College Football Scores: 3 Most Disappointing Teams in Week 10
Several ranked teams sucked it up in Week 10 and they will be punished accordingly. These three teams were the most disappointing on Saturday, and they will pay for it in the rankings on Sunday.
No. 10 Nebraska Cornhuskers
With No. 7 Arkansas and No. 9 South Carolina squaring off today, the Cornhuskers had an excellent opportunity to move up a few spots.
However, they will now be plummeting in the rankings and their BCS chances are in jeopardy.
Nebraska lost in inexcusable fashion, dropping to 4-5 Northwestern. The Cornhuskers allowed nearly 500 total yards and never led against a team they were favored to beat by 17 points.
Nebraska's offense couldn't take advantage of the Wildcats poor defense, while Northwestern's second-string quarterback led several scoring drives.
The Cornhuskers dropped to 7-2 and should fall at least five or six spots with this loss.
No. 15 Michigan Wolverines
Quarterback Denard Robinson had four attempts at tying the game in the final 16 seconds and failed all four times.
Robinson led the Wolverines on a 79-yard drive at the end of the fourth quarter, marching his team all the way down to the Hawkeyes' three yard line.
Unfortunately, he threw four straight incompletions and his team dropped to 7-2 (3-2 in Big Ten).
Michigan will remain in the top 25, but will likely fall into the twenties.
No. 24 West Virginia Mountaineers
West Virginia fell to 6-3 (2-2 in Big East) with their 38-35 loss to Louisville.
Now, the Mountaineers can kiss their top 25 ranking and BCS hopes goodbye.
Big East football is a joke, so losses to Syracuse and Louisville are unforgivable.
I love Geno Smith, but his team will have to settle for a non-BCS bowl this season.
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