In the past week we've seen three different coaches (Iowa's Fran McCaffery, Morgan State's Todd Bozeman and Connecticut's Jim Calhoun) face questions over their allegedly angry behavior during games, in each case drawing criticism for flat-out losing their you-know-what. In the fallout, we've seen halfhearted apologies (Calhoun), messy denials and appeals (Bozeman) and public criticism from superiors (McCaffery).
We've also seen some downright bad performances (here's looking at you, North Carolina), some continually disappointing teams (say hello, Texas A&M) and, in keeping with the anger motif, even a near brawl in the Pac-12 (between Oregon State and Arizona).
If you need a primer on what the Bottom 10 is all about, be sure to see last week's inaugural edition. But one Bottom 10 rule must be stated: No. 5 is reserved for the biggest major-conference blunder.