Rankings for all 120 Division I football teams

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91. New Mexico — Might be a step back for Lobos before moving forward under Locksley.

92. Florida Atlantic — Improved play from QB Smith could vault Owls even higher.

93. Hawaii — Unveiling the Big McMackin value meal: Would you like tact with that?

94. Marshall — Snyder’s seat has to be toasty after four straight losing seasons.

95. Akron — The new: Zips open new stadium; the old: Zips to finish in middle of MAC.

96. Indiana — At least the basketball team will be much-improved this season.

97. Ohio — Solich, Bobcats need to stem decline of back-to-back middling seasons.

98. San Jose State — Midpack Spartans good at beating bad teams, bad at beating good teams.

99. Ball State — With drastic change of cast, Cardinals back to the MAC’s crammed center.

100. Iowa State — New coach, same problems for bottom-of-the-Big 12 Cyclones.

101. Middle Tennessee — Blue Raiders go for two straight against Maryland with Sept. 19 visit to Byrd.

102. Wyoming — QB uncertainty won’t fix abysmal offense (119th in scoring) or horrid turnover ratio (118th).

103. Kent State — Golden Flashes’ upward mobility aided by return of tailback Jarvis.

104. Washington State — Cougars were dreadful a year ago, which makes “awful” a sign of progress.

105. Florida International — Not far removed from a winless year, Golden Panthers could be respectable.

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