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.
Bo Pelini and Nebraska take a walk on the mild side with loss to Minnesota.
Bulldogs fall to Vanderbilt, just like they did in the magical year of Jason Aldean's song.
Even Steven Spielberg can't make the Trojans a feel-good story
"Mad Men" and Dana Holgorsen both feel the strange sensation of being shut out.
The coordinator of officials for Conference USA is acknowledging there was a clock issue during the second half of No. 7 Louisville's 72-0 victory over Florida International on Saturday.
The Big Ten and Miley Cyrus both get exposed in meltdowns and shocking displays.
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.
Former Louisville forward Rakeem Buckles, who sat out last season at Florida International, will not be allowed to follow Richard Pitino to Minnesota, multiple sources told ESPN.
FIU coach Ron Turner is apologizing for the conduct of some players who used a public outdoor shower after a beach workout Friday and disrobed in public.
Florida International's new coach Anthony Evans was hired after working wonders at Norfolk State. It wasn't easy to get that opportunity to move up in the coaching ranks.