a lull, and that bad streak looks likely to continue vs. Utes. Next: at Utah.
56. TROY (6-3)
All three of Trojans' losses have come to SEC teams (Arkansas, Florida, Georgia). Next: at Western Kentucky.
57. HOUSTON (6-3)
A win Saturday basically gives Cougars the C-USA West championship. Next: at Tulsa.
58. VANDERBILT (5-4)
Commodores' secondary was torched by Florida. Can Andre' Woodson do the same? Next: vs. Kentucky.
59. TCU (5-4)
Horned Frogs looked great vs. New Mexico. But they haven't played well on the road. Next: at BYU (Friday).
60. EAST CAROLINA (6-4)
Pirates in excellent shape to win C-USA East title. Next: at Marshall.
61. UCF (6-3)
To win C-USA East, Knights need to keep winning and have ECU stumble. Next: at UAB.
62. TULSA (6-3)
Tulsa's offense will have some success against Houston. Alas, Houston's offense will have some success against Tulsa. Next: vs. Houston.
63. SOUTHERN MISS (5-4)
Golden Eagles will end up bemoaning loss to Rice, which could keep them from winning C-USA East. Next: vs. Memphis.
64. INDIANA (6-4)
IU is bowl-eligible, but getting to seven wins would guarantee Hoosiers a bid. Next: at Northwestern.
65. ARIZONA (4-6)
Wildcats need two more wins for bowl-eligibility. Their remaining games? Oregon and Arizona State. Next: vs. Oregon.
66. MARYLAND (4-5) Ralph Friedgen's Terps have underachieved this season. Offense has been the problem. Next: vs. Boston College.
67. NC STATE (4-5)
All of a sudden, Wolfpack are playing good football - and just in time for their archrival. Next: vs. North Carolina.
68. NAVY (5-4)
All hail the Middies, who ended 43 years of futility with triple-OT win at Notre Dame. Next: at North Texas.
69. NORTH CAROLINA (3-6)
Some folks would consider Butch Davis' first season with UNC a success if he can beat Wolfpack. Next: at NC State.
70. STANFORD (3-6)
Saturday's loser has good shot at finishing last in the Pac-10. Next: at Washington State.
71. WASHINGTON (3-6)
Huskies one of the few teams nationally with four games left. Next: at Oregon State.
72. WASHINGTON STATE (3-6)
As poorly as Cougars have played, they could win out (Stanford, Oregon State, Washington). Next: vs. Stanford.
73. NORTHWESTERN (5-5)
Wildcats have to beat either Indiana or Illinois to become bowl-eligible. Next: vs. Indiana.
74. IOWA STATE (2-8)
Cyclones have been playing OK football of late, and they stepped up and bit K-State on Saturday. Next: vs. Colorado.
75. PITT (4-5)
True freshman TB LeSean McCoy is the real deal. Now, Panthers need to get more talent around him. Next: at Rutgers (Nov. 17).
76. BALL STATE (5-5)
Ball State's next two games are vs. bad teams, and 7-5 record could get Cardinals a bowl bid. Next: vs. Toledo (Nov. 13).
77. OLE MISS (3-7)
OK, we're dense. Tell us again why David Cutcliffe was fired? Next: vs. LSU (Nov. 17).
78. NEVADA (5-4)
Wolf Pack have week off to get ready for high-powered Hawaii offense. Next: vs. Hawaii (Nov. 16).
79. NEBRASKA (4-6)
This week, Huskers will play without defensive coaches. Hey, it can't get any worse, right? Next: vs. Kansas State.
80. CENTRAL MICHIGAN (5-4)
Central Michigan has won 11 of its past 12 MAC regular-season games. Next: vs. Western Michigan (Tuesday).
81. MIAMI UNIVERSITY (5-5)
RedHawks' victory over Buffalo gives them inside track to MAC East title. Next: vs. Akron (Nov. 14).
82. UTEP (4-5)
We thought this week's game was a lock for Miners. But if you lose to Rice, you can lose to anybody. Next: at Tulane.
83. BOWLING GREEN (5-4)
Falcons have a chance to win out. And you have to figure 8-4 gets them a bowl bid. Next: at Eastern Michigan (Friday).
84. NOTRE DAME (1-8)
Final three games: Air Force, Duke and Stanford. Is 1-11 really possible? Next: vs. Air Force.
85. SAN DIEGO STATE (3-5)
Aztecs QB Kevin O'Connell is having a pretty nice season. Next: at UNLV.
86. UNLV (2-7)
In one of more bizarre outcomes this season, UNLV beat Utah by 27 points. Next: vs. San Diego State.
87. DUKE (1-8)
A 1-11 record beckons. Ahh, big deal: Basketball season starts soon. Next: vs. Georgia Tech.
88. SAN JOSE STATE (3-6)
Spartans have been beaten by a combined 72-7 the past two games. Next: vs. New Mexico State.
89. LOUISIANA TECH (4-5)
Bulldogs get to go against their "neighbors" this week. Too bad those neighbors won't be feeling neighborly. Next: at LSU.
90. MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE (5-5)
Blue Raiders have won four in a row since two-point loss to Virginia on Oct. 6. Next: vs. La.-Lafayette.
91. OHIO U. (5-5)
Resurgent Bobcats have won three of their past four. Next: at Akron (Wednesday).
92. KENT STATE (3-6)
Fading away: Golden Flashes have lost four in a row. Next: at Northern Illinois.
93. FLORIDA ATLANTIC (4-4)
Owls still have a shot Sun Belt Conference title and resultant New Orleans Bowl bid. Next: vs. Arkansas State.
94. BUFFALO (4-6)
You'd think Bulls coach Turner Gill would at least get an interview for Nebraska job. Next: vs. Bowling Green (Nov. 17).
95. WESTERN MICHIGAN (3-6)
One reason for bad record is that Broncos have committed 27 turnovers. Next: vs. Central Michigan (Tuesday).
96. TEMPLE (3-6)
The Owls get a rare visit from the Nittany Lions this weekend. Next: vs. Penn State.
97. COLORADO STATE (1-8)
This has not been a season to remember for longtime Rams coach Sonny Lubick. Next: at New Mexico.
98. AKRON (3-6)
Of Zips' last four regular-season games, none are scheduled for Saturdays. Next: vs. Ohio U. (Wednesday).
99. MEMPHIS (4-5)
As bad as Tigers are ? and they're bad ? they still have good shot at bowl-eligibility. Next: at Southern Miss.
100. BAYLOR (3-7)
Bears have allowed at least 30 points in six consecutive games. OU will make it seven. Next: at Oklahoma.
101. MINNESOTA (1-9)
Golden Gophers rank last in the nation in total defense, at 548.5 yards per game. Next: at Iowa.
102. RICE (2-7)
Weird but true: Saturday's 56-48 win over UTEP was second 56-48 game Owls have played this season. Next: at SMU.
103. SYRACUSE (2-7)
Saturday's loser falls into last place in the Big East. Next: vs. USF.
104. TOLEDO (5-5)
Rockets average 36.5 points per game. Not bad, huh? They also surrender 39.2 points per game. Next: at Ball State (Nov. 13).
105. WESTERN KENTUCKY (6-3)
Hilltoppers have won three in a row ? but each came against a Division I-AA program. Next: vs. Troy.
106. ARKANSAS STATE (4-5)
Consistent, if nothing else. The Indians have allowed at least 21 points in each game. Next: at Florida Atlantic.
107. ARMY (3-6)
Each of Black Knights' past three losses has been by at least 20 points. Next: vs. Rutgers (Friday).
108. LA.-MONROE (3-6)
Senior TB Calvin Dawson has eight 100-yard games this season and is 10th in nation in rushing. Next: vs. Grambling.
109. EASTERN MICHIGAN (3-7)
Eagles have lost five of their past six and likely will finish out by losing seven of final eight. Next: vs. Bowling Green (Friday).
110. NEW MEXICO STATE (4-6)
Two of the Aggies' victories have come against I-AA programs. Next: at San Jose State.
111. UAB (2-7)
Blazers are the first of four consecutive C-USA teams to be ranked this low. Next: vs. UCF.
112. MARSHALL (1-8)
Thundering Herd have one of the worst defenses in the nation. Next: vs. East Carolina.
113. TULANE (2-7)
Good news for Tulane. It will be able to run on UTEP. Bad news for Tulane. It won't be able to stop UTEP's offense. Next: vs. UTEP.
114. SMU (1-7)
Gary Barnett has expressed interest in becoming Mustangs' next coach. Next: vs. Rice.
115. NORTHERN ILLINOIS (1-8)
Huskies have lost their past two games by a combined 90 points. Next: vs. Kent State.
116. NORTH TEXAS (1-7)
Mean Green have a pitiful rush defense. That's not good with Navy next on the schedule. Next: vs. Navy.
117. LA.-LAFAYETTE (1-8)
Last week, Cajuns were shellacked at Tennessee. This week, they again play in that state. Next: at Middle Tennessee.
118. IDAHO (1-9)
Lone win this season came over a 6-3 Division I-AA team. Next: at Boise State.
119. UTAH STATE (0-9)
We're pretty sure that Utah State isn't going to get on the winning side of the ledger this week. Next: vs. Boise State.
120. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (0-9)
Last-play FG by Arkansas State extended losing streak to 21 in a row. Next: vs. La-Lafayette (Nov. 17).
Mike Huguenin is the college sports editor for Rivals.com. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.