"UNC has regained the number one position in the WRAL College Football Power Rankings on WRALSportsFan.com."

“UNC has regained the number one position in the WRAL College Football Power Rankings on WRALSportsFan.com.”

Chris Lea, a sports anchor and reporter for WRAL-TV.

NC has regained its position as the leading team in the WRAL College Football Power Rankings following a significant victory in double overtime and a defeat for NC Central. The Tar Heels emerged victorious against their bitter rival Duke on Saturday evening.

The NCCU Eagles suffered a puzzling 50-20 defeat against Howard, which could have secured them the MEAC Championship. However, they must now win their upcoming game and rely on a loss from Howard against Morgan State in order to claim the title.

This week’s top 10 list is as follows:

Last week, North Carolina was ranked number two with a record of 8-2.

Last week’s game: A 2-overtime thriller resulting in a 47-45 victory over Duke.

This week’s game: Clemson at 3:30pm on Saturday.

North Carolina Central, with a record of 8-2, was ranked as the top team last week.

The previous week resulted in a defeat of 50-20 against Howard.

This week’s game: Delaware State vs. Saturday at 2:00pm.

Duke’s record is currently 6-4, and they were ranked No. 3 last week.

Last week: 47-45 2/OT loss at UNC

This week, the team will be playing against Virginia on Saturday at 3:00pm.

NC State, with a record of 7-3, maintained their position at No. 4 from last week.

Reworded: Last week, the team achieved a victory of 26-6 against Wake Forest.

This week, the game against Virginia Tech will take place on Saturday at 3:30pm.

Appalachian State, with a record of 6-4, was ranked sixth last week.

Previous week: Victory of 42-14 against Georgia State.

This week’s schedule: Playing against James Madison on Saturday at 2:00pm.

Western Carolina remains at the number 7 spot after a record of 7 wins and 3 losses.

The previous week, the team won against ETSU with a score of 58-7.

This week’s schedule: VMI on Saturday at 12 PM.

Davidson had a record of 7 wins and 3 losses and was ranked number 5 last week.

The previous week: a defeat of 47-17 against Morehead State.

This week’s game: Home game against Dayton on Saturday at 7:00pm.

Gardner-Webb, with a record of 6-4, was ranked No. 10 last week.

The previous week: A victory of 35-0 against Tennessee Tech.

This week’s game: Home team against Charleston Southern, taking place on Saturday at 1:00pm.

Campbell ranked No. 9 last week with a record of 4-6.

The previous week’s game resulted in a 45-7 defeat against Delaware.

This week, on Saturday at 1:00pm, there will be a game at NC A&T.

Elon’s ranking is 5-5, with a previous ranking of No. 8.

The previous week: Defeated by Richmond with a score of 24-38.

This week’s game: Hampton on Saturday at 1:00pm

The WRAL Sports team, including members from the TV, radio, and digital departments, casts their votes for the top ten Division One college football programs in North Carolina. This ranking is determined based on our predictions of each program’s potential success at their respective level, rather than hypothetical head-to-head matchups. This explains why certain FCS programs may rank higher than FBS programs. Our rankings will be updated weekly during the regular season.

Source: wralsportsfan.com