The College Football Bottom 10 is a list of the bottom ten college football teams in order from best to worst. The ranking uses a formula that includes research and polling data, in addition to other factors such as recruiting rankings and recent performance statistics.
The “college football bottom 10 week 4” is a weekly recap of the lowest ranked college football teams. The rankings are determined by SRS, or Simple Rating System.
[Note from the editor: It all boils down to this.] What will be the winning weekend scheduling approach for the Bottom 10? [Blowout defeats to excellent teams or head-to-head clashes between rated teams?]
This week’s inspirational thought:
It was learnt in a game where whomever controlled the top of the hill from the others was referred to as the king, and I can’t think it was all for the betterment of humanity.
We’d sprint with all our might. To discover who was king and who makes the better serf, push the monarch off to seize the hill.
Minutemen’s “King of the Hill”
We, like Brian Kelly — and Lincoln Riley and Sonny Dykes and, well, take your choice — packed an orange truck all the way up to Grandma’s Attic and moved sites this week at Bottom 10 Headquarters, which is situated in a suddenly vacant U-Haul lot in South Bend, Indiana. No, not for good, but for one night only on the outskirts of Grapevine, Texas, to decide the final standings for this year. We couldn’t afford the luxurious Gaylord Texan quarters that the College Football Playoff uses, so we set up business in a conference room at the neighboring DFW Hacienda Courts once again.
The real job has begun, with all due respect to the coaching carousel and the CFP. The last #Bottom10 Selection Committee meeting for 2021 has started. pic.twitter.com/yWgwP22qNq
November 30, 2021 — Ryan McGee (@ESPNMcGee)
I, Captain Morgan, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and former head coaches Dan Mullen, Ed Orgeron, Jerry Glanville, Charlie Weis, Bob Stoops, and Ed “Straight Arrow” Gennero made formed the 2021 Bottom 10 selection committee. However, at the eleventh hour, we were compelled to make a few of last-minute roster adjustments. We had to settle with Calico Jack after realizing we couldn’t afford Captain Morgan. Stoops then went on to coach the Oklahoma Sooners in whichever bowl game they were scheduled to play in. In fact, all of the past coaches became practically worthless as they sat up all night gazing at their phones, hoping to get swept up into the coaching carousel that was now spinning faster than the damaged space station in “Gravity.”
With the exception of Weis, that is. He was resting on a futon packed with buyout money, like he often was. At the very least, he was attempting to sleep. Mullen and Orgeron kept waking him up, asking where they might buy one of those beds to put their newly acquired scrape.
The selection process started after we had everyone buckled down, and now I, like CFP selection chairman Gary Barta, am standing out in front of the media to defend the indefensible.
Here are the final 2021 Bottom 10 rankings, with apologies to Thomas Bradshaw, Paul Revere, and Steve Harvey.
1. UMess UMess UMess UMe (1-11)
The Dial, Ralph W. Emerson Chairman McGee, despite the fact that Massachusetts beat Connecticut on Oct. 9, your committee has UMass here. Can you explain that, Conn?
While we understand why some individuals may be offended by our seeming disregard for head-to-head outcomes, we would like to remind them that head-to-head interaction is also targeted. We’d also remind them that following the UConn victory, UMass went on to lose six consecutive games, including two to FCS schools and last week’s Pillow Fight of the Year: Part Deux, a 44-27 loss to New Mexico State, which was rated second in the Bottom 10 at the time. It reminds me of a famous quote: “Our greatest glory is in getting up every time we fall, not in never failing.” UMass has just been defeated. And, Mr. Emerson, please accept my apologies, but I’m not sure who said it first.
FI(not A)U FI(not A)U FI(not A)U FI (1-11)
The Independent’s Trent Crimm… Despite having identical records, Mr. McGee, your committee pushed Florida International up, or more precisely, down one slot ahead, or more properly, behind Connecticut. Do you want to provide an explanation?
This was a straight-up victory comparison, Trent. UConn’s lone win came against Yale, who finished fourth in the FCS Ivy League, only six weeks ago. However, FIU’s lone victory came in Week 1 against Long Island University, and there is scant proof that Long Island University exists or has a football team. Also, don’t lecture me on the need of self-explanation. We’re still waiting for you to explain why you blew the whistle on a source.
3. You won’t be able to (1-11)
Randy Edsall, randyedsallisawesome.net’s editor-in-chief… Would you want to use this opportunity to express your regret for all you’ve said and written about me this year?
That is debatable. Is there a bonus provision in your contract for “apologies received”?
4. When I get in Arizona (1-11)
The Tombstone Epitaph, Johnny Ringo… Chairman McGee, Arizona’s single victory this season came against Cal, who defeated Stanford, Oregon, Ohio State, and Michigan, and will almost certainly be in the College Football Playoff…
Wait a minute, your information is incorrect. Ohio State was just defeated by Michigan.
(Reviews notes) Sorry. A new question has arisen. Doc Holliday, are you my huckleberry?
You’re not a daisy, however. You’re not a daisy in the least.
5. R.O.C.K. at the University of Texas in San Antonio (11-1)
Indiana is number six. Sirs, who are you? (2-10)
The Seymour Tribune’s John Cougar… Western Kentucky, incidentally, was one of Indiana’s two victories this season. The other was against Idaho, and now Indiana’s offensive coordinator has been dismissed, and head coach Tom Allen has accepted a salary reduction.
That was only a collection of facts, John. Have you got a question?
Yes. For years, you’ve been using that R.O.C.K. in the UTSA joke. Have you been paying my record label royalties for that use?
The following question is…
7. (not C)F (not C)F (not C)F (not C)F (2-10)
The New York World’s Jack “Cowboy” Kelly… People in Orlando are perplexed as to why South Florida is included in these rankings, despite the fact that they narrowly lost the War on I-4 to Central Florida in a tense finish. Also, we’re still perplexed as to why South Florida is called South Florida since they’re really in Tampa, which, like me and Central Florida, is in central Florida.
Well, Cowboy, the committee decided that the American Athletic Conference of American Athletics had to be represented in these rankings, and the contest for that spot came down to a pair of 2-10 AACAA clubs, USF and Tulane, who met only two weekends ago in a head-to-head matchup. In terms of location, you’re headquartered in Orlando, right? Cowboy Kelly of the New York World? Is it true that you’re the youngster from “Newsies”?
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8. Mexico State, oh my! (2-10)
The Albuquerque Journal’s Walter White… Although the Aggies’ victory against Massachusetts in what you called the Pillow Fight of the Year: Endgame was undoubtedly advantageous, did Jerry Kill’s appointment as the club’s new coach have a role in the committee’s decision to move the team from second to eighth?
We were already very much wedded to the concept of a possible large relocation as we watched the game, which was difficult to hear since Jerry Glanville had “Detroit Rock City” stuck in his mind and was singing it loudly. Once Jerry was employed by NMSU, it was just a case of kiss, marry, murder.
Akronmonious (number 9) (2-10)
The Akron Pretender’s Chrissie Hynde… The Zips have lost their previous two games by a combined score of 87-14, and with so many larger positions becoming available, it seems like the best possible head coaching prospects for Akron are being snatched up. What would you say to the residents of Akron to cheer them up?
Hey, at the very least this week, you can be certain that you aren’t the most depressed team in Ohio.
10. Arkansaw State University (2-10)
The We’re Jonesboro, Not Jonestown Gazette’s Jim Jones… Vanderbilt has occupied this space for some weeks, Mr. McGee. What was the deciding factor in their removal and the addition of Arkansas State at the conclusion of the season?
By every metric, this was a tight race, so we dug deep to identify the greatest tiebreaker possibilities between Vandy and the Red Wolves. When a fellow committee member, a Tennessee alum, informed me that Butch Jones’ Vols had a 2-3 record versus Vanderbilt, I instinctively asked that his current squad be put in this slot.
Do you remember which committee member drew your attention to this?
Calico Jack was, without a doubt, the culprit.
Southern Missed, Tulame, unLv, Kansas Nayhawks, Minute Rice, Temple Bowels, Whew Mexico, Irish Farewell, COVID-19 are all on the waiting list.
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