For the members of our latest Bottom 10, there may be hope after all. Just look at what's happening at Texas-San Antonio.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 7.
- UConn coach Spanos tests positive, out Saturday
- UConn's Edsall now stepping down immediately
- Edsall, 63, to retire from UConn at season's end
- UConn gives 2-year extensions to Hurley, Edsall
— Steven Krajewski threw for two touchdowns, ran for another and UConn snapped an 11-game losing streak with a 21-15 win over Yale on Saturday.
With the Pillow Fight of the Century behind us, what's next for the Bottom 10? Well, a new No. 1 for starters.
— Ellis Merriweather carried 39 times for 171 yards and two touchdowns and UMass ground out a 27-13 win over UConn in a battle of previously winless Bowl Subdivision independents on Saturday.
Interim UConn football coach Lou Spanos is one of three coaches and two players who tested positive for COVID-19 and will be out for Saturday's game against UMass.
It's a race to the bottom when No. 1 UMass and No. 2 UConn collide in Saturday's battle of the beatens.
— It was predicted by many to be an ugly game and it lived up to its billing.
UConn is still winless, but the Huskies earned a victory of sorts by coming oh, so close against Wyoming. A drubbing by Coastal Carolina makes UMass our new Bottom 10 leader.
— Titus Swen scored on a late two-yard run and Wyoming survived a drama-packed final 3:34 to eke out a 24-22 win over UConn, capping a nearly 2,000-mile road trip on Saturday to remain undefeated.
Winless Florida State took its rightful place on our list, and while we were sleeping on Saturday, the Pac-12 made its way to the Bottom 10.
— Christian Anderson ran for two touchdowns, passed for another and Army reached the end zone on all six of its first-half possessions in rolling to a 52-21 win over UConn on Saturday.
Sure, the Bottom 10 still consists of the old familiar faces, but Week 2 results had the titans of 1998 headed for Ryan McGee's list.
— Purdue quarterback Jack Plummer threw four touchdown passes in the first half, three to wide receiver David Bell, as the Boilermakers rolled over winless UConn 49-0 Saturday afternoon at Pratt & Whitney Stadium.
Don't worry, Kansas still makes our Bottom 10 list, but it's no longer the worst of the worst.
UConn announced Monday that football coach Randy Edsall will step down immediately, instead of waiting until the end of the season to retire.
A day after winless UConn lost to an FCS opponent, Holy Cross, Huskies coach Randy Edsall announced his retirement Sunday, effective at the end of the season, with the school reiterating that the decision was made by him.
— Sophomore Matt Sluka passed for two touchdowns, ran for another and his 76-yard keeper in the fourth quarter iced Holy Cross' 38-28 season-opening win at UConn on Saturday.