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Army avenged a fall loss to Penn State to swap places with the Nittany Lions in our standings. That’s the only change this, as the other results keep bolstering our list.
Arizona beat Arizona State Saturday, avenging an earlier loss to the Sun Devils. We were a bit ahead of the curve, as we pushed the Wildcats ahead of ASU last month.
Cal beat Utah Saturday, which falls in line with our rankings. The Utes put up 29 points on the Bears, which is rare, so we had to consider bumping them up. But we couldn’t justify pushing them ahead of Central Washington, who has been lights out this spring, or UCLA, who beat the Utes.
CWU’s schedule gets tougher in a hurry, as the Wildcats host St. Mary’s this weekend and Cal Poly the next. So we should find out just how good CWU is soon.
Davenport lost big to Arkansas State, but the Panthers did manage 27 points against the No. 2 team in the country. Notre Dame beat Ohio State, but not by much. Navy pummeled another conference foe, but the strength of the ACRL is still questionable.
Texas A&M and UCF have the same problem – their league competition is not considered all that tough. With the playoffs encroaching ever closer, we should see more mix-up in the coming weeks.
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