Iowa entered Saturday's game against North Dakota State ranked 13th in the country. That and a lot of others things have changed since the Hawkeye's shocking 23-21 loss to the Bison. Iowa has fallen out of the top 25 in the latest college football rankings from the Associated Press.

Last year, Iowa didn't lose it's first game until the month of December. This year they couldn't make it to October. So the Hawkeyes will be unranked when the travel to Rutgers for the Big Ten opener. For their efforts, the Bison received 74 points in the AP poll. That is the most ever by an FCS team.

Not all is lost in Big Ten country. Ohio State is number three, followed by Michigan at number 4. Michigan State jumped up to number eight following their victory over Notre Dame.

 

[via ESPN]