Rebels rise in AP Top 25 Poll
OXFORD, Miss. — Down goes Bama.
Alabama’s 41-38 loss to unranked-Texas A&M dropped the Crimson Tide to No. 5 in this week’s Associated Press poll. Fellow Southeastern Conference brother Georgia took over the top spot after easily beating Auburn.
Ole Miss rose four spots to No. 13 after knocking off then-No. 13 Arkansas as the Hogs fell to No. 17.
The Aggies’ upset put them in the poll after being unranked last week. Now A&M checks in at No. 21.
Just like last week, seven Southeastern Conference teams are represented in the poll. As Texas A&M rejoined the rankings, Auburn fell out.
Here are the league teams in the poll: Georgia (1), Alabama (5), Kentucky (11), Ole Miss (13), A&M (18), Arkansas (19), and Florida (20).
Auburn and Mississippi State also received votes. Future SEC member Oklahoma is ranked No. 4 and Texas sits at No. 25.
Here are the complete rankings:
- Ohio State
- Penn State
- Michigan State
- Oklahoma State
- Ole Miss
- Notre Dame
- Coastal Carolina
- Wake Forest
- Arizona State
- North Carolina State
- San Diego State