120: Akron’s (1-11) only win came against a FCS team.
119: Indiana (1-11) is the only BCS team without any FBS wins.
118: New Mexico (1-11) has the nation’s worst offense with only 12 points per game.
117: Florida Atlantic’s (1-11) brand new stadium is finally complete.
116: Kansas (2-10) went winless in their conference and have the worst ranked defense in the country.
115: UNLV (2-10) gave New Mexico their only win and lost to Southern Utah of the FCS 14-16.
114: Idaho (2-10) rank at the bottom in all categories.
113: Memphis (2-10) can be a good team as long as they can be consistently on in both offense and defense.
112: Middle Tennessee (2-10) was a bowl team last year, but took a major dive this year.
111: Tulane (2-11) started the season at 2-1. Then they fell off the face of the Earth.
110: Ole Miss (2-10) fired head coach Houston Nutt after this season. Whoever thought it was a good idea to hire a football coach whose last name is Nutt?
109: Maryland (2-10) may stink but they look good.
108: Buffalo (3-9) beat a FCS team, Akron and Ohio. Which one doesn’t fit?
107: Colorado State (3-9) went 3-1 in September. Then the rest of the year came.
106: Troy (3-9) somehow went 3-9 with a decent quarterback. Their 291.3 passing yards per game is ranked 16th in the nation.
105: UAB (3-9) can’t win them all but they can beat their conference champion.
104: Central Michigan (3-9) is just like UAB plus a good quarterback.
103: Colorado (3-10) won in the most inconvenient time. Had they lost to Utah, Arizona State probably would’ve won against Cal.
102: Duke (3-9) had a decent September going 2-2. Then they went to Miami and beat FIU. Everything went downhill from there on out.
101: Minnesota (3-9) was so bad, their head coach had to be rushed to the hospital more than once.
100: Army (3-8) How in the hell could Army lead the country in rushing yards per game and only win three games?
99: Oregon State (3-9) can no longer be considered a good team after two bad seasons in a row.
98: New Mexico State (4-9) beat a BCS team. The only other WAC team that can say that is Hawaii.
97: Louisiana Monroe (4-8) is now the University of Louisiana’s weaker half.
96: Fresno State (4-9) is not what they used to be.
95: Rice (4-8) still taste better fried.
94: Miami OH (4-8) is still not as good as the real Miami.
93: Washington State (4-8) is slowing moving up the ladder.
92: Boston College (4-8) has two wins against bowl eligible teams, yet they went 4-8.
91: Arizona (4-8) will be so much better next year with Rich Rodriquez coaching. He is more of a spread guy and he will start year number one with the right guy for his system.
90: Navy (4-7) is fourth in the nation in rushing yards per game. Just like their win total.
89: San Jose State (5-7) allowed Idaho to ruin its season.
88: East Carolina (5-7) was an overtime thriller against Marshall away from bowling.
87: UTEP (5-7) got screwed out of bowl eligibility.
86: Central Florida (5-7) screwed UTEP out of bowl eligibility.
85: Bowling Green (5-7) needs to continue to build around their quarterback.
84: Kent State (5-7) had too slow of a start to the season.
83: North Texas (5-7) finally looks like they’re breaking out of their dark ages.
82: Texas Tech (5-7) got everyone’s attention when they were 5-2 coming off an upset at Oklahoma, then lost it all when they lost five straight.
81: South Florida (5-7) started the season 4-0. Then the Big East came.
80: Syracuse (5-7) is the Big East Version of Texas Tech.
79: UCONN (5-7) went from the Fiesta Bowl to no bowl.
78: Tennessee (5-7) got screwed out of bowl eligibility.
77: Kentucky (5-7) screwed Tennessee out of bowl eligibility.
76: Hawaii (6-7) doesn’t get to go to a bowl even though they have the same record as UCLA.
75: UCLA (6-7) is the only team going into a bowl with a losing record.
74: Eastern Michigan (6-6) never expected to finish .500 when they scheduled two FCS teams.
73: Ball State (6-6) doesn’t get to a bowl this year because life isn’t fair.
72: Illinois (6-6) somehow went 6-0 and 0-6 in the same season.
71: Ohio State (6-6) never expected to get a rematch with Florida like this.
70: Florida (6-6) never expected to get a rematch with Ohio State like this.
69: Arizona State (6-6) could have played in the Rose Bowl with a 11-2 record. Instead they lost their last four games to face Boise State in the Vegas Bowl.
68: Vanderbilt (6-6) is finally going to a bowl game!
67: Purdue (6-6) finally proves that they don’t need Drew Brees to get into a bowl game.
66: Northwestern (6-6) must make Mike Wilbon proud in the Texas Bowl.
65: Pittsburgh (6-6) wrestled a bowl bid away from Syracuse.
64: Wake Forest (6-6) had a fast start but a slow finish.
63: Miami (6-6) head coach Al Golden changed culture in Coral Gables and its symbol is a white dress shirt with an orange tie.
62: Iowa State (6-6) did the impossible to earn bowl eligibility.
61: Marshal (6-6) is slowly bringing the pride of the Herd back.
60: Texas A&M (6-6) fired their coach prematurely.
59: Mississippi State (6-6) took a step back this season but can still save it with a bowl win.
58: Western Kentucky (7-5) doesn’t get a bowl game because nobody likes Big Red.
57: Utah State (7-5) has a bright future with their freshman quarterback.
56: Nevada (7-5) failed to win consecutive WAC titles.
55: Western Michigan (7-5) will find out if third time is a charm against the B1G Ten in the Pizza Bowl.
54: Air Force (7-5) is second in the nation in rushing yards per game and they are bowl eligible because of having Army, Navy, and two FCS teams to beat up on.
53: SMU (7-5) will play in the Big East next year.
52: North Carolina (7-5) is still a basketball school.
51: Missouri (7-5) should do fine in the SEC.
50: Texas (7-5) is having a hard time replacing Colt McCoy.
49: North Carolina State (7-5) can have two victories against BCS conference champions with a win against Louisville in the Belk Bowl.
48: Iowa (7-5) should get a rematch with Iowa State in the Insight Bowl.
47: Louisville (7-5) finally won the Big East. Or at least a third of it.
46: California (7-5) found out that playing in a baseball stadium can be cool.
45: Utah (7-5) can handle playing in a BCS conference.
44: Washington (7-5) has come a long way since their winless 2008 campaign.
43: Auburn (7-5) turned out to be pretty solid without Cam Newton.
42: Louisiana Tech: (8-4) should be competing with Louisiana-Lafayette in the New Orleans Bowl.
41: Louisiana-Lafayette (8-4) should be competing with Louisiana Tech in the New Orleans Bowl.
40: Tulsa (8-4) beats bad teams but loses to good teams. Does that make them a good team?
39: Toledo (8-4) can play rocket man better than Captain Kirk.
38: Wyoming (8-4) is actually good now?
37: San Diego State (8-4) is the second best team in Southern California.
36: Virginia (8-4) is emerging as an ACC threat. They just have to score on their rival at least once.
35: Georgia Tech (8-4) can only get so far with the option.
34: Rutgers (8-4) is becoming a solid winner now. They have been quietly been doing this for about seven years.
33: Notre Dame (8-4) is starting to return to their glory days, But they are not there yet.
32: Temple (8-4) is a one back team. Bernard Pierce is the main reason why the Owls have been a force in the last three years.
31: Florida State (8-4) has to share Florida supremacy with a Sun Belt team that could probably beat them.
30: Florida International (8-4) is growing and quickly becoming a South Florida super power. They are already the best team in the state of Florida.
29: Cincinnati (9-3) rebounded from their down season last year.
28: Ohio (9-4) may be the best team in the State of Ohio.
27: Baylor (9-3) may have won their first Heisman.
26: BYU (9-3) did better than fellow independent Notre Dame.
25: Penn State (9-3) had their worst ever season off the field.
24: Nebraska (9-3) did a pretty good job in their B1G Ten debut.
23: Oklahoma (9-3) came up flat when it mattered most.
22: West Virginia (9-3) will play Clemson in the orange Bowl.
21: Northern Illinois (10-2) will battle Arkansas State in the best GoDaddy.com Bowl game ever.
20: Arkansas State (10-2) enjoyed a dream season but lost their coach in the process.
19: TCU (10-2) is ready for the Big 12.
18: South Carolina (10-2) could possibly be in the National Championship game if they had better quarterback play.
17: Georgia (10-3) gave LSU all they could handle, but didn’t have enough energy in the end.
16: Michigan State (10-3) got a taste of their own medicine in the B1G Championship Game.
15: Michigan (10-2) coach Brady Hoke deserves coach of the year.
14: Kansas State (10-2) got snubbed out of a BCS bowl game because they lost to the Oklahoma teams.
13: Arkansas (10-2) lost to the two best teams in the nation, yet can’t play in a BCS bowl game.
12: Clemson (10-3) finally earns the right to play in the Orange Bowl after a 30 year drought.
11: USC (10-2) is ready to reclaim their former glory! As long as Matt Barkley doesn’t leave for the NFL draft.
10: Boise State (11-1) once again loses their BCS bid because of a kick.
9: Southern Miss (11-2) is now the most hated team in the C-USA.
8: Virginia Tech (11-2) is like Jacksonville in 1999. They can beat anyone but one team.
7: Wisconsin (11-2) is one step closer from declaring the Russell Wilson experiment a success.
6: Stanford (11-1) has the best quarterback in the country, but will it be enough for Oklahoma State?
5: Oregon (11-2) can take pride in going to three straight BCS bowl games. Head coach Chip Kelly is 3 for 3 in BCS appearances and Pac-12 titles.
4: Houston (12-1) has the best scoring offense in the nation.
3: Alabama (11-1) has the best scoring defense in the nation.
2: Oklahoma State (11-1) should be playing LSU for the National Championship.
1: LSU (13-0) must beat Alabama to give college football a legit national champion.