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WEEK: Preseason | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | Bye | 12 | 13The Bottom 10 inspirational thoughts of the week: Eyes over the city
|ESPN.com's Bottom 10|
|1.||North Texas||0-5||"Ain't Got Nothin'": The Mean Green ain't got wins. They ain't got much offense (No. 118 in scoring). They ain't got much defense (No. 119 in scoring D).|
|2.||Washington||0-5||"I'm Outta Time": The Huskies are 11-30 overall and 2-23 in Pac-10 play under Tyrone Willingham. Time isn't on Ty's side in Seattle.|
|3.||Washington State||1-5||"The Nature of Reality": The Cougars' only win is over FCS Portland State. Considering the nature of football in the Apple State, it could be worse (see above).|
|4.||Idaho||1-5||"Bag It Up": Outside of a win over FCS Idaho State, the Vandals have been bagged up and tossed around like a sack of Idaho potatoes.|
|5.||Nebraska||3-2||"The Turning": The Huskers suffered their most lopsided home loss in 53 years on Saturday. Turning them right-side up will take some time.|
|6.||San Diego State||1-4||"Waiting For The Rapture": Besides the visit from Idaho, things have been tough for the Aztecs. Football ecstasy appears to be a long way off for SDSU.|
|7.||Utah State||1-4||"To Be Where There's Life": For the Aggies, that was when Idaho appeared on the schedule. Otherwise, the fields have proven to be infertile.|
|8.||SMU||1-5||"Falling Down": The Ponies keep falling down, especially on defense. SMU is giving up 41.3 points per game.|
|9.||Syracuse||1-4||"I'm Outta Time": Hope you liked this tune earlier. The Orange are 2-20 in Big East games under Greg Robinson. Time isn't on Greg's side, either.|
|10.||UAB||1-5||"The Shock Of The Lightning": Lightning struck for the Blazers against FCS Alabama State, but the odds of lightning striking the same place twice are shockingly high.|
Waiting list: Florida Atlantic (1-4), Kent State (1-5), Louisiana-Monroe (1-4), Mississippi State (1-4), Miami (Ohio) (1-4), Ohio (1-5), Rutgers (1-4), Toledo (1-4).
David Duffey is the college football editor at ESPN.com.