Rebels ranked 10th in AP poll
Wide receivers Laquon Treadwell and Vince Sanders celebrate a touchdown in the Rebel win over ULL. (Photo Credit: Bentley Breland)
The Ole Miss Rebels maintained the No. 10 spot in the AP Top 25 poll released Sunday. The Rebels, who enjoyed a bye week this weekend, were also tenth in last week’s poll.
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The SEC continued its domination of college football by placing eight teams in the Top 25: Alabama (3); Auburn (5); Texas A&M (6); Ole Miss (10); Georgia (12); South Carolina (13); Mississippi State (14); LSU (17) are all included in this week’s poll, with six of these (Alabama, Auburn, A&M, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and LSU) in the SEC West.
Florida State remained the top team in the poll, with Alabama, Oregon, Auburn and Oklahoma rounding out the top five this week.
Notre Dame was ranked ninth last week, but with previously eighth ranked LSU losing to Mississippi State this weekend, the Fighting Irish moved up one spot, while the Tigers dropped to 17th.
Michigan State moved into the Top 10 at number nine, moving up two spots from last week. The one-loss Spartans jumped Ole Miss, who is undefeated on the season.