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Kentucky is taking over SB Nation’s College Football Empires Map

Kentucky’s 4-0 start resulted in the program’s first ranking since 2007, and also, a LOT of land in SB Nation’s College Football Empires Map.

After beating Mississippi State, the Cats took over the Bulldogs’ land and the territories of Kansas State and Louisiana Lafayette, whom Mississippi State beat earlier this season. Kentucky now has six territories, which is tied for the fourth most with LSU and Notre Dame. Alabama, Stanford, and Oklahoma have the most with seven each.

Here’s how the map has changed this season:

Crazily enough, Kentucky has the second most counties (189) behind Bama (241). Coming for you, Crimson Tide!

[SB Nation]

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4 Comments for Kentucky is taking over SB Nation’s College Football Empires Map



  1. ukjaybrat
    11:20 am September 24, 2018 Permalink

    i just noticed this, but why does Michigan and Michigan State have liek 2 counties each and central michigan is pretty much the rest of the state? That’s not representative of the fanbase whatsoever
    (not that i’m complaining… more land for the wildcats !)



    • RackEmWillie
      12:46 pm September 24, 2018 Permalink

      I believe it’s determined by location to that school, initially. Hence why a lot of the directional schools have more representation on the initial map.



  2. michaelb
    1:47 pm September 24, 2018 Permalink

    Yea I’m not even gonna lie , it’s confusing & I don’t understand it completely . Glad I wasn’t the only one



  3. CombatMedic_98
    2:05 pm September 24, 2018 Permalink

    BBN is everywhere!!!