After being upset in Little Rock by the ULM Warhawks, the Arkansas Razorbacks took a giant plunge in the AP Poll. Going into last Saturday ranked #8 in college football, Arkansas fell completely out of the top 25 in the Associated Press.

The drop marks the second largest ever in the AP poll, surpassed only by Michigan in 2007. The Wolverines began that season ranekd #5 in the country before losing their opener to FCS foe Applachian State and dropping completely out of the Poll.

Arkansas managed to remain in the USA Today Coaches' poll, only falling 11 spots from #10 to #21.

Despite the historic win, ULM isn't ranked, but did receive 23 votes.

 

The new AP top 25 is listed below, with their ranking from the previous poll listed to the right of their vote total.

1Alabama (48)2-014861
2USC (8)2-014142
3LSU (4)2-014043
4Oregon2-012994
5Oklahoma2-011605
5Florida State2-011606
7Georgia2-011557
8South Carolina2-010259
9West Virginia1-010179
10Michigan State2-099511
11Clemson2-086812
12Ohio State2-077214
13Virginia Tech2-073415
14Texas2-071617
15Kansas State2-071421
16TCU1-054220
17Michigan1-142919
18Florida2-042724
19Louisville2-031623
20Notre Dame2-031022
21Stanford2-026025
22UCLA2-0250NR
23Tennessee2-0177NR
24Arizona2-0149NR
25Brigham Young2-0110NR
  • Dropped from rankings: Arkansas 8, Wisconsin 13, Nebraska 16, Oklahoma State 18
  • Others receiving votes: Boise State 106, Arkansas 79, Nebraska 79, OREGONST 77, Mississippi State 70, Baylor 54, Wisconsin 44, ULMONROE 23, Ohio 17, Georgia Tech 15, Oklahoma State 13, South Florida 12, ARIZONAST 10, IOWAST 5, NORTHWSTRN 5, UTAHST 1, North Carolina 1