The season is winding down and many teams are bowl bound, but many teams are also destined for more beat-downs.
In boxing these seasons would be stopped.
What sadist would march the battered New Mexico Lobos out against a TCU team trying to bang in BCS mojo?
Can't someone tell the Akron Zips to zap their season?
1. Akron Zips (0-11)
The move to Wednesday Night Football to stop the beatings does not seem to be working. What about Tuesday afternoon or Sunday Morning?
2. Eastern Michigan Eagles (1-9)
While being beaten up and down the state of Michigan, the Eagles are giving up an average of almost 44 points a game. The only defense worse in the state is Greg Robinson's Michigan Wolverines mess.
3. Texas Longhorns (4-6)
The Big Ten is breathing a sigh of relief, thankful the losing Longhorns stayed in Texas.
4. New Mexico Lost Lobos (1-9)
Air Force, BYU, and TCU are the poor Lobos' last four hammerings. Will there be anything left? Can't they play San Jose?
5. San Jose State Spartans (1-9)
Not happy with the money they made by being brutalized by Alabama and Wisconsin, the Spartan brain trust has plans to play the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens next.
6. Memphis Tigers (1-9)
It's Battle of the Bones week as the Tigers get ready to rumble with UAB. Shame most of the Tiger bones have been broken already.
7. Colorado State Rams (3-8)
There's hope. Just look across the Rockies and see how the Buffalos have improved by jettisoning Colorado Dan Hawkins prior to their Pac-10 push.
8. Mississippi Rebels (4-6)
Maybe that new mascot should have been a shorn sheep.
9. Vanderbilt Commodores (3-8)
One wonders, as the SEC still looks towards that fragile Big 12 alliance, if they are tempted to give Vanderbilt that final Fredo Godfather boat ride.
Money talks, walks and Wah-Watusi is in big time college sports.
10. Wyoming Cowboys (2-9)
Why did they do to motivate UNLV? Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Cowboys.