Washington Husky coach David Cutler is getting an F rating in the NCAA’s ratings department.
The Washington Post first reported the latest rankings, which include the Huskies in the bottom half of the nation.
Cutcliffe, who has been a Husky since 2011, is in the top 25 of the FBS coaches for 2016, according to the ratings.
He has won five games and tied for first place in the Pac-12 Conference.
The Huskies have won two games in a row against the Pac 12 leaders.
Cutler is in a unique situation in that he’s a coach in the midst of a playoff race.
In the postseason, teams like Washington and Oregon go through a five-game playoff schedule.
This year, the Husky will be playing against an undefeated Pac-10 champion, and in that series, the teams will play five games.
Washington has won eight of its last 10 games and is 10-1 this season.
It will face Oregon State in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 5.
Cutrell, who also is the assistant men’s basketball coach at Boise State, is not a bowl eligible coach in 2016, as is Boise State coach Matt Wells, who is in his ninth season.
The rankings will be released in late February.