The first week in college football was a crazy one, but three teams in particular are bound to fall off of AP top 25.
Due to defeats handed to Texas Christian University, the near-death of Auburn, Notre Dame's collapse and Georgia's beat down at the hands of Boise State—teams are on AP that don't belong.
Let's take a look at the three teams that will fall out of AP top 25.
The Texas Longhorns have no shot of staying in the AP top 25.
The play No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 9 Oklahoma State in back-to-back weeks.
Then they have a little match with No. 7 Texas A&M.
At least they'll be ranked for a little while.
Texas Christian University screwed up. Big time.
With their extremely weak schedule (only two ranked opponents), losing to Baylor ended any TCU BCS bowl aspirations.
Even if the Horned Frogs can win-out for a while, they play Boise State on November 12th.
And if the game against the Georgia Bulldogs was any indication, expect a beat-down.
Big props to Baylor for beating Texas Christian University, but their time on the AP top 25 will be short-lived.
They could stay on until around late October, but then they play No. 7 Texas A&M and No. 9 Oklahoma State in consecutive games.
If they can come out with a win in either one of those games, No. 1 Oklahoma is waiting for the Bears on November 19th.
While their win against TCU was impressive, their time on AP seems limited.