The Terrible 10: College Football's Biggest Disappointments (11-22)

Drew GatewoodAnalyst INovember 22, 2009

ATLANTA - DECEMBER 31:  Head coach Les Miles of the LSU Tigers celebrates after a 38-3 win over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on December 31, 2008 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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10) Vanderbilt (2-10)

They’re 0-8 in the Sec, with their only wins coming over powerhouses Rice and Western Carolina.  Nice season Vandy.

9) San Jose State (1-9)

The good news is they play to teams that have a combined 6-16 record in their next two games. The bad news, they’re both better than San Jose State. Next up, New Mexico State.

8) New Mexico (1-10)

They ended their chance at a perfect season by winning this week. Shame on you Lobos…..Shame. Next up, TCU.

7) Washington State (1-10)

The Cougars have officially been declawed and packed it in for the season. That’s good news for the Huskies. Next up, Washington.

 6) Ball State (1-10)

One last game before Basketball season officially starts on Campus. Next up, Western Michigan.

5) Tennessee…..once again

Nyshier Oliver another Volunteer DB was picked up for shop lifting a Polo Shirt in a Knoxville mall on Nov. 7th. So much for Kiffin having 11 months with out any arrests, he can’t get out 2 weeks before having four.

4) Western Kentucky (0-10)

They have been outscored 202-422 on the season, defiantly not a recipe for success.

3) Miami Ohio (1-11)

The Redhawks have finished a dreadful season with their only win being a 31-24 game against Toledo. The bad news for next season is that they scheduled Florida for the first game.

2) Les Miles’s Clock Management

Les, hate to break it to you, but you’re an idiot.

1) Eastern Michigan (0-11)

One more game left, and its time to fish or cut bait. Wait they’ve been cutting bait since September who am I kidding. Next up, Akron.

Here’s a look at the Top 25: The Way I See It: A Look at College Football's Top 25 (Nov. 22)