Here at Bottom 10 headquarters, we don't need supercomputers and mahogany conference rooms like the CFP. Nope, we've been here all season, factoring in the latest Pillow Fight strengths of schedule and #MACtion analytics for our latest list.
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A big welcome to the State of Michigan to the lineup, and are we seeing the makings of a new bowl game?
- UMass reverses call, to play limited fall schedule
- FBS independent UMass cancels fall football
- UMass names FSU OC Bell as new head coach
- UMass parts ways with Whipple after 6 seasons
This week, Ryan McGee talks to his JortsCenter reporters for exclusive information regarding the latest Bottom 10.
For the first time all season, all Power 5 conferences were in action Saturday. Notre Dame had one of the weekend's biggest wins, while Michigan struggled for the second straight week.
The Nittany Lions likely saw their title dreams disappear against Indiana, but a spot in the Bottom 10 is a nice consolation prize, no?
Despite Nick Saban's coronavirus diagnosis, the Alabama-Georgia game is on as scheduled. Amid the uncertainty, it remains the game of the week.
There were a lot of horror shows on the field from Week Whatever It Was. Reporting from Bottom 10 Headquarters, Ryan McGee tries to make sense of it all, without a spiked pumpkin latte in hand.
With the return of the SEC, we're back to our full, 10-team rankings, and two College Football Playoff teams from last season are tied for the Coveted Fifth Spot.
UMass announced Monday that it will play football this fall, starting in October, and will announce opponents as they become official.
An FBS independent, UMass may attempt to play a season this spring after deciding not to play fall college football, athletic director Ryan Bamford said.
Notre Dame remains a potential top-10 team, but several questions persist. Elsewhere among independents, how will Hugh Freeze fare in his second year at Liberty? Will Army bounce back? Is BYU's "however" phase over?
The Group of 5 has massive variance in jobs. Some are better than lower-tier Power 5 gigs, while others rank below high-level FCS positions.
The final rankings of the 2019 season are in. Let's all remember the best worst teams of the year.
The U gets a week in the Coveted Fifth Spot after getting upset by FIU.
Zach Wilson threw for 293 yards and four touchdowns, Jackson McChesney ran for 228 yards and two scores and BYU amassed 628 yards of offense in beating UMass 56-24 on Saturday.
Nothing lasts forever, even the Bears' 25-point lead on Oklahoma.
Alabama's star QB went down with a season-ending hip injury against Mississippi State, eclipsing a wild Sooners comeback and more Week 12 ups and downs.
Evan Hull had four rushing touchdowns, Chris Bergin added an 85-yard touchdown return on a blocked field goal, and Northwestern snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 45-6 victory over UMass on Saturday.
The Nittany Lions slipped from fourth in the first College Football Playoff rankings to our even-more-coveted No. 5 spot in the Bottom 10.
Sandon McCoy scored three touchdowns on short runs, Jabari Laws rushed for 140 yards and another score, and Army's triple option overwhelmed UMass 63-7 on Saturday as the Black Knights snapped a five-game losing streak.
Stephen Calvert passed for 474 yards and four touchdowns and Frankie Hickson added three scoring runs as Liberty overpowered Massachusetts 63-21 on Saturday in a game between independent programs.