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College football rankings: Louisiana Tech returns to The Bottom 25 as playoff contenders hold their ground

25. ULM 4-7 I had hoped that the Warhawks would be the first team to spend almost an entire season ranking in The Bottom 25 and still get six wins, but that dream died with a 27-14 loss to LSU. However, the fact that the Warhawks are not shy in front of the Tigers says something about this team. Or maybe it just says something about LSU. Either way, the season ended with a showdown with Louisiana. (Last week: 24) 24. Louisiana Technology 3-8 Louisiana Tech was the team that lost to Southern Miss on Saturday, with a score of 35-19. The loss brings the Bulldogs back to us after they took a week off to find themselves. This week, they will face Rice No. 13. (Unranked) 23. Ohio 3-8 Ohio’s two-match winning streak ended with a 35-23 loss to Toledo last week. A weird Bobcats season comes to an end Friday against 21 Bowling Green. There’s a good chance the winner of that game will finish the season outside of The Bottom 25. Well, a good chance if it’s Ohio winning. I’m pretty sure Bowling Green is stuck here. (22) 22. State of Texas 3-8 The Bobcats kept it respectable, but ultimately just couldn’t hang on the road against Coastal Carolina. A 35-21 loss brought them down 3-8, and the Fightin’ Spavs will end their season on the road to the No. 7 Arkansas State. (20) 21. Bowling Green 3-8 Things haven’t gone well for the Falcons since a 56-44 win over Buffalo. They have trailed 83-24 in two games since, including a 34-7 loss to Miami (Ohio) last week. Bowling Green’s season finale will be at home to number 23 Ohio, but you already know that because you’ve read every word of this column. You’re not one of those guys who just scroll down to find their team and move on. (23) 20. Georgia Southern 3-8 Hey, Georgia Southern did as well against BYU as most Pac-12s have this season, losing 34-17. The final match before the start of The Clay Helton Era will be a tough one on the road against the Appalachian State. (19) 19. Dukes 3-8 The Blues lost their seventh game in a row, being 62-22 ahead of Louisville. This season, they’ve racked up three wins over North Carolina A&T, the 6th Kansas team, and a Northwest team that is currently 26th in The Bottom 25 standings. It’s been a rough year, and I’m pretty confident that this will be the last year of David Cutcliffe’s tenure at Duke. The last game the Cut was in charge of was Saturday against Miami. (21) 18. Tulane 2-9 I received a hot tip last week from someone who said they had a relative on Tulane’s football team and that Tulane was “out of work”. So I did what people would do and trusted them with all my heart, betting on the South Florida money line for Last Week’s Under 25 Game of the Century. Tulane quickly won the game 45-14. The lesson here is that you should always trust hot advice from strangers, but one quit doesn’t mean the whole team has. The Wave will end the season strong against Memphis. That is unless they quit, which they probably would have quit! I haven’t talked to strangers all week. (9) 17. UNLV 2-9 Okay, so the rebels couldn’t get their third straight win and lost to San Diego State 28-20. However, they have played well and this is a team that is finishing the season strong. I feel good about this team going into 2022 and I would feel better if they can get three wins by beating the Air Force on Friday. (17) 16. South Florida 2-9 I can’t believe the Bulls let my temper down. I feel good about this team with the way they performed in the losses to Houston and Cincinnati, but it was a monumental egg they laid against the Blue Wave. They were probably caught before Friday’s I-4 War with UCF. (18) 15. Navy 2-8 The Navy was sunk by the Pirates with a last-second goal giving East Carolina a 38-35 win. While the loss was painful, I’m pleased with the Midshipmen’s chances against Number 10 Temple this week. Unless they’re too busy looking for the Army. (15) 14. Indiana 2-9 The Hoosiers dropped out for the seventh straight game, losing to Minnesota 35-14. Their only two wins were a 56-14 victory over Idaho and a narrow 33-31 victory over Western Kentucky. It sucks from start to finish, but a win over rival Purdue should make everyone heading into the offseason feeling a lot happier about themselves. (16) 13. Rice 3-8 Rice has lost 4 in a row after losing 38-28 at UTEP. I’m a bit disappointed because when the Owls beat UAB 30-24 to improve to 3-4, I think there’s a chance for this team to get six wins. Alas, it did not happen. Instead, the season will end with the number 24 Louisiana Tech. (twelfth) 12. New Mexico 3-8 I don’t think anyone was surprised to see New Mexico lose to Boise State 37-0. Lobos has been unimpressive this season, even in a 14-3 win over Wyoming. They will now end the season against one of Mountain West’s better teams, Wyoming. (14) 11. Vanderbilt 2-9 The SEC hasn’t been kind to Commodores, as they lost 0-7 in the conference after a 31-17 loss to Ole Miss. However, while the State of Georgia, Florida and Mississippi eliminated Commodores, the game Ole Miss was another example of a team showing progress. Has progressed enough to overtake rival Tennessee this week? I do not know. Probably! (ten) 10. Temples 3-8 I’ve been blinding Temple for the past few weeks, and it’s by far the most effective betting strategy of all time. I never broke a sweat in their 44-10 loss to Tulsa, and I probably won’t against the 15th Navy either. (13) 9. Miss South 2-9 I know I’ve said it before, but imagine how different this season could have been for Miss South if they had played all season with Frank Gore Jr at QB. I’m not saying they go 7-5 or anything, but they’re going to be a lot more fun to watch. I hope we get to see FIU number 4 again this weekend. (5) 8. Arizona 1-10 The Wildcats’ impressive run came to an end Saturday when they lost to Washington State 44-18 in a sea of ​​rain and fog. They have now lost defensive coordinator Don Brown, who will take over at UMass. I guess Don loves The Bottom 25. Anyway, I wouldn’t be shocked if the Wildcats upset Arizona State on Saturday. Of course, I wouldn’t be surprised if they lost 30. (11) 7. State of Arkansas 2-9 The Red Wolves next went on to win 27-24 against ULM with a close 28-20 loss to Georgia State. Can Butch Jones finish his first season in Jonesboro, Arkansas with three wins? We’ll find out on Saturday afternoon with number 22 Texas. (8) 6. Kansas 2-9 This team looks so fierce! After a terrifying end to the game against Texas, the Jayhawks almost got another win over TCU, losing 38-21. Now we’ve reached a point where if the Jayhawks beat West Virginia, I wouldn’t even consider it a big deal. I’m telling you, Kansas is becoming a capable football team right in front of our eyes. (6) 5. Akron 2-9 Akron has the best breakout record of any team outside of The Bottom Four. I know it takes real genius to figure out which team 5 has the best shot, but the basic stats here show that it can happen even with The Bottom Four serving. So last season’s final to Toledo was a big one. (7) 4. FIU 1-10 Butch Davis showed off the FIU’s 49-7 loss to North Texas without any FIU gear. He’s wearing a Navy hat and a Navy sweater, and that’s lame. I understand he is frustrated with the school and have made it clear, but wearing a Navy uniform sends a message not only to the school administration, but also to your players that you are not. should do so. That is while I will fade the Panthers as they face Miss South No. 9. (4) 3. State of New Mexico 1-10 The Aggies lost to Kentucky 56-16, meaning their two-game break as the SEC team put them 0-2 and took a 115-9 lead. But none of that is a problem. No, the Aggies are just using those games as scenarios to prepare for the actual battle. Yes, The Bottom 25 Playoff won’t officially begin until the regular season is over, but it started unofficially on Saturday when the Aggies took #1 UMass in The Bottom 25 Game of the Century of the Week! (3) 2. UConn 1-10 The Huskies were beaten 49-17 by UCF and looked to cement their Bottom 25 Playoff spot with a loss to Houston this week. Depending on how things go in the Last Match of the Century of the week, the Huskies could make it to the knockout stages as our No. 1 seed. (2) 1. UMass 1-10 Will Don Brown inherit a playoff team? I ran some numbers and there’s a chance the Minutemen will stay in Playoff The Bottom 25 even if they win. I know that will take some stakes from the game, but I want to make sure you have all the information on hand. That said, if the Minutemen win and Akron gets close to Toledo, UMass can sneak out in time. (first)



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