Year two of the Scott Frost era would better than year one. Nebraska was a fringe top-25 team, wouldn't start 0-6 and would take another huge step toward Big Ten contention. The Huskers checked one of the boxes: They avoided the 0-6 start with a win over lowly South Alabama in the season opener. They are not, however, anywhere near the top-25 or Big Ten contention.
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I was a tad lower on the Huskers than most, namely those who voted them into the AP and USA Today Coaches' rankings, but not much lower. Nebraska was 28th in the HERO Sports Preseason Rankings. Nine weeks later, the Huskers are a season-low 77th (and 12th in the Big Ten).
The 49-spot plummet is the second-largest among all FBS teams. The largest belongs to Army, who has tumbled from 23rd to 96th, a staggering drop of 73 spots, the largest increase or decrease of any team.
Elsewhere: Texas has fallen the farthest of any top-10 team, Georgia has fallen the farthest of any top-five team, and no Big 12 has dropped more than 25 spots.
Here's the full list of teams who've fallen from their preseason ranking: