You didn't see any drama in Week 11? Well, that's what you get for watching the Top 10 instead of the Bottom 10.
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Ke'Mon Freeman and Xavier Jones each ran for more than 100 yards and combined for five touchdowns as SMU climbed within a win of bowl eligibility by outscoring UConn 62-50 on Saturday.
- Judge: Hiring of Edsall's son isn't a violation
- UConn LB Thomas (stroke) in stable condition
- UConn's Edsall ditches media after DC question
- UCF expects injured DB Robinson will be OK
UTEP held off Rice in the Bottom 10 Pillow Fight of the Year, while the Big Three in Florida -- Gators, Hurricanes and Seminoles, oh my -- came up small.
Seth Boomer threw for four touchdowns and ran for a fifth as Tulsa ended its seven-game losing streak by pummeling UConn in an American Athletic Conference contest Saturday night.
A Connecticut Superior Court judge has ruled that UConn did not violate the state's ban on nepotism when it hired football coach Randy Edsall's son as an assistant coach. Without the ruling, Corey Edsall would have had to leave his job in January.
When UTEP and Rice take the field on Saturday, it's about more than a game. The top spot in the Bottom 10 will be on the line.
Marquis Young rushed for 148 yards including a fourth-quarter touchdown that gave UMass a 22-17 win over UConn on Saturday.
It was one for the Bottom 10 record books.
Johnny Ford rushed for 164 yards and three touchdowns to help No. 21 South Florida shrug off a slow start to remain unbeaten with a 38-30 victory over Connecticut on Saturday night.
Georgia fans have been complaining about their team not getting enough national recognition, but after going from No. 2 overall to the Coveted Fifth Spot, they've earned the Bottom 10's respect.
UConn linebacker Eli Thomas remains hospitalized in stable condition after suffering a stroke Oct. 10, the team announced Monday.
Darrell Henderson and Patrick Taylor Jr. ran for three touchdowns apiece and Memphis notched its first American Athletic Conference win, blasting UConn 55-14 on Saturday night.
Arkansas, Nebraska and UCLA have a combined 1-12 record this season, so Bottom 10 headquarters has put them all together to create one super (bad) team.
Sometimes writers have to get creative when covering losing teams, which is why we're deferring to the experts this week.
Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder kept the Bearcats undefeated, throwing for 270 yards and two touchdowns and running for another score in a 49-7 rout of UConn on Saturday.