The final rankings of the 2019 season are in. Let's all remember the best worst teams of the year.
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Aston Walter ran for a touchdown and a career-best 149 yards, and Rice beat UTEP 30-16 on Saturday in the season finale for both teams.
- Babe Laufenberg's son Luke dies of cancer at 21
- UTEP reinstates QB Locksley after June arrest
- UTEP QB Locksley faces DWI, marijuana charges
- QB Delton says he's transferring to TCU
The U gets a week in the Coveted Fifth Spot after getting upset by FIU.
Jason Huntley had 191 yards rushing on 14 carries with three touchdowns and New Mexico State beat UTEP 44-35 on Saturday.
Nothing lasts forever, even the Bears' 25-point lead on Oklahoma.
Dylan Hopkins ran for 163 yards and a touchdown and threw for another and UAB dismantled UTEP 37-10 on Saturday.
The Nittany Lions slipped from fourth in the first College Football Playoff rankings to our even-more-coveted No. 5 spot in the Bottom 10.
Chris Reynolds threw for a career-high 354 yards and two touchdowns and added 91 yards rushing to help Charlotte beat UTEP 28-21 on Saturday as the 49ers got their first road win of the season.
Mason Fine threw a career-high seven touchdown passes to lead North Texas to a 52-26 victory over UTEP on Saturday.
Oklahoma's shocking loss to Kansas State earns the Sooners the coveted fifth spot in this week's Bottom 10.
J'Mar Smith threw three touchdown passes, Justin Henderson ran for two scores and Louisiana Tech rolled to a 42-21 victory over UTEP on Saturday night to remain undefeated atop the Conference USA standings.
Anthony Jones ran 15 times for 102 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for 61 yards to help Florida International beat UTEP 32-17 on Saturday.
The West Coast isn't the best coast for college football this week, landing in the No 5 spot.
Lowell Narcisse ran for 115 yards and accounted for two touchdowns to lead UTSA to a 26-16 victory over UTEP on Saturday night.
Jack Abraham passed for 351 yards and three touchdowns and Southern Mississippi rolled to a 31-13 victory over UTEP in a Conference USA opener on Saturday.
Cristian Solano threw two touchdown passes to Elijah Cooks, Kelton Moore ran for two fourth-quarter scores, and Nevada beat UTEP 37-21 on Saturday night.
Kicking off with a conference game that wasn't a conference game, it was a bad week along the Atlantic coast.