There's one unstoppable, raging dumpster fire threatening to engulf all challengers for the rest of the year.
When you give up 63 points to Texas A&M at home after holding LSU to 13 points earlier in the year, your team has completely quit. I'm not sure how Gene Chizik survives this dumpster fire of a season.
Oregon dropped 70 on the Buffaloes without even trying. In fact, the Ducks spent most of the third and fourth quarters trying not to score more points.
The only remaining drama in this dumpster fire is whether Jon Embree survives the ongoing disaster.
UT is having a bad season, but at least the offense was scoring points against bad teams while the defense was giving up points and yards at a record pace. However, when the vaunted Kansas defense and the fighting Weishawks require that UT call upon back-up quarterback Case McCoy to win a game, the UT offense has truly reached a new nadir.
David Ash looked awful in this game, and the UT offensive line failed to convert a 4th-and-goal at the 1.
4. Tyrann Mathieu's draft stock
The Honey Badger just got busted for marijuana possesion along with three former LSU teammates.
Why Mathieu didn't already declare for the NFL draft and lock down an agent and training program after his explusion from LSU is just crazy. Now, Mathieu has severely hurt his NFL draft status after showing that his treatment program with John Lucas in Houston is doing no good - a serious red flag for any NFL team that drafts him.
5. Dave Christensen's career
A thousand apologies to Dumpster Fires of the Week readers. How this epic meltdown from the Wyoming coach missed the top five last week is a crime.
We're going to be seeing this one on Sportscenter for years down the road. Unless the FCC intervenes. The sheer number of f-bombs along with the line "Look at me, Mr. Fucking Howdy Doody!"
Christensen has been suspended and is probably going to be fired.