1W) University of North Texas
Does North Texas have the worst win/loss record of history? No.. but the fact of the matter is that Texas has 50 teams that actually DO compete.
2M) Kent State University
Listen, I'm not trying to shoot down your hopes and dreams here, Golden Flashes, but the fact of the matter is that Kent State has been given PLENTY of time to become a legit D1 player--well over 800 games worth. What do you have to show for yourselves? The 3rd lowest active winning percentage in college football. That's while playing in the MAC, for goodness sakes. The only programs lower are FIU and FAU, and they haven't been playing football since 1888. Sorry, but this program should have it's plug pulled.
3W) University of South Carolina
South Carolina.. Although I will give them some credit on packing the stadium.. I am going to have to say that even with "Great" coaches, they dont seem to be able to produce a consistantly winning program. This seems to be the place where all "good" coaches seem to go die..Even boasting a former Heisman winner in George Rogers can't help this team.. They even went a stint of losing 21 games straight.. and thier win that broke this streak over New Mexico State! (Which would have been my number 11 pick) So Congratulations USCe... YOU JUST WENT DAS BOOT!
4M) Temple University
When you get the boot from the BigEast, that's really saying something. The Owls have finally found another conference in the MAC after staying in NCAA purgatory for a couple years (IND). However, things have gotten better for Temple in recent years since bringing in BC Guy Al Golden (Al's five wins last year were the most for the Temple program since a 7-4 season in 1990), but the cumulative performance since 1990--even including Al's upswing the past two years--is 40-163, a winning percentage of under 20%. Time to put this bird down.
5W) Florida International University
Florida International University. What does that even mean?
It sounds like an online college , an outside of having a gang type brawl with Miami a couple years back the only thing Internationally known about this university is being everyone's homecoming.
Utah State did provide us with NFL Pro-Bowler Chris Cooley, but past that, the Aggies have offered us precious little else. In the past 28 seasons, what do you think the percentage of those seasons that have been WINNING ones? If you guessed just under 8%, you'd be right. That's less than one winning season a decade. Absolutely brutal. The fact that BYU and the University of Utah are now doing very well, I can't say that it's going to get better before it gets worse...if that's at all possible.
7W) Syracuse University
Do away with the carrier dome.. Does this dome with an air conditioner name even have air conditioning? Similar to Temple, The Big East is even getting wary of thier losing ways.
8M) Duke University
9W) University of Wyoming
I choose Wyoming here.Not only one of the ugliest uniforms in the game, but thier actual game play isnt much better.
10M) University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV)
What's that? You didn't know UNLV was D1? Apparently neither do they. I almost went with Indiana here, but seeing as they still have a player in the NFL (former QB Antwaan Randle El), I had to go for Randal Cunningham's alma mater here.
I also considered Northwestern (sorry, Brian), but at least they have a good excuse, playing in a BCS conference. UNLV isn't playing Ohio State, Michigan, and Wisconsin every year. They're in the Mountain West, yet still have been able to suck with ferocity for years. Since '87, UNLV has managed to have a point differential average of over -107 points per season. Add up all of the winning scores, losing scores, you get a differential. Their average is over a hundred negative for the past 22 years. Time to run the Runnin' Rebels off the field...for good.
Wesley drafted: North Texas, South Carolina, Florida International, Syracuse, Wyoming.
BCMike drafted: Kent State, Temple, Utah State, Duke, UNLV