Top Ten Worst Power 5 College Football Teams of 2019

The Top Ten

1 Rutgers

There is nothing special about Rutgers football. The only reason they even got in the Big Ten is because they happened to be in the New York T.V. Market area, but most people in New York don't even care about college sports, and since their athletic programs are terrible, the Big Ten didn't gain anything, neither did they get anything from Maryland (who also happened to be in a big market area).

2 Tennessee The Tennessee Volunteers is a college football program that represents the University of Tennessee, located in Knoxville, Tennessee. As of 2019, the Volunteers have won 838 games, and six national titles (most recently in 1998). They have never won a Heisman trophy and are under second year head coach more.

Oh yes this is the worst power 5 school and whoever added alabama and clemson is a bad troll

Week 2: losing to BYU at home after being up most of the game is unforgivable - jayynormal00

Loses to a sun belt school at home 38-30 in their first week. At least Rutgers can win games.

Update: As of 11/3/19 Tennessee is now 4-5 with wins against Mississippi State and South Carolina. They aren't the worst anymore.

100% true. What makes it worse, is that Georgia State was ranked 125th out of 130 1-A teams. Unforgivable loss, and start to the season. - jayynormal00

3 Oregon State
4 Ole Miss The Ole Miss Rebels are the intercollegiate athletic teams officially representing the University of Mississippi.

Beating Arkansas is a huge win for them. They should drop out of the top ten worst. - jayynormal00

5 Arkansas

Bad, Bad conference loss to Ole Miss week 2. - jayynormal00

6 Louisville
7 Vanderbilt
8 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

At least Tennessee didn’t lose to an FCS school at home

9 Kansas The Kansas Jayhawks, commonly referred to as KU, are the teams of the athletic department at the University of Kansas. They are currently a member of the Big 12 Conference

HUGE REBOUND, with a win over Boston College by 24. Incredible Performance. - jayynormal00

Losing to Coastal Carolina is horrible, especially with the fact that CCU missed 2 field goals... - jayynormal00

Edit: Right when I think they’re gonna be good again they do that... losing 12-7 AT HOME to Coastal Carolina... a team that was 0-7 vs power 5 opponents... and the fact that KU blew so many chances to win after Costal Carolina missed 2 field goals and an extra point. Should have been 19-7 which is pathetic - Randomator

How’s KU above Tennessee?
At least they won their game. - Randomator

10 Illinois

Losing to EMU is a huge blow. - jayynormal00

The Contenders

11 Missouri Tigers The Missouri Tigers athletics programs include the extramural and intramural sports teams of the University of Missouri, located in Columbia, Missouri, United States.

They lost 31-37 to Wyoming... yes Wyoming - Randomator

Nope, they shouldn’t be up here. - jayynormal00

12 Texas Tech
13 Florida State Seminoles

Losing to LA Monroe would’ve put them in the top 5. Willie Taggert will have a. Hard time struggling through the season - jayynormal00

14 California

Nope. Beat a top 15 teams. Incredible Performance - jayynormal00

15 Maryland

They totally took themselves off this list. Incredible performance will put them in the top 25. - jayynormal00

They destroyed Syracuse at least - Randomator

16 West Virginia
18 Duke Duke University is a private research university located in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Founded by Methodists and Quakers in the present-day town of Trinity in 1838, the school moved to Durham in 1892. In 1924, tobacco and electric power industrialist James Buchanan Duke established the Duke more.
19 Arizona
20 Alabama The Alabama Crimson Tide refers to the 21 men and women varsity teams that represent the University of Alabama.
21 Colorado

Taking it back... loss to Air Force has to hurt... - jayynormal00

Nope. Beating Nebraska was amazing. Got them out - jayynormal00

22 Purdue

They lost to Nevada... - jayynormal00

23 Clemson The Clemson Tigers are the athletic teams representing Clemson University. They compete as a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I level (Football Bowl Subdivision, primarily competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference for all sports since the 1953-54 season.
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