The Kentucky Wildcats are going to have to wait another week if they want to find themselves in the top-ten.
The latest AP Poll has been released, and the Cats found themselves back up to No. 12 in the nation, a two-spot jump from last week.
It’s the highest Kentucky has been in the polls since they found themselves ranked No. 8 in October of 2007.
The only SEC teams ranked ahead of Kentucky? Alabama (No. 1), LSU (No. 4), Georgia (No. 7), and Florida (No. 9).
Check out the entire AP Poll here:
In the Coaches Poll, the Cats moved up to No. 14 in the nation, a three-spot jump from the week eight rankings.
You can find those here:
With a victory against Missouri on the road next weekend, the Cats would almost certainly make a jump into the top-ten, setting up a battle for a spot in the SEC Championship against Georgia on November 3.