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Kentucky received two votes in the final AP college football poll

Shortly after LSU clinched the ship in last night’s exciting Sugar Bowl, the Associated Press named its final Top 25 for the 2019 college football season. Your University of Kentucky Wildcats did not make the cut, but they did receive two votes! Thanks to those two people!

Here’s the final poll:

1. LSU (62) 15-0
2.Clemson 14-1
3. Ohio State 13-1
4. Georgia 12-2
5. Oregon 12-2
6. Florida 11-2
7. Oklahoma 12-2
8. Alabama 11-2
9. Penn State 11-2
10. Minnesota 11-2
11. Wisconsin 10-4
12. Notre Dame 11-2
13. Baylor 11-3
14. Auburn 9-4
15. Iowa 10-3
16. Utah 11-3
17. Memphis 12-2
18. Michigan 9-4
19. Appalachian State 13-1
20. Navy 11-2
21. Cincinnati 11-3
22. Air Force 11-2
23. Boise State 12-2
24. UCF 10-3
25. Texas 8-5

Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 54, Florida Atlantic 46, Washington 39, Virginia 28, USC 16, San Diego State 13, Arizona State 12, SMU 10, Tennessee 8, California 6, Kentucky 2, Louisiana 2, Kansas State 2, Louisiana Tech 2, North Dakota State 2

So, carry the four, if my math is correct, Kentucky is tied for No. 36 in the final rankings.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

8 Comments for Kentucky received two votes in the final AP college football poll

  1. Bluebloodtoo
    12:12 pm January 14, 2020 Permalink

    It was a tough year for the FB cats, but I’m very proud of how they finished. Looking forward to next year.

  2. lex cath
    12:27 pm January 14, 2020 Permalink

    How in the hell the military schools keep making the top 25 is a joke

    • runningunnin.454
      5:04 pm January 14, 2020 Permalink

      Navy was good this year, and beat Kansas State in their bowl game. Last year, Army was good, and decimated Houston 70-14. Air Force beat Washington State in the Cheez it- Bowl.
      The military academies often play the triple option, and it can be hard to deal with.
      Ever hear of Roger Staubach? He played for Navy, and won the Heisman. Navy was ranked No. 2 in the nation, and lost the championship game to Texas.

  3. UKfansNKY
    12:43 pm January 14, 2020 Permalink

    Really??? The schedule some of these top 25 play is a joke! Not deserved!

  4. 1stkatman
    1:28 pm January 14, 2020 Permalink

    The real question is, where will Michael Drennon decide to commit to in the next week or two. Mark Stoops and Big Dog should be visiting him tomorrow. Hold onto your hats folks. USC’s class sucks and they are desperate to get him. Lets see if staying near to his Ohio home factors into his decision to pick Kentucky.

  5. bbn606
    2:17 pm January 14, 2020 Permalink

    I’m betting John Clay’s vote was not one of them.

    • ukkatzfan
      4:57 pm January 14, 2020 Permalink

      Hahahahahaha. Needing a “Not John Clay” twitter. Hahahahaha

  6. bbn606
    12:40 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    I just looked at John Clay’s voting history in the AP and he has not voted anyone in the conference lower than UK’s 1 below average of the other AP voters. On the other hand he has voted Tennessee, South Carolina, and Mississippi St 2 places above the average of the other voters. Go figure.