The Bottom 10 inspirational thoughts of the week:
Eyes over the city
rise up from your soul
They hang over the streets at night
Brought on by the cold
We live with the numbers
Mining a dream for the same old song
What hope for the turning
If everything you know is wrong
-- "The Turning," Oasis
Hope for the turning is a weekly sentiment for the teams in the Bottom 10. It even works for some of them. Army, Virginia, Eastern Michigan and UCF won to earn at least a week off.
The others still have hope for the turning -- even North Texas and Washington. But for now, it's the same old song for the Mean Green and Huskies, who are the only remaining winless FBS teams.
Oasis released "Dig Out Your Soul" on Tuesday. "There are other good bands," Liam Gallager told USA Today. "They're not as good as Oasis." There are other deserving bands in the latest Bottom 10, too. But they're not as deserving of the top two spots as UNT and U-Dub.
They are waiting for the turning in Lincoln, Neb., too. Missouri crushed Nebraska 52-17, delivering the Cornhuskers their most lopsided home loss in 53 years. One thing the Huskers don't have to wait for is a spot in the highly coveted No. 5 spot.
We'll let songs from the new Oasis release carry us through the Week 6 Bottom 10 for 2008.
This week's Bottom 10 pillow fight of the week is Ohio at Kent State.
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So, with apologies to Steve Harvey, here's the Bottom 10:
Waiting list: Florida Atlantic (1-4), Kent State (1-5), Louisiana-Monroe (1-4), Mississippi State (1-4), Miami (Ohio) (1-4), Ohio (1-5), Rutgers (1-4), Toledo (1-4).
David Duffey is the college football editor at ESPN.com.