The final rankings of the 2019 season are in. Let's all remember the best worst teams of the year.
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The U gets a week in the Coveted Fifth Spot after getting upset by FIU.
- UMass names FSU OC Bell as new head coach
- UMass parts ways with Whipple after 6 seasons
- UMass' Whipple suspended for 'rape' reference
- UMass extends Whipple's deal thru 2020
Zach Wilson threw for 293 yards and four touchdowns, Jackson McChesney ran for 228 yards and two scores and BYU amassed 628 yards of offense in beating UMass 56-24 on Saturday.
Nothing lasts forever, even the Bears' 25-point lead on Oklahoma.
Alabama's star QB went down with a season-ending hip injury against Mississippi State, eclipsing a wild Sooners comeback and more Week 12 ups and downs.
Evan Hull had four rushing touchdowns, Chris Bergin added an 85-yard touchdown return on a blocked field goal, and Northwestern snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 45-6 victory over UMass 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.
Sandon McCoy scored three touchdowns on short runs, Jabari Laws rushed for 140 yards and another score, and Army's triple option overwhelmed UMass 63-7 on Saturday as the Black Knights snapped a five-game losing streak.
Stephen Calvert passed for 474 yards and four touchdowns and Frankie Hickson added three scoring runs as Liberty overpowered Massachusetts 63-21 on Saturday in a game between independent programs.
Oklahoma's shocking loss to Kansas State earns the Sooners the coveted fifth spot in this week's Bottom 10.
Kevin Mensah ran for 164 yards and a career-high five touchdowns and Connecticut breezed to a 56-35 victory over Massachusetts on Saturday.
J'Mar Smith threw three touchdown passes and Justin Henderson ran for three first-quarter touchdowns to power Louisiana Tech to a 69-21 victory over Massachusetts on Saturday night.
The West Coast isn't the best coast for college football this week, landing in the No 5 spot.
James Morgan passed for 263 yards and two touchdowns, Anthony Jones rushed for 115 yards and a score and Florida International routed Massachusetts 44-0 on Saturday night.
The Scarlet Knights fired their coach already, Virginia Tech's poor robot didn't get to do many post-score pushups, and Akron takes over the top -- bottom? -- spot.
Michael Curtis threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and UMass defeated Akron 37-29 on Saturday.