The Bottom 10 of the college football rankings is a list of teams at the bottom tenth place in Division I FBS. This ranking only includes data from games played through September 8, 2019. Ranking: 1) South Dakota State 2) William & Mary 3) Gardner-Webb 4) Central Michigan 5) Massachusetts 6t). Nicholls 7). Georgia Southern 8). Akron 9t. Old Dominion 9t.). New Mexico St
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[Editor’s note: The nation’s last two winless teams remained winless, but a pair of Big Ten teams fought their way into the Coveted Fifth Spot after nine overtimes.]
This week’s inspirational thought:
So close to heaven, but so far away I hold you in my arms, in my paradise, and suddenly you vanish. As though I were a kid at play, and here I am. So close to heaven, but so far away
It’s a heaven when you’re near to me. Oh my love, we kiss, oh my love, heaven is mine, and then you’re gone. I envision myself as a floating star, and here I am. So close to heaven, but so far away
“So Close, Yet So Far,” says the narrator of “So Close, Yet So Far.” Elvis Presley was an American singer who was well known for his
We deal in the business of heartache here at Bottom 10 Headquarters, which is situated in the center of that big white cloud left behind by David Pollack’s constant cyclone of protein powder. For example, when you finally worked up the nerve to ask the homecoming queen to prom, she smiled as if she was about to say yes for a single second before you realized it was her pre-hysterical giggling grin. That might just be me, and I could be bitter, but you get the idea.
We were all looking at the Week 8 schedule a week ago, speculating aloud about where the drama would come from, if there would be any drama at all. Then, like Kanye West’s name-change application, the noon Big Ten games grew crazier. Then Kansas took the lead against Oklahoma. The nation’s final two winless teams, UNLV and Arizona, then led in the second half of their games.
Then I proceeded to get my high school yearbook to see if I could find that homecoming queen and inform her that she had blown it since she could now be married to the man who writes the Bottom 10. Then my wife saw what I was up to. My pillow and pajamas were then found on the downstairs sofa. But then I realized I could stay up until 2 a.m. ET to watch the New Mexico State-Hawaii game with the sound cranked all the way up.
Here are the 2021 post-Week 8 Bottom 10 rankings, with apologies to Kim Hudgins, Timmy Chang, my wife, and Steve Harvey.
unLv 1 (0-7)
For the second week in a row, the Fightin’ Tark Sharks snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, this time at home against San Jose State, where they led nearly the entire game before succumbing to a 24-3 Spartans run, a blocked field goal that set up SJSU’s game-winning touchdown, and late drives into the red zone only to fall short. What’s the good news? UNLV’s enormous gambling machine on the sideline is incredible. What’s the bad news? I believe it’s one of Brad Pitt’s “Ocean’s Thirteen” slot machines, which are set to fail unless you know the secret code.
2. When I get in Arizona (0-6)
The Wildcats also led late, taking a 16-7 lead against then-two-win Warshington in the fourth quarter and seemed to be just minutes away from snapping an 18-game losing run. Instead, they faded late, extending their losing record to 19 games. If UNLV and Arizona are the only teams without a victory at the end of the season, we’ve discovered a place midway between Tucson and Vegas. We propose let’s arrange the Bottom 10 Playoff Championship for this winter in Bagdad, Arizona, since they have a great small high school football stadium. However, the Bagdad High Sultans are 7-3 and in first place in their district, therefore Arizona and UNLV will remain the building’s worst teams.
The Kansas Jayhawks are ranked third in the country (1-6)
Is it unfair to bump Kansas up or down in our rankings after frightening Oklahoma’s crimson and cream for four quarters? Yes. But take a look at their past month, when they lost 52-33 at Duke, 59-7 at Iowa State, and 41-14 to a Texas Tech club that dismissed its head coach the next day. Furthermore, the enchantingly precise FPI computers now have the Hawkeyes evaluated with a 2.7 percent probability of defeating Oklahoma State, a team that recently had its annual bye week. But, with our high ranking, how did we lose that one? Iowa State hosts a classic.
4. You won’t be able to (1-7)
It’s only natural for the Huskies to take a bite out of our “so darn close” theme. They were defeated 44-13 by Muddled Tennessee State. Now they go to Death Valley to play Clemson, who should have been penalized by the College Football Playoff selection committee for scheduling a matchup against UConn. But they don’t have to worry about it this year since they haven’t been able to score any points at all this season.
Pin State 18, Ill-ugh-noise 5, Ill-ugh-noise 20, Ill-ugh-noise (9 OT)
The Coveted Fifth Spot is now the Coveted Ninth Spot, as in nine overtimes, this week. Despite nine (!) additional sessions of football, the first game to fully test the new overtime regulations generated 38 total points at 11 a.m. Central. After that, Illinois knew it would be without a quarterback for the rest of the season, while Pin State head coach James Franklin was asked more questions about the USC job position than about the game itself. Bret Bielema of the Illinois Fighting Illini would describe it as “borderline erotic,” but we like the term “below-the-line esoteric.”
FI(not A)U FI(not A)U FI(not A)U FI (1-6)
The Butch Davis Farewell Tour resumed with a 34-19 defeat to Western Kentucky, who had won two games in a row. The Panthers will now travel to We Were Marshall to end the season against Old Duh-Minions, Muddled Tennessee, North Texas Lean Green, and Southern Missed. The Panthers are the underdog in all of those games, according to the FPI methodology, with a 69 percent probability of losing on average. On most farewell tours, a man is presented with a slew of rocking chairs. Davis’ chairs are being yanked out from beneath him.
UMess UMess UMess UMes (1-6)
The Minutemen got back on track with a 59-3 defeat at Florida State after upsetting UConn to end a 16-game losing run. And by “back on track,” we mean tethered and laying down on train tracks like a damsel in distress in a silent film from the 1920s.
8. Mexico State, oh my! (1-6)
Speaking of old-timey, when I stated I saw the New Mexico State-Hawaii game on TV, I wasn’t entirely truthful. On my phone, I was listening to the NMSU radio play-by-play. I felt like I was living out all of my dad’s awesome stories about lying in bed late at night listening to the Yankees on his transistor radio… except his radio wasn’t interrupted by bad cell service and constant push notifications that another Tennessee fan was furious at me for putting them in the Coveted Fifth Spot last week.
Tulame (nine) (1-7)
It seems bad to rank the Green Wave after Hurricane Ida hit them early in the season, but they also recently prolonged SMU’s unblemished season with a 55-26 loss in Dallas. They now play another winless opponent in second-ranked Cincinnati, where they will be a 24.5-point underdog at home.
10. Georgia Southern University is not a state in Georgia (2-5)
The Battle For The Use Of GSU Bowl, sponsored by Gulf States Utility and the Genealogical Society of Utah, takes place this weekend between Georgia Southern University and Georgia State University. The winner will face Grambling State University at the Grain Services Union parking lot, while the loser will go to Geneseo State University’s Gray-Scale Ultrasonography clinic.
Colora-duh Muffaloes and Indiana Muffaloes are on the waiting list. Southern Missed, North Texas Lean Green, Old Duh-minions, Cow Berkeley, half of the MAC East, COVID-19. Who-siers, Arkansaw State, Vanderbilt Commode Doors, Southern Missed, North Texas Lean Green, Old Duh-minions, Cow Berkeley, half of the MAC East, COVID-19.
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