The highest ranked teams to drop out of The AP football poll in one week.
No. 2 Oklahoma, Sept. 28, 1959
No. 4 Tennessee, Oct. 2, 1950
No. 4 Army, Oct. 5, 1959
No. 4 Illinois, Oct. 10, 1960
No. 5 Notre Dame, Oct. 15, 1951
No. 5 Texas, Oct. 6 1952
No. 5 Alabama, Sept. 23, 1953
No. 5 Georgia Tech, Sept. 27, 1954
No. 5 Oklahoma, Sept. 23, 1968
No. 5 Michigan, Sept. 4, 2007
Note: Michigan dropped out of the Top 25, all others out of the Top 20.

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