Tigers get shut out by a Georgia team missing its best player, earning the coveted No. 5 spot.
Virginia Tech lands the not-so-coveted No. 5 spot with a roller-coaster loss.
Michigan was shut out by Notre Dame, but the Wolverines were welcomed into the Bottom 10 with open arms.
Peter Quill is surrounded by losers. And so are the teams in this week's edition of the Bottom 10.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban had a tough decision to make at the end of the Iron Bowl, and the choice he made didn't turn out so well. "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane probably feels his pain.
Gators' first-ever loss to FCS team lands them in No. 5 spot.
Wildcats overrun in overtime again, falling to not-so-coveted No. 5 spot.
Like Walter White, the Florida Gators' season has been a series of bad breaks.
"Mad Men" and Dana Holgorsen both feel the strange sensation of being shut out.
The Bottom 10 is as dazed and confused as Eminem by dazzling displays of ineptitude.
The Bottom 10 is broken down on the side of the road after hitching a ride on USF's bus.
Whether you're aiming for an Olympic gold medal, a BCS crystal trophy or Bottom 10 perfection, you've got to stick the landing.
It's not easy being a punching bag in a league that hits so hard. There's nowhere to hide for Auburn, Kentucky and Tennessee in the SEC or on the Bottom 10.
The Bottom 10 ponders a philosophic comedic conundrum to assess the futility of the Big Ten Leaders Division.
Bieber Fever afflicted its namesake this weekend. A different kind of fever is spreading across the Bottom 10.
There's unscripted drama all across the Bottom 10. Bring your own laugh track.