The powerhouse conferences aren't the only place to find star quarterbacks.
Everyone loves a winning slogan. The Bottom 10 applies some Madison Avenue magic in hopes of changing the fortunes of some losing teams.
Oregon State finds itself in the Bottom 10. Its next stop might be the YMCA to replace all its injured players.
Ohio State finds itself in the preseason Bottom 10 after the Buckeyes came 'Undone' during the offseason.
Ashton Kutcher, who briefly attended Iowa, can't be happy about the Hawkeyes' nosedive into the final Bottom 10 of the season.
There might not be an "I" in team, but there's plenty of "I" teams in the Bottom 10 this week.
Former Colorado coach Dan Hawkins probably felt like South Park's oft-whacked character Kenny on many Sunday mornings. At least, he ended his Buffaloes career in the Bottom 10, along with nine other comical teams.
Remember when Washington gave us its so-called "Seattle Sound." Now, the Apple State is giving us some really bad football.
"One, two, Freddy's coming for you." And like Krueger, the Bottom 10 doesn't hide its imperfections.
"In a world gone mad, yer so bad." Gainesville native Tom Petty must have been referring to Florida and the Bottom 10.
Pitt and Penn State are "coming home" to college football futility, also known as the Bottom 10.
"Sister Luck" wasn't on the side of the Bottom 10 teams in Week 5.
Week 2 wasn't any prettier for the Bottom 10, who are quickly becoming Legends of the Loss.
The Zac Brown Band's "Chicken Fried" inspires this week's Bottom 10, where the season seemed to end before it even started for some teams.
In the 11th week of the Bottom 10, college football teams are getting what they pay for.
Michigan is one of the latest teams to be livin' on a prayer. Rich Rodriguez and the Wolverines join the pack as it moves to Bon Jovi's beats.