14. Boston College (3-8, 2-5)
The Eagles are playing out the string. That was evident after their 44-0 defeat at the hands of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. If Murphy’s Law were a football season, a picture of the 2022 Boston College Eagles would be next to the definition. Boston College lost players on both sides of the ball and their starting quarterback again. The season ends this weekend against Syracuse.
13. Virginia Tech (3-8, 1-6)
This season was a zero year for the Hokies and first-year head coach Brent Pry. The defense was not bad this season, but the offense leaves a lot to be desired. This offseason will be a unique challenge for Pry and Virginia Tech. They have an opportunity to flip the roster using the portal as well as sign some prospects out of high school.
12. Virginia (3-7, 1-6)
There are times when we are reminded that football is just a game. The tragedy in Virginia was a reminder.
11. Miami (5-6, 3-4)
Did we expect too much of the Hurricanes in Mario Cristobal’s first season? The Hurricanes changed coaching regimes and offensive philosophies. That should have been taken into consideration more than it was. That said, the Hurricanes have an opportunity at bragging rights with an upset win against Florida State this weekend.