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Expected to be in the top ten after Miss Kentucky-Ole Miss

No. 7 Kentucky 14th Ole Miss will have a huge impact on the upcoming college football rankings.

Expect the next batch of college football rankings to be heavily influenced by the incredible game played at Oxford between seventh place in Kentucky and ranked 14th in the All-Mess.

The Rebels stuck more than themselves at Vaught-Hemingway, as Lane, Kevin and the boys improved to 5-0 this season in a dramatic fashion. 22-19 Victory over Mark Stopes. In time, this win could mean that the Ole Miss is the third-best team in the SEC behind ranked 1st Georgia and 2nd Alabama. Regardless, winning over Kentucky is a huge deal and should be celebrated big time.

With a few more windows left to play on Saturday, the top 10 windows will look different on Sunday.

College football rankings: AP Top 10 predicted after Kentucky lose to Ole Miss

Here’s what the top could look like once the latest AP Top 25 Poll Released Sunday afternoon.

  1. Georgia Bulldogs
  2. Alabama Crimson Tide
  3. Ohio Bucks
  4. Clemson Tigers
  5. Michigan Wolverines
  6. USC Trojans
  7. Oklahoma Cowboys
  8. Tennessee Volunteers
  9. Penn State Nittany Lions
  10. Ole Miss Rebels

Assuming this is the only disruption that occurs in the fifth week, it will affect the top ten, and possibly the top five. The top three should not change if Georgia beats Missouri, Alabama takes over Arkansas, and Ohio takes over Rutgers. If Clemson beats North Carolina State, it could take the Tigers to fourth and make Michigan fall back to fifth after their road win over Iowa State.

USC is a bigger name than Oklahoma, so the Trojans will likely keep the service in sixth place if they beat Arizona. However, the difference would be very close if Bukis beat 16th seed Baylor in Waco. Style points are important here. Tennessee is out of business at No. 8, but could drop to No. 9 if Pennsylvania opens the door off Northwestern. Ole Miss may have done enough to break into the top ten…

The Rebels could be in the top 10, but the Wildcats will find themselves in teens now.

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