Texas drops out of updated AP Top 25 Poll, Arkansas is now ranked

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Texas has dropped out of the updated AP Top 25 Poll after a disappointing loss to Arkansas in Week 2.

The Longhorns were dominated in the trenches on Saturday evening and the 40-21 defeat likely could have been much worse. The talk of the game was how poorly Texas’ offensive line performed, but the Longhorns also gave up 333 rushing yards to the Razorbacks.

Even the special teams unit experienced their fair share of struggles. Kicker Cameron Dicker missed a field goal for the second consecutive week, and also bobbled the snap on a punt which Arkansas later took advantage of.

There weren’t many, if any, things that went right for Texas in this one. The next week will need a lot of reflection and adjustments before beginning Big 12 play on Sept. 25.

  1. Alabama

  2. Georgia

  3. Oklahoma

  4. Oregon

  5. Iowa

  6. Clemson

  7. Texas A&M

  8. Cincinnati

  9. Ohio State

  10. Penn State

  11. Florida

  12. Notre Dame

  13. UCLA

  14. Iowa State

  15. Virginia Tech

  16. Coastal Carolina

  17. Ole Miss

  18. Wisconsin

  19. Arizona State

  20. Arkansas

  21. North Carolina

  22. Auburn

  23. BYU

  24. Miami

  25. Michigan

Others receiving votes:

UCF 111, TCU 103, Liberty 52, Michigan State 44, USC 39, Indiana 34, LSU 31, Kansas State 30, Nevada 28, Oklahoma State 27, Texas 23, Maryland 14, Pittsburgh 13, Kentucky 13, Stanford 10, Utah 9, Boston College 8, Arizona 6, Texas Tech 2, Fresno State 2, Toledo 2, Army 1

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