Indiana FINALLY picked up that coveted quality loss that the CFP is always looking for in those SEC teams. They narrowly lost a game against a Top 10 team (PSU) this weekend. Indiana's game against OSU doesn't count as a quality loss as they got curb stomped in that game.
Now in addition to IU picking up a quality loss, which is a big talking point when it comes to SEC teams, there were a few teams ranked towards to the bottom of the top 25 that lose which should drop those teams out of the rankings.
#19 Texas lost to an unranked ISU. They are now 6-4 and should no longer be ranked.
#24 Kansas State lost to WVU for their second loss in a row to drop to 6-4 as well = unranked.
#23 Navy lost to Notre Dame, I honestly wouldn't mind if Navy stayed in the top 25, but they could easily drop out.
Now my final point is, we all know Texas A&M will be ranked this week. But go look at Texas A&M vs. Indiana. Neither team has a quality win. Both are 7-3. Why shouldn't IU be ranked if Texas A&M will be?
Bonus question, what are the odds Indiana beats Michigan?