Was UMass' October win over UConn enough to keep the Minutemen from being our best worst team in college football?
After taking over as an interim at TCU when Gary Patterson was let go this season, Jerry Kill will move on from the Big 12 school and become coach at New Mexico State, sources told ESPN's Adam Rittenberg on Saturday.
- Sources: Kill to be next coach at New Mexico St.
- NMSU biggest underdogs of season vs. Alabama
- C-USA picks Liberty among four new additions
- Texas lands former 5-star Alabama LB Davis
— Juwaun Price ran for 156 yards and scored four touchdowns, leading New Mexico State to a 44-27 season-ending win over UMass on Saturday.
It all comes down to this: The top two bottom teams square off for the dishonor of being the worst of the worst.
— Will Levis’ final home game this season was much like his September debut: lots of yardage and explosive plays that more than offset his miscues.
Our top bottom team pulled off a major upset, but two others couldn't turn a spark into a blaze of glory.
— For 44 seconds, No. 3 Alabama actually was trailing New Mexico State.
New Mexico State is the biggest underdog of the college football season to date, catching 52 points in Saturday's tester at Alabama.
With UNLV and Arizona snapping long losing streaks, the Bottom 10 welcomes some old friends back to the top of the heap.
— Logan Bonner passed for 359 yards and four touchdowns — including two to Deven Thompkins — and Utah State pulled away in the second half to beat New Mexico State 35-13 in nonconference play on Saturday.
Conference USA announced on Friday that it will add Liberty, Jacksonville State, New Mexico State and Sam Houston State beginning in 2023 as the league tries to replenish its ranks.
With Jim Harbaugh again falling short and the nation's two winless teams again falling, we try to separate fact from fiction with the worst of the worst.
With Penn State and Illinois flailing for nine overtimes, our week's weakest falls lower than we could have expected.
— Dedrick Parson ran for 161 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries and Hawaii scored three times on plays of 75 yards or longer on Saturday night to beat New Mexico State 48-34.
For the members of our latest Bottom 10, there may be hope after all. Just look at what's happening at Texas-San Antonio.
With the Pillow Fight of the Century behind us, what's next for the Bottom 10? Well, a new No. 1 for starters.
— Carson Strong threw a career-high six touchdown passes — four in the second quarter — and Nevada cruised to a 55-28 win over New Mexico State on Saturday night.
Week 6 of the college football season comes with impressive uniform selections by these teams.
It's a race to the bottom when No. 1 UMass and No. 2 UConn collide in Saturday's battle of the beatens.
— Nick Nash threw three touchdown passes, Tyler Nevers had 22 carries for 115 yards and a score and San Jose State beat New Mexico State 37-31 on Saturday night.
UConn is still winless, but the Huskies earned a victory of sorts by coming oh, so close against Wyoming. A drubbing by Coastal Carolina makes UMass our new Bottom 10 leader.
These teams didn't miss a chance to troll their opponents on social media.
— Chevan Cordeiro threw for a first-half touchdown and ran for a second-half score as Hawaii snapped a two-game losing streak with a 41-21 win over New Mexico State on Saturday night.
— Terry Wilson passed for 385 yards and his third touchdown pass of the game — a 58-yarder to Mannie Logan-Greene — powered New Mexico to a 34-23 victory over in-state rival New Mexico State on Saturday night.