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KENTUCKY ENTERS COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2007

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After their stunning upset of previously ranked number 15 Mississippi State, the Kentucky Wildcats enter the top 25 poll for the first time since 2007. Alabama, Georgia, Clemson and Ohio State remain in the top four spots in the latest poll.

AP Top 25 poll

1. Alabama (4-0)

2. Georgia (4-0)

3. Clemson (4-0)

4. Ohio State (4-0)

5. LSU (4-0)

6. Oklahoma (4-0)

7. Stanford (4-0)

8. Notre Dame (4-0)

9. Penn State (4-0)

10. Auburn (3-1)

11. Washington (3-1)

12. West Virginia (3-0)

13. UCF (3-0)

14. Michigan (3-1)

15. Wisconsin (3-1)

16. Miami (3-1)

17. Kentucky (4-0)

18. Texas (3-1)

19. Oregon (3-1)

20. BYU (3-1)

21. Michigan State (2-1)

22. Duke (4-0)

23. Mississippi State (3-1)

24. California (3-0)

25. Texas Tech (3-1)

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