Nick Foles leads the Arizona Wildcats up the NCAA college football rankings.

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The big mover in the NCAA Football Rankings this week is the Arizona Wildcats. The Wildcats came into this week ranked 24th with an opportunity to show the world they deserve more attention, and that is exactly what they did. Arizona jumped to a quick 14-0 lead over the Iowa Hawkeyes, and by half time, behind the strength of quarterback Nick Foles and nearly 60,000 cheering fans, the Wildcats had a 27-7 lead. Iowa would come back, however, tying the game late in the fourth quarter. However, Foles would lead the Wildcats to victory, finding William Wright for a four-yard touchdown score with just four minutes to go in the game. Foles would finish with 303 passing yards and two touchdowns. The Wildcats jumped from 24th in the rankings up to the 10th spot.

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Team Record Points Previous Rank
1 Alabama (53) 3-0 1492 1
2 Ohio State (5) 3-0 1435 2
3 Boise State (1) 2-0 1333 3
4 TCU 3-0 1280 4
5 Oregon 3-0 1238 5
6 Nebraska 3-0 1175 8
7 Texas (1) 3-0 1164 6
8 Oklahoma 3-0 1114 7
9 Florida 3-0 1044 10
10 Arkansas 3-0 903 12
11 Wisconsin 3-0 803 11
12 South Carolina 3-0 739 13
13 Utah 3-0 703 14
14 Arizona 3-0 663 24
15 LSU 3-0 654 15
16 Stanford 3-0 606 19
17 Auburn 3-0 600 16
18 Iowa 2-1 482 9
19 Miami (Fla.) 1-1 472 17
20 Southern California 3-0 414 18
21 Michigan 3-0 291 20
22 West Virginia 3-0 258 21
23 Penn State 2-1 198 22
24 Oregon State 1-1 75 25
25 Michigan State 3-0 45 NR

Others Receiving Votes: Air Force 44, Nevada 41, Pittsburgh 40, Florida State 40, Fresno State 35,  Missouri 30, Oklahoma State 22, Clemson 14, North Carolina State 14, Georgia Tech 14, James Madison 8, Kansas State 4, Arizona State 3, California 3, Northwestern 3, Notre Dame 1, Temple 1, Texas A&M 1, Houston 1