Previously eighth-ranked Arkansas found that out the hard way in a stunning 34-31 overtime loss to Louisiana-Monroe Saturday night. The Hogs were nowhere to be found on Sunday in a top 25 poll put out by a national news organization, taking the second-largest fall out of the rankings in history. Only No. 5 Michigan in 2007 had a larger tumble after losing to Appalachian State.
The top five? That was a little less exciting. Alabama, USC, LSU and Oregon all held constant in the top four spots with Florida State tying Oklahoma for the fifth spot.
The good news for Arkansas is that coaches around college football still believe in the Hogs despite the upset loss.
Rather than being dropped from the top 25, Arkansas fell 11 spots from No. 10 to No. 21.