AP Top 25 poll: Kentucky Ranked For First Time Since 2007

Lynn Bowden Jr. #1 of the Kentucky Wildcats tries to find a hole as he carries the ball during the second half of an NCAA football game against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. (Photo by Butch Dill/Getty Images)

Kentucky is ranked in the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2007, checking in at No. 17 after knocking off a previously-ranked No. 15 Mississippi State team at home to improve to 4-0. The Wildcats broke into the rankings one spot ahead of Texas, which also made a big move up to No. 18 after beating TCU. Mississippi State held on in the top 25, down nine spots to No. 23, but TCU was not as fortunate, falling all the way out of the rankings.

There were several new arrivals at the back end of the rankings with No. 22 Duke, No. 24 Cal and No. 25 Texas Tech all making appearances.

Let’s take a look at where the new AP Top 25 stands through the first four weeks of the 2018 season.

  1. Alabama (60 first-place votes)
  2. Georgia
  3. Clemson (1)
  4. Ohio State
  5. LSU
  6. Oklahoma
  7. Stanford
  8. Notre Dame
  9. Penn State
  10. Auburn
  11. Washington
  12. West Virginia
  13. UCF
  14. Michigan
  15. Wisconsin
  16. Miami
  17. Kentucky
  18. Texas
  19. Oregon
  20. BYU
  21. Michigan State
  22. Duke
  23. Mississippi State
  24. Cal
  25. Texas Tech

Others receiving votes: Colorado, Boise State, Virginia Tech, South Florida, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Iowa, South Carolina, Florida, NC State, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Iowa, South Carolina, Florida, NC State, Syracuse, TCU, North Texas, Cincinnati, Utah, Ole Miss, Missouri, Buffalo, Maryland, San Diego State, Arizona State 

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