AP Poll Top 25 College Basketball Rankings Week 5

AP Top 25 Poll – where do all the top teams stand in the latest AP college basketball rankings after Week 5?

Where do all the top teams rank in the Week 5 AP Top 25 college basketball poll? Which teams just missed out, but received votes?


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AP Poll College Basketball Rankings Week 5

Others Receiving Votes: Iowa 70, Charleston 54, Miami 29, Virginia Tech 27, Arizona State 20, Utah 16, Wisconsin 16, UNLV 14, Texas Tech 10, West Virginia 8, Marquette 7, Xavier 6, New Mexico 3, Memphis 3, Michigan State 3, Missouri 2, North Carolina 1, Kansas State 1

Number in parentheses is where each team finished in last week’s rankings.      

25. Ohio State Buckeyes 6-2 81 (25)

24. TCU Horned Frogs 6-1 113 (NR)

23. Mississippi State Bulldogs 8-0 187 (NR)

22. San Diego State Aztecs 6-2 265 (24)

21. Creighton Bluejays 6-3 346 (7)

Coaches Final Regular Season Football Rankings

20. Iowa State Cyclones 7-1 376 (23)

19. UCLA Bruins 7-2 479 (21)

18. Gonzaga Bulldogs 5-3 517 (14)

17. Illinois Fighting Illini 6-1 554 (16)

16. Kentucky Wildcats 6-2 596 (19)

15. Duke Blue Devils 8-2 745 (17)

14. Indiana Hoosiers 7-1 759 (10)

13. Maryland Terrapins 8-0 811 (22)

12. Baylor Bears 6-2 841 (6)

11. Auburn Tigers 8-0 853 (15)

AP Final Regular Season Football Rankings

10. Arizona Wildcats 7-1 1013 (4)

9. Arkansas Razorbacks 7-1 1021 (11)

8. Alabama Crimson Tide 7-1 1029 (12)

7. Tennessee Volunteers 7-1 1046 (13)

6. Kansas Jayhawks 8-1 1131 (9)

5. UConn Huskies 8-0 1295 (8)

4. Purdue Boilermakers 9-0 1411 8 1st (5)

3. Virginia Cavaliers 7-0 1416 3 1st (3)

2. Texas Longhorns 6-0 1473 14 1st (2)

1. Houston Cougars 8-0 1507 37 1st (1)

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AP Poll Top 25 Projection College Basketball Rankings Prediction Week 5

What will the latest AP Top 25 college basketball poll possibly be on December 5th? We make our best guess prediction before the real poll comes out on Monday morning

What will the latest 2022-2023 AP Poll potentially be? It’s our predicted best guess on the early college basketball rankings after Week 5


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Note that this is NOT the actual 2022-2023 college basketball AP Poll – it’s our prediction and projection of what it might be before it’s released.

AP Poll College Basketball Rankings Prediction Week 5

Number in parentheses is where each team finished in last week’s rankings.      

25. Charleston Cougars 8-1 (NR)

24. TCU Horned Frogs 6-1 (NR)

23. Ohio State Buckeyes 6-2 (25)

22. Creighton Bluejays 6-3 (7)

21. Gonzaga Bulldogs 5-3 (14)

Coaches Final Regular Season Football Rankings

20. San Diego State Aztecs 6-2 (24)

19. Iowa State Cyclones 7-1 (23)

18. Illinois Fighting Illini 6-1 (16)

17. UCLA Bruins 7-2 (21)

16. Kentucky Wildcats 6-2 (19)

15. Indiana Hoosiers 7-1 (10)

14. Baylor Bears 6-2 (6)

13. Auburn Tigers 8-0 (15)

12. Maryland Terrapins 8-0 (22)

11. Alabama Crimson Tide 7-1 (12)

AP Final Regular Season Football Rankings

10. Duke Blue Devils 8-2 (17)

9. Tennessee Volunteers 7-1 (13)

8. Arkansas Razorbacks 7-1 (11)

7. Kansas Jayhawks 8-1 (9)

6. Arizona Wildcats 7-1 (4)

5. UConn Huskies 8-0 (8)

4. Purdue Boilermakers 9-0 (5)

3. Virginia Cavaliers 7-0 (3)

2. Texas Longhorns 6-0 (2)

1. Houston Cougars 9-0 (1)

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NFL Expert Picks, Predictions, Lines: Week 5

NFL Expert Picks and Predictions for Week 5 of the season including the Giants at Green Bay, Dallas at the Rams, and Las Vegas at Kansas City

NFL expert picks, predictions, lines for Week 5 highlighted by the Giants at Green Bay, Dallas at the Rams, and Las Vegas at Kansas City


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NFL Expert Picks, Predictions: Week 5

* next to the pick means the team will win, but not cover.
Click on each game for the game preview and CFN Prediction

Week 5 NFL Expert Picks
Indianapolis at Denver | NY Giants at Green Bay
Pittsburgh at Buffalo | LA Chargers at Cleveland
Chicago at Minnesota | Detroit at New England
Seattle at New Orleans | Miami at NY Jets
Atlanta at Tampa Bay | Tennessee at Washington
Houston at Jacksonville | San Fran at Carolina
Dallas at LA Rams | Philadelphia at Arizona
Cincinnati at Baltimore | Las Vegas at KC
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Indianapolis at Denver

Line: Denver -3.5, o/u: 42

Evan Bredeson, CornhuskersWire.com: Indianapolis
Jeff Feyerer, CFN: Denver
Pete Fiutak, CFN: Denver
Cami Griffin, LonghornsWire.com: Indianapolis
Phil Harrison, BuckeyesWire.com: Denver
Jeremy Mauss, MWwire.com Denver
Big Game Ben Niewoehner, CFN Denver
E, CFN Denver
Tyler Nettuno, LSUTigerswire.com Indianapolis
Zack Pearson, TarHeelswire.com Indianapolis
Nick Shepkowski, FightingIrishWire.com: Indianapolis
Scott Steehn, WinnersandWhiners.com: Denver
Clucko the Chicken (a coin flip), CFN: Denver
CONSENSUS PICK: Denver

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UCF vs SMU Prediction, Game Preview

UCF vs SMU game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 5 game on Wednesday, October 6

UCF vs SMU prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 5, Sunday, October 2


UCF vs SMU How To Watch

Date: Wednesday, October 6
Game Time: 1:00 ET
Venue: FBC Mortgage Stadium, Orlando, FL
How To Watch: ESPN+
Record: UCF (3-1), SMU (2-2)
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College Football Week 5 Roundup
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Bowl Projections | Week 5 Scoreboard
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UCF vs SMU Game Preview

Why SMU Will Win

The passing game is rolling.

New head coach Rhett Lashlee wasn’t able to get wins over Maryland or TCU, but his team pushed hard in both games with QB Tanner Mordecai bombing away for a passing attack that’s fifth in the nation averaging 353 yards per game.

The UCF pass defense has been solid so far, but can the offense keep up?

It’s been way too inconsistent throwing the ball – it struggled against Louisville and Georgia Tech – and that’s not going to fly in this. The Knights have to be able to move the ball, but SMU will generate plays in the backfield and …

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Why UCF Will Win

The UCF running game should make up for the passing issues.

QB John Rhys Plumlee is trying to show that he’s a passer as well as a runner and great athlete, but he’s too effective when he takes off to not keep using his skills.

The Knights are fifth in the nation averaging 276 rushing yards per game, and between Plumlee and the good backs there’s a rotation that should keep hammering away on an SMU defensive front that allowed 5.7 yards per carry against Maryland and TCU.

UCF shouldn’t make this too difficult on itself. Run the ball, dominated the clock, keep the ball for over 35 minutes, and keep SMU’s O off the field.

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What’s Going To Happen

This was moved to Wednesday after the hurricane nightmare rolled through Orlando. It’s going to be a weird game that seems a bit off, but it should be a blast.

Can the SMU passing game take over, and can it get enough of a running game to get by? Can the UCF running game take over, and can it get enough of a passing game to get by?

Yes to all of that, but the Knights will be better on the defensive front, and the secondary will hold up with a few good big plays in the fourth quarter to come up with a massive win to kick off conference play.

CFN Expert Picks, Week 6

UCF vs SMU Prediction, Line

UCF 30, SMU 24
Line: UCF -3.5, o/u: 64.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3
UCF vs SMU Must See Rating (out of 5): 3.5

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Indianapolis vs Denver Prediction, Game Preview

Indianapolis vs Denver game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 5 game on Thursday, October 6

Indianapolis vs Denver prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 5, Thursday, October 6


Indianapolis vs Denver How To Watch

Date: Thursday, October 6
Game Time: 8:15 ET
Venue: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO
How To Watch: Prime Video
Record: Indianapolis (1-2), Denver (2-2)
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Indianapolis vs Denver Game Preview

Why Indianapolis Will Win

Now what will Denver do to run the ball?

Leading rusher Javonte Williams is out for the year for the year with a knee injury, Melvin Gordon is having problems hanging on to the ball, and Latavius Murray isn’t around yet to give it a shot.

The Colts don’t need the help – they’re already great at holding up against the run even after Derrick Henry and the Titans rumbled relatively well last week.

This isn’t an explosive Indianapolis offense – to be nice – but Matt Ryan hasn’t been bad, the defense has carried the weight, and this week the opponent fits.

Denver is 30th in the league in scoring, Russell Wilson and the passing game are struggling to get going, and again, the ground game might not be there.

But on the other side …

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Why Denver Will Win

Now what will Indianapolis do to run the ball?

It’s not like fantasy football owners didn’t see this coming – Jonathan Taylor hasn’t been right, and now he’s out with a high ankle sprain.

The Colts haven’t been able to generate enough of a push on the ground – it’s not for a lack of trying – and now it’ll be up to Nyheim Hines and a rotation to get one of the league’s worst ground attacks moving.

Yeah, Denver is spinning its wheels a bit, and yeah, it’s not scoring enough, but it’s the Greatest Show on Turf compared to the Colts and the lowest scoring offense in the NFL.

So it should come down to …

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What’s Going To Happen

Who can make the most out of its chances?

Getting points will be like pulling teeth, and that’s partly because of each offense’s woes in the red zone. Indianapolis is miserable inside the 20, and it gives up touchdowns too easily when teams get their chances.

Denver is the worst red zone team in the NFL  – at least when it comes to scoring touchdowns – but it’s No. 1 defensively.

Indianapolis will settle for field goals, Denver will come up with one extra touchdown off a deep drive.

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Indianapolis vs Denver Prediction, Line

Denver 20, Indianapolis 16
Line: Denver -3.5, o/u: 42
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3.5
Indianapolis vs Denver Must See Rating: 3

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Colorado State Vs Nevada: Game Preview, How To Watch, Odds, Prediction

Colorado State Vs Nevada: Game Preview, How To Watch, Odds, Prediction The Wolf Pack returns to action on Friday to face a winless Colorado State team coached by former Nevada coach Jay Norvell Contact/Follow @BrandonGBlake & @MWCwire Nevada and …

Colorado State Vs Nevada: Game Preview, How To Watch, Odds, Prediction

The Wolf Pack returns to action on Friday to face a winless Colorado State team coached by former Nevada coach Jay Norvell

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Nevada and Colorado State Clash In An Highly Anticipated Contest

WEEK 5: Nevada Wolf Pack (2-3, 0-1 MW) vs. Colorado State Rams  (0-4, 0-0 MW)

WHEN: Friday, October7th–7:30 PM PT/8:30 PM MT

TV: Fox Sports 1

STREAMING: Fox Sports 1 is on Fubo TV and here is the link where you can start a free trial.

RADIO: Nevada is on ESPN 94.5 in Reno and Colorado State is on K99.1 in Fort Collins.

SERIES RECORD: Colorado State leads the all-time series 12-5. Last meeting was in 2021 when Nevada won 52-10.

WEBSITES: NevadaWolfPack.com, the official Nevada athletics website | CSURams.com, the official Colorado State athletics website

ODDS: Nevada (-3.5)

SP+ PROJECTION: Nevada by 7.5

FEI PROJECTION: Nevada by 5.8

The game Nevada Wolf Pack fans have been waiting on for months is here.

The Wolf Pack will host the Colorado State Rams on Friday night in Reno. 

Honestly, I cannot think why this contest against the winless Rams is important for Nevada fans. I am drawing a blank as to why this game is such a big deal for Wolf Pack fans.

(Thinking)

(Thinking)

Ah, I remember why this game is important for Nevada, the fans, the players on the team and the coaching staff. 

Current Rams head coach Jay Norvell used to coach Nevada for five seasons and left Nevada for the big bucks that Colorado State was doling out. And not only did Norvell leave for another Mountain West team, Several Wolf Pack players and most of Norvell’s coaching staff left Reno to join Norvell at Colorado State.

Not to mention Norvell said in so many words that Colorado State offers “a major upgrade of support” as opposed to Nevada. A statement that rankled the Wolf Pack faithful.

These actions prompted legendary former Nevada head coach Chris Ault to call Norvell’s move to Colorado State the “Green Infection”. The “Green Infection” sounds like either a bad sci-fi B-movie from the 1960s or some side effect you might get from taking a medication that you may see from a TV ad. (Contact your doctor if you have the green infection along with nausea, vomiting and loss of vision)

Anyway, this is an important contest for Nevada as they would like to exact revenge on the coach who spurned them, And also, the Wolf Pack are trying to snap a three game losing streak and look to get back in the winning column. 

The Wolf Pack will take on a Rams team that is winless so far this season and have looked bad after one month of play. 

 

Can Nevada defeat the Rams and send their former head coach back to Fort Collins with another loss?

 

Here are my three keys and a prediction for Nevada-Colorado State

 

Achieve offensive balance against the Rams defense 

Through four games this season, these are the total number of rushing yards that the Colorado State Rams have given up. They gave up 234 rushing yards against Michigan, 114 rushing yards against Middle Tennessee State, 143 rushing yards against Washington State and 160 rushing yards against Sacramento State. 

In conclusion, teams have been successful at running the ball against the Rams. Also, the Rams defense has had issues stopping the pass. The Rams defense have given up 251 passing yards per game at 7.5 yards an attempt so far this season. Colorado State’s pass defense has allowed opposing QBs to complete 70.9 percent of their passes through four games this season.

Colorado State’s defense has been bad and the Wolf Pack offense needs to exploit that weakness in order to win. Toa Taua and Devonte Lee must get the ground game going and either Nate Cox or Shane Illingworth must attack that porous Rams secondary. 

For Nevada to win on Friday, the offense must play better than it has the last few weeks. And because the Rams defense is bad, it should be easy for Nevada to move the ball and score on Colorado State on Friday night. 

 

Utilize an aggressive pass rush against Colorado State


The Rams offense has been abysmal through four games this season. The Rams so far have only averaged 4.03 yards per play on offense which is last in the Mountain West. The reason for Colorado State’s poor offensive numbers is because of the dismal play of the offensive line. 

 

If you look at the advanced stats, you can see why the Rams offense as a whole has been bad in the first month of the season. Per Football Outsiders, the Rams are ranked 131st out of 131 FBS teams in sack rate at 19.8 percent (that is horrendous). The Rams are also ranked last or next to last in Power Success Rate(21.1 percent) and Pass Down Sack Rate (25.0 percent). Not to mention, the Rams offensive line has given up a total of 25 sacks so far this season which is an average of 6.25 sacks per game, Ouch.

In short, the Rams offensive line has been abysmally bad this season and the Wolf Pack defensive line needs to attack that poor offensive line. Nevada’s defensive line, led by Dom Peterson and company must utilize an aggressive pass rush to attack a horrendous offensive line.

And by attacking the Rams offensive line, it will make running the offense hard for QB Clay Millen or whoever is the QB for CSU. It has been reported that Millen may be out for the Nevada game due to a shoulder injury. If Millen is unable to play, look for Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi, a former Nevada commit, to start at QB.

For Nevada to win this game, they have to attack the dismal Rams offensive line with their front seven and attack it often.

 

Do Not Give The Rams Any Glimmer of Hope

The Rams are 0-4 and those four losses have not been close. This is a Rams team that has been dominated by its opposition in the first month of September.  It is safe to say that Colorado State is a team that is in disarray so far this season. 

After a 2-0 start, Nevada has lost three in a row and are on that losing track and things are not great in Reno. But Nevada has a chance to get back right against a Rams team that is in even worse shape than the Wolf Pack. 

The important thing is that Nevada must  play well and not give Colorado State any chance to make it a contest. That means the Wolf Pack must be error free and play at their best and crush any semblance of hope the Rams may have of winning on Friday. In order for Nevada to hand its former coach, Jay Norvell a loss, Nevada must play well on all facets of the game and do not give the Rams any hope.

If Nevada plays poorly, then that will give the Rams hope and a chance to win and that is something that the Wolf Pack do not want. So it is essential for Nevada to be at its best against a very bad Colorado State team on Friday.

 

Prediction and Score

This revenge game between Nevada and Jay Norvell’s Colorado State team has all the makings of a “Get Right” game for the Wolf Pack. The Rams are entering this contest in bad shape as they are winless and look horrid. The Rams offense has been terrible and the offensive line has been unable to protect the quarterback. The Rams defense has been just as bad and unable to stop opposing offenses .

This is the chance for Coach Wilson and the Wolf Pack to get back on the winning track and do so against a Rams team coached by the guy who left Nevada for another school within the conference. Nevada must go out and play its best football against Colorado State and not give the Rams any hope of winning.

Despite the Wolf Pack’s flaws on offense and defense, I think they can defeat the Rams soundly and give Jay Norvell another “L”

 

Score Prediction:  Nevada 31  Colorado State 13

 

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Week 5 Mountain West Football Power Rankings

Week 5 Mountain West Football Power Rankings UNLV, San Jose State moving up Contact/Follow @MWCwire Is this the upside down? The Mountain West has seen a lot of different teams this year be better and worse than expected. Fresno State is playing …

Week 5 Mountain West Football Power Rankings


UNLV, San Jose State moving up


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Is this the upside down?

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The Mountain West has seen a lot of different teams this year be better and worse than expected. Fresno State is playing with a backup quarterback and looked lost and bad against the loss against UConn. UNLV is surprising us all and is seven points away from being undefeated, yeah that is right.

Those Rebels are facing the 3-1 San Jose State Spartans that regained its 2020 magic and a slow start vs. Portland State and in a game that could determine the West Division representative for the Mountain West title game.

 

Boise State was looking left for dead in an embarrassing loss to UTEP,  but then came in Dirk Koetter from the analyst roll to offensive coordinator and used two quarterbacks to crush San Diego State. Broncos fans are wondering if it was a one-week boost or if this is sustainable.

This is all to say that the Mountain West is wild and pretty this year and once again these power polls took a turn with some movement after surprising results from last week and some interesting games heading into Week 6.

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NFL Predictions, Game Previews, Schedule, Lines, How To Watch: Week 5

NFL predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 5 of the 2022 season

NFL predictions, schedule, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 5 of the 2022 season highlighted by Dallas at the Rams, Pittsburgh at Buffalo, and Las Vegas at Kansas City


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Results So Far
SU: 36-21-1, ATS: 28-27-3, Point Total: 32-25-1
Week 5 NFL Expert Picks

Click on each game for the preview and prediction.
Previews to come throughout the week

Week 5 Mountain West Bowl Projections

Week 4 Mountain West Bowl Projections This will be a weird week for bowl projections Contact/Follow @JeremyMauss & @MWCwire Bowl projection season is here after Week 4 Week 5 2022 Mountain West Bowl Tie Ins, Lineup …

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This will be a weird week for bowl projections


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Bowl projection season is here after Week 4

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Week 5

2022 Mountain West Bowl Tie Ins, Lineup

 

Here are the bowl lineup for the Mountain West this year.

– Cotton Bowl – at-large vs. Group of Five
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl vs MAC
– Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl vs Pac-12
– New Mexico Bowl vs Conference USA
– Barstool Arizona Bowl vs MAC
– EasyPost Hawai’i Bowl vs Conference USA

Back up tie-ins are below

– Guaranteed Rate Bowl vs Big Ten or Big 12

Other Options

Cure Bowl vs Group of Five
– RoofClaim.com Boca Raton Bowl vs Group of Five
– SERVPRO First Responder Bowl vs Group of Five
– Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl vs Group of Five

Preseason Bowl Projections | Week 0 | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4

College Football Rankings By Conference: How Good Teams Are In Each League, Week 5

College football rankings by conference after Week 5. How good are the teams in each league?d

Where do all the college football teams rank in each conference? After Week 5, here’s how they all stack up


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CFN College Football Rankings By Conference: Week 5

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CFN 2022 Rankings: By Conference
ACC | American Athletic | Big 12 | Big Ten | C-USA
Independent | MAC | Mountain West | Pac-12 | SEC | Sun Belt

CFN Week 5 Rankings 1-131

ACC College Football Rankings By Conference After Week 5

1 Clemson (5-0)

2 Wake Forest (4-1)

3 Florida State (4-1)

4 NC State (4-1)

5 Syracuse (5-0)

6 North Carolina (4-1)

7 Duke (4-1)

8 Georgia Tech (2-3)

9 Pitt (2-2)

10 Louisville (2-3)

11 Miami (2-2)

12 Virginia (2-3)

13 Boston College (2-3)

14 Virginia Tech (2-2)

CFN 2022 Rankings: By Conference
ACC | American Athletic | Big 12 | Big Ten | C-USA
Independent | MAC | Mountain West | Pac-12 | SEC | Sun Belt

CFN Week 5 Rankings 1-131

NEXT: College Football Rankings By Conference After Week 5: American Athletic Conference