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Kentucky stays at No. 12 in the Coaches Poll


The Coaches Poll was pretty kind to the Kentucky Wildcats in their latest updated rankings for week 11.

Despite falling to the Georgia Bulldogs by two scores on Saturday night, the Cats didn’t lose any ground in the rankings, once again coming in ranked No. 12 overall.

Alabama (No. 1), Georgia (No. 5), and LSU (No. 10) are the only SEC schools ranked ahead of Kentucky, while Mississippi State (No. 15) and Florida (No. 21) round out the rest of the conference.

Here is the entire list:

1. Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Notre Dame

4. Michigan

5. UGA

6. OU

7. Ohio State

8. WVU

9. Washington State.

10. LSU

11. UCF

12. Kentucky

13. Syracuse

14. Boston College

15. Mississippi State

16. Utah State

17. Fresno State

18. Washington

19. Texas

20. Penn State

21. UF

22. NC State

23. Cincinnati

24. Utah

25. Iowa State

Kentucky found themselves just outside the top-ten in the AP last week, sitting at No. 11 in their rankings. The College Football Playoff rankings had the Cats at No. 9, the highest of all major polls.

The AP Poll will drop around 2:00 p.m., followed by the official line for Kentucky’s matchup with Tennessee next weekend set to come out later this afternoon. The College Football Playoff rankings will be released on Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. ET.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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8 responses to “Kentucky stays at No. 12 in the Coaches Poll”

  1. T-wah

    More than fair. I thought for sure we’d drop at least a couple of spots. It’s imperative that we lick our wounds, regroup, and get a win at UT on Saturday. Probably the toughest of our 3 remaining regular season games.

  2. UKfanman01

    Washington St and UCF are not better than the Cats

    1. uk27ncaa

      UCF has played no one. Top 25 maybe, but not top 15.

    2. jaws2

      They’ve only played ONE TEAM with a .500 record!
      OOOOONNNNEEE!!!

  3. RAGE

    They have better records… after our loss I am fine with us being below them now

  4. maximumscott

    Hopefully, Gran will see the value in Tempo offense. Terry is much better in that scenario. Benny cant be our main focal point anymore. However, if we can get some offense going, then Benny will start getting those good runs.

    1. satcheluk

      I’m ok with less tempo with a team we can bully and more when we can’t. Being flexing as its advantages.

  5. murphy60

    Let’s look at facts. No stoops will not send gran packing, but if this becomes the normal, what was once a great love affair with stoops and the fans will end quick. Plus Eddie will be costing stoops money, and money can end a romance