Kentucky Football’s 2020 season didn’t get off to the start many had hoped and they’ve been bumped from the rankings as a result.
After entering the weekend as the nation’s No. 23 ranked team according to the AP Top 25 Poll, the Wildcats have now been dropped from the rankings after losing to the Auburn Tigers on Saturday, 29-13. However, Kentucky still received four votes to make the poll, the same number as the Louisville Cardinals. Auburn moves up one spot from No. 8 to No. 7.
Updated AP Poll is out! @SEC in the Top 25 ??
13) Texas A&M
16) Mississippi State
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) September 27, 2020
Kentucky didn’t see its name listed when the Coaches Poll came out earlier on Sunday, either, although they were not ranked before the Auburn game. Even though the ‘Cats fell out of the AP Poll, eight SEC teams still make up the rest of the Top 25.
On to Week 2.