9. Randy Moss (Marshall)
Randy Moss actually managed to draw the ire of three different college football fan bases. He was once named one of the most hated men in his home state of West Virginia, after he rejected the idea of playing at West Virginia University during his recruitment process. After committing to play football for Lou Holtz at Notre Dame, he was eventually dismissed from the team after an arrest for his involvement in a beating of a fellow student in high school. Holtz did help Moss catch on at Florida State University with head coach Bobby Bowden, but he ended up failing a drug test, violating the terms of his probation from his arrest, which forced the Seminoles to dismiss Moss as well. After watching him shatter records at Marshall University, the students and fans at those other three schools have to wonder what could have been if Moss had previously kept his head on straight.