Like the carousel itself, the coaching grades are also coming in hot. See how all the latest hires stack up.
Trolling champs: These schools had the best jokes on social media during the 2021 college football season
The 2021 college football season had chaos, upsets and trolls. These schools flexed their social media muscles the best this year.
- UConn, Mora keep Spanos to run Huskies' defense
- UConn hires ex-UCLA coach Mora to rebuild team
- UConn coach Spanos tests positive, out Saturday
- UConn's Edsall now stepping down immediately
The guys continue to react to Urban Meyer being fired by the Jags. Luke Fickell joins and talks about Urban Meyer and Cincinnati's CFP matchup with Alabama. Jim Mora joins to talk about how hard it is to transition from college to NFL head coach and why he took the UConn job. Adam Schefter joins to talk about Urban Meyer being fired overnight.
Lou Spanos, who served as Randy Edsall's defensive coordinator before taking over as interim head coach last season at UConn, has been retained by the new staff and will return to running the Huskies' defense.
Was UMass' October win over UConn enough to keep the Minutemen from being our best worst team in college football?
On the final regular-season weekend in college football, the internet trolls were active, especially since it's Rivalry Week.
— After taking care of business in New England, Houston coach Dana Holgorsen decided to channel Bill Belichick, happy that his team can finally switch its focus to next weekend's American Athletic Conference championship game.
It all comes down to this: The top two bottom teams square off for the dishonor of being the worst of the worst.
The best trolls in college football for Week 12 include 'Horns Down,' Ohio State's superstar supporter and more
After an exciting week across the college gridiron, the trolls were active on social media.
— Freshman Mikey Keene threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score and Johnny Richardson rushed for 147 yards and a TD as UCF cruised to a 49-17 victory over Connecticut on Saturday.
Our top bottom team pulled off a major upset, but two others couldn't turn a spark into a blaze of glory.
In the 10 years since playing Oklahoma in the 2011 Fiesta Bowl, UConn has become the poster child for conference realignment's losers. Can the Huskies find their way back to college football relevancy?
UConn has hired former UCLA and NFL coach Jim Mora to lead the program. Mora will begin as an assistant this season to start recruiting for the 1-8 Huskies.
With UNLV and Arizona snapping long losing streaks, the Bottom 10 welcomes some old friends back to the top of the heap.
Beginning with LSU and USC, here's a look at the latest involving key schools and names in what will be a fascinating cycle the next two months.
With Jim Harbaugh again falling short and the nation's two winless teams again falling, we try to separate fact from fiction with the worst of the worst.
With Penn State and Illinois flailing for nine overtimes, our week's weakest falls lower than we could have expected.
— Chase Cunningham passed for 297 yards and four touchdowns, Middle Tennessee scored in every quarter and defeated UConn 44-13 on Friday night.
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.
— 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.