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Prognosis on the five winless teams (STILL) left in FBS

Since 2009, only one FBS team has completed a winless season. There have been only two occasions since 2002 where two teams played an entire season without winning a game. Yet with a dozen completed weeks in the 2013 college football season, a full handful of teams are still searching for win No. 1. We're making the wrong kind of history. 

Connecticut (0-9) - For the first time since October 12, the Huskies actually flirted with victory this week. Trailing 28-21, Connecticut held the ball with a chance to tie the game. That's when it all fell apart. The Huskies immediately went three and out, which SMU turned into a field goal. On their next drive, UConn threw a pick six. Ballgame. In fact, after pulling within that one score, Connecticut's next three possessions went a cumulative 34 yards on nine plays with one punt and two interceptions. Final score: SMU 38, Connecticut 21. 
The road ahead: at Temple, vs. Rutgers, vs. Memphis

Conference USA
Southern Miss (0-10) - Never a doubt: Southern Miss was down 27-0 at halftime and 41-0 after three en route to a 41-7 loss to Florida Atlantic. The Golden Eagles were out-rushed 333-20. Quarterback Nick Mullens completed 12-of-37 passes for 169 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Southern Miss has scored 15 points or fewer in nine of their 10 losses; their season high is 23. The 22-game losing streak is now tied for the ninth-longest in FBS history. I could go on but, good gosh, who wants to read any more?
The road ahead: vs. Middle Tennessee, at UAB

Miami, Ohio (0-10) - At least they got it out of the way early. Miami (Ohio) was beaten 24-6 on Wednesday in undoubtedly their best chance (at least on paper) to win a game this season. With a season high of 17, the RedHawks have scored a grand total of 96 points this season. 
The road ahead: vs. Buffalo, at Ball State.

Mountain West
Hawaii (0-10) - I still think this team wins a game at some point but, well, they're down to the final two bullets in the chamber and they just wasted a great shot. Hawaii led 14-7 at the half at 21-14 late in the fourth quarter, but lost to San Diego State 28-21 in overtime. 
The road ahead: at Wyoming, vs. Army

Sun Belt
Georgia State (0-9) - Georgia State was downright competitive compared to most of their winless colleagues, playing Louisiana-Lafayette to a 35-21 final at the Georgia Dome. The Panthers actually moved the ball at a respectable rate, throwing for 298 yards and two scores and adding 183 yards (on 4.7 per carry) on the ground. 
The road ahead: at Arkansas State, vs. South Alabama

Author: Zach Barnett
Zach Barnett is a native of Denton, Texas and a graduate of the University of Texas. He joined FootballScoop in 2012 after two years at the National Football Foundation. His hobbies include watching college football, reading about college football and writing about college football.