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Fact: Kentucky Has a Hard Schedule

The Associated Press released the season’s first college football AP Top 25. The reigning national champions, Alabama, hold the top spot with no surprise to anyone. Kentucky will play five teams on the list.

1. Alabama (Oct. 1)
2. Clemson
3. Oklahoma
4. Florida State
5. LSU
6. Ohio State
7. Michigan
8. Stanford
9. Tennessee (Nov. 12)
10. Notre Dame
11. Ole Miss
12. Michigan State
13. TCU
14. Washington
15. Houston
16. UCLA
17. Iowa
18. Georgia (Nov. 5)
19. Louisville (Nov. 26)
20. USC
21. Oklahoma State
22. North Carolina
23. Baylor
24. Oregon
25. Florida (Sep. 10)

Other teams to receive votes include Miami, Texas A&M, Utah, Washington St., Boise St., San Diego, Wisconsin, Auburn, Pittsburgh, Arkansas, Texas, Nebraska, Navy, Northwestern, Western Kentucky, South Florida and Toledo.


Article written by Kindsey Bernhard

Lover of dogs, sports and beer. @kindseybernhard

2 Comments for Fact: Kentucky Has a Hard Schedule

  1. Luether
    11:59 pm August 21, 2016 Permalink

    Fact: Most EVERY SEC team has a hard schedule…

  2. UK Fan In Nashville
    10:29 am August 22, 2016 Permalink

    I disagree. This is a relatively easy schedule compared to most years. Only five ranked teams and two of them are very beatable in Louisville and Florida. 7 unranked opponents means we have a shot to win in 9 games this year and could be favored in as many as 6. I think our schedule is tremendously easy, and if we don’t go bowling, there is something very wrong with the coaching staff.