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AP Top 25 poll: Tennessee enters top 10, Arkansas takes big tumble in college football rankings

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Tennessee entered the top 10 of Sunday’s AP Top 25 poll for just the second time since 2006, moving up to 8th after beating Florida 38-33 in SEC Week 4 at the CBS showdown. The win took the volunteers to 4-0 with a week before the bye before they travel to meet LSU on October 8. With the rise of the state of Tennessee, the SEC East now has three teams in the top 10, with Georgia retaining the top spot and Kentucky rising. one place to number 7.

The Bulldogs held onto the No. 1 spot firmly, with 55 of 63 first-place votes, while No. 2 in Alabama and No. 3 in Ohio received four first-place votes each. It wasn’t all good news for the SEC, however, as Arkansas dropped 10 spots to No. 20 after a heartbreaking 23–21 loss to Texas A&M on Saturday. After the win, the Aggies moved up six spots to 17th.

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Among the notable snubs in the poll was Kansas, who ranked first among “others who received votes”, but were eliminated even after improving to 4–0 with a 35–27 victory over Duke’s previously undefeated team. The Jayhawks also picked up road victories over Houston and West Virginia. Their companion from Sunflower State, Kansas did participate in the AP poll. The Wildcats were 25th after beating Oklahoma 41–34 on Saturday.

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Let’s check out the full list of the top 25 AP voters (first place votes in brackets):

AP Top 25 Poll

  1. Georgia (55)
  2. Alabama (4)
  3. Ohio State (4)
  4. Michigan
  5. Clemson
  6. USC
  7. Kentucky
  8. Tennessee
  9. Oklahoma
  10. state of North Carolina
  11. penn state
  12. Utah
  13. Oregon
  14. be miss
  15. Washington
  16. Baylor
  17. Texas A&M
  18. Oklahoma
  19. BYU
  20. Arkansas
  21. Minnesota
  22. Wake Forest
  23. Florida
  24. Pittsburgh
  25. Kansas State
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I also get votes: Kansas (125); Cincinnati (60); Florida (56); Washington State (31); Syracuse (22); Oregon State (16); Texas Institute of Technology (11); North Carolina (9); LSU (7); UCLA (3); Tulane (3); TCU (1)




Source: www.cbssports.com

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