No surprise here: Michigan earned the final No. 5 spot of the season after getting blown out by Ohio State. But who landed the historic No. 1 ranking?
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Marcus McMaryion passed for 317 yards and two touchdowns and KeeSean Johnson became Fresno State career leader in receiving yards as the Bulldogs beat San Jose State 31-13 on Saturday night.
All the best rivalries have cool nicknames and trophies, so we made up some for the Bottom 10 -- except USC. USC doesn't have any trophies.
Ty Gangi passed for 314 yards and a touchdown, Toa Taua had 121 yards rushing and a score and Nevada beat San Jose State 21-12 on Saturday.
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.
Jordan Love threw for a career-high 491 yards and five touchdowns on 32-of-42 passing in just three quarters, and No. 14 Utah State totaled 804 yards in offense in a 62-24 win over San Jose State on Saturday.
Nico Evans rushed for 187 yards, including a 58-yard score, and Sean Chambers added 129 yards to lead Wyoming to a 24-9 win over San Jose State on a snowy Saturday afternoon.
Josh Love threw four touchdown passes, two in the decisive third quarter, and San Jose State earned its first win of the season with a 50-37 win over UNLV on Saturday night.
It was one for the Bottom 10 record books.
John Baron II made three field goals, including a go-ahead 51-yarder late in the fourth quarter, to help San Diego State beat San Jose State 16-13 on Saturday night for the Aztecs' sixth win in a row.
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.
Kelvin Hopkins Jr. ran for 99 yards and a season-high three touchdowns and threw for a fourth, and Army beat San Jose State 52-3 on Saturday.
K.J. Carta-Samuels threw four touchdown passes and Colorado State overcame a 30-point third quarter by San Jose State to beat the Spartans 42-30 on Saturday night.
Sometimes writers have to get creative when covering losing teams, which is why we're deferring to the experts this week.
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.
Ryan Meskell kicked a 35-yard field goal in the fifth overtime, making his last two kicks after missing a pair, lifting Hawaii past San Jose State 44-41 Saturday night.
In normal times, the Big Ten would own this week's Bottom 10. But friends, when FSU gets dominated by Syracuse and squeaks by Samford, we are not in normal times.
Justin Herbert threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns and No. 20 Oregon beat San Jose State 35-22 on Saturday in the Ducks' final nonconference tuneup before opening the Pac-12 season with Stanford next week.