Cincinnati holds off Alabama, Ohio State in latest NCAA Re-Rank 1-130

Cincinnati remains at No. 2 in the U.S.A. TODAY Sports NCAA Re-Rank 1-130 after a 48-14 win versus SMU, warding off obstacles from Alabama and Ohio State after among the specifying weekends of the routine season.

No. 1 Georgia beat Charleston Southern 56-7 and is anticipated to do the very same versus competing Georgia Tech to end November. There’s this leading 4 of the Bulldogs, Bearcats, Crimson Tide and Buckeyes, and there’s everybody else.

Completing the leading 10 are Michigan, Oklahoma State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Baylor. 3 of the Power 5 leagues — SEC, Big 12 and Big 10 — represent 8 of the leading 10, signed up with by one group from the American Athletic (Cincinnati) and one independent (the Battling Irish).

Cincinnati running back Ethan Wright runs with the ball in the fourth quarter against the South Florida at Raymond James Stadium.

Cincinnati running back Ethan Wright runs with the ball in the 4th quarter versus the South Florida at Raymond James Arena.

The Re-Rank was unkind to 3 Power 5 groups dropping in the 1-130 after agonizing losses. No. 13 Oregon is down 9 after getting burnt out by Utah, which hopped up to No. 18. Michigan State is down 7 areas to No. 15 after losing by 49 indicate C.J. Stroud and the Buckeyes. No. 17 Wake Forest fell 4 after losing to No. 26 Clemson.

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5 groups from the Power 5 increased 10 or more areas: Utah (up 12), Clemson (11), No. 37 Oregon State (13), No. 59 South Carolina (12) and No. 90 Colorado (13).

And a few of the most significant programs in the nation continued to move method down the 1-130. Florida is down 13 to No. 71 after losing to Missouri. The Gators are likewise down a head coach after shooting Dan Mullen late in his 4th season. Texas is down 16 to No. 87 after losing to West Virginia, the Longhorns’ 6th successive loss under first-year coach Steve Sarkisian.

This short article initially appeared on U.S.A. TODAY: College football NCAA Re-Rank: Cincinnati leads Alabama, Ohio State

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.