The Terrible 10: College Football's Biggest Disappointments (Nov. 29)

Drew GatewoodAnalyst INovember 29, 2009

BERKELEY, CA - SEPTEMBER 05:  Chris Turner #10 of the Maryland Terrapins pitches the ball during their game against the California Golden Bears at California Memorial Stadium on September 5, 2009 in Berkeley, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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10) Rice (2-10)

Houston scored 73 points on them, which is the highest team total for any team all season.


9) Maryland (2-10)

How did the Terrapins manage to beat Clemson?

8) San Jose State (2-9)

They got a win this week, better not do it again or they’ll find their way off this list.

7) Vanderbilt (2-10)

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


6) Ball State (2-10)

The Cardinals finished up by squeaking out a win against Western Michigan.


5) Washington State (1-11)

The once proud Cougars are little more than house cats these days.


4) New Mexico (1-11)

They finished strong by loosing to TCU 51-10.

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) Western Kentucky (0-11)

Arkansas State is all that stands between them and perfection. Or imperfection. Whatever.


1) Eastern Michigan (0-12)

It’s going to be hard to unseat the Princes of Pathetic as they finished with a perfect the season.