All those preseason hopes and dreams can go up in smoke in four quarters. By the end of Week 2, meanwhile, it’s possible to start making grand statements about more than a handful of teams across the Football Bowl Subdivision. I’m talking about the catastrophes, the letdowns, the early lemons and washouts. You know, the teams that even through just two full weeks reek of disappointment. This week’s top 10 list focuses on the duds: Which teams at this early juncture stand as the biggest disappointments in the FBS? 1. Texas A&M It’s like the majority of Kevin Sumlin’s tenure in reverse: Instead of steamrolling early and fading late, A&M has stubbed their toe right out of the gate. After coughing up a 34-point lead in the opener to UCLA, the Aggies struggled to put away Nicholls State of the Football Championship Subdivision to even their record at 1-1.
College football's 10 most disappointing teams: High hopes already turned to despair
USA Today | Sep 12