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Week 6 Rankings

Nothing to much to change on the top two spots but the rest of the league gets a shake down.


The Cougars are on a bye week, and there was no team that did enough to displace them from the top spot.


Wyoming pulled its worth by holding off a sinking TCU at home this past week. The Wyoming rushing game also destroyed TCU by having two players rush for more then 100 yards each.


Another team with a bye week. New Mexico looks strong to challenge Wyoming for the second spot in conference thus far.


The Falcons finally get a win and even though it was against UNLV, the Falcons are in good shape with only one loss in conference. The rest of their schedule should be favorable in conference with all ready have played Utah, BYU, and TCU.


We will see if the Utes slip up against San Diego State in the same fashion as the UNLV crisis. The coaching staff has learned that this Ute team can be beat by any team, and they probably could beat most teams, so they should be ready for San Diego State on Saturday.


Where have you gone Gary Patterson? A great coach with a great defense, but last week they were ran all over by 2 Wyoming players who combined for 235 rushing yards. As it looks now the Horned Frogs might be pushing it to become bowl eligible.


So much for being undefeated in conference. The Rebels offense was decent against the Air Force, but that Rebel defense allowed for over 300 yards on the ground, and thus are no longer undefeated in conference play.


WOW! The Aztecs win against a FBS team last week. Kevin O'Connell seems to be getting a bit better each week, but I see maybe 2 more wins on the year for the Aztecs and that might be pushing it.


Could these once powerful Rams pull a goose egg on the rest of the season. They all ready have an 11 game losing streak dating to last year, and with games against Wyoming, @ BYU, @ New Mexico, and Utah still on the schedule this could be a long year. The Rams hope for a win comes against FCS team Georgia Southern in game 11. So, is the loss of Korry Sperry really that hurtful?