AAC Daily: Football Power Rankings and Some Tulane Talk

It's Wednesday and the AAC Daily is taking a closer look at the Tulane Green Wave today with the help of Guerry Smith from The New Orleans Advocate with topics including how Willie Fritz's team plans to bounce back from the loss to USF, the upcoming game against the Memphis Tigers on Friday night and even a glimpse at Mike Dunleavy Sr. and the Tulane men's basketball team.

We also run down this week's AAC Football Power Rankings with Charlie Strong's South Florida team still sitting at the top, but the UCF Knights are right there waiting for any slip up to make their move. Speaking of Central Florida, USA Today continues to show some love for Scott Frost's team.

That and more on today's AAC Daily, your source for American Athletic Conference news every weekday.

Former UConn signee Makai Ashton-Langford will now meet Huskies as a Providence Friar.

Wyatt Fischer becomes the latest speedy wide receiver to commit to the UC Bearcats.

ECU's Thomas Sirk is a gutsy quarterback, but Scottie Montgomery wants him to stay slide more.

When it comes to the latest AAC power rankings, the USF Bulls are still at number one this week.

UCF is trying to make sure it doesn't look past Austin Peay this week as the Governors visit.

Despite a rocky start to the Geoff Collins era, the Temple head coach is remaining upbeat.

Memphis and Tulane will meet on Friday night and here's a primer to get fans ready.

Losing a game happens, but losing more two or more straight is uncommon for Houston.

SMU's Trey Quinn has been named The Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National PotW.

Zach Abey is making the most of the bye week and should be ready to go for the Navy Mids.

Tulsa will be in action this week as the Hurricane try to slow down the SMU Mustangs.

It's a big step for the Shockers joining The American and Wichita State is excited for the future.