The Worst NCAA College Football Teams of 2012: Week Three
Every team in this ranking that played this weekend lost except Akron. That really does not count since Akron played Morgan St. It looks like it is going to be a dogfight in the bottom 10 and several teams are showing that they are truly bad. Here are the 10 worst NCAA College Bowl subdivision teams of 2012.
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1. UNLV (0-3)
The Rebels are keeping keep close but the sign of a bad team is to always find a way to lose to poor teams. This time it was an 8 point loss to Washington St. Next week is a matchup against Air Force and that should drop them to 0-4.
2. Idaho (0-3)
Idaho was expected to get trounced by LSU and they did not disappoint. LSU scored 42 unanswered points in the 63-14 massacre. The Vandals play Wyoming next in a battle of 0-3 teams.
3. Massachusetts (0-3)
Massachusetts continues to give up a ton of points each week and their latest defeat was at the hands of disappointing Michigan. The Wolverines racked up 585 yards in their 63-13 win.
4. UAB (0-2)
UAB was hoping that a week off would help them prepare for South Carolina. The Blazers didn’t know what hit them in the 49-6 defeat. The game was closer than the final score indicated but UAB still has a lot of work to do.
5. Memphis (0-3)
Middle Tennessee is not a very good football team but you would never know it in their 48-30 win over Memphis. The Tigers defense continues to spiral downward and shows us why Memphis definitely belongs on this list.
6. Eastern Michigan (0-3)
Eastern Michigan did not expect to win against Purdue but they were hoping for something more than a 54-16 whipping. The Boilermakers put up 576 total yards and were basically scoring at will.
7. Colorado (0-3)
Colorado continues to fall and this time they fell behind 35-0 in the first quarter in their 69-14 loss to Fresno St. It is just a matter of time before coach Jon Embree loses his job.
8. New Mexico (1-2)
New Mexico was proud of the fact that they won the first game but has been outscored 94-14 since. Texas Tech racked up 702 yards on Saturday and the Lobos look like the Lobos of last year.
9. Akron (1-2)
How does a team win 66-6 and still stay on the list of the worst college football teams of 2012? When they play someone like Morgan St. The Zips will revert back to their losing ways when they play Tennessee next week.
10. Tulane (0-2)
Tulane had the week off to regroup but next week will be back to normal. A normal week at Tulane is another loss for the Green Wave.