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Jason Marcum - Sea of Blue

The Kentucky Wildcats have fallen out of the latest Coaches Top 25 Poll.

The reason being is the poll now includes Big Ten teams. So with the additions of Ohio State (10), Penn State (13), Wisconsin (17), Michigan (19) and Minnesota (22), Kentucky was knocked out of the poll after initially being ranked No. 20. Kentucky did receive the most votes of any team not in the top 25.

If it makes you feel any better, Louisville also fell out after getting decimated at home by Miami.

Good times.

Auburn, who Kentucky faces this week, is ranked No. 8.

Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma/Georgia (3) and LSU round out the top five.

College Football Coaches Top 25 Poll

1 Clemson

2 Alabama

3 Oklahoma

3 Georgia

5 Louisiana State

6 Florida

7 Notre Dame

8 Auburn

9 Texas

10 Ohio State

11 Texas A&M

12 North Carolina

13 Penn State

14 Miami

15 Central Florida

16 Cincinnati

17 Wisconsin

18 Oklahoma State

19 Michigan

20 Memphis

21 Tennessee

22 Minnesota

23 Brigham Young

24 Virginia Tech

25 UL Lafayette

Others Receiving Votes: Kentucky 146; Pittsburgh 140; Army 121; Baylor 57; Louisville 53; Southern Methodist 42; West Virginia 41; Marshall 40; Iowa 39; Texas Christian 26; Virginia 24; South Carolina 22; Boston College 20; Appalachian State 12; Mississippi 10; Mississippi State 7; Arkansas St. 6; NC State 5; Nebraska 4; Georgia Tech 4; Coastal Carolina 4; Air Force 3; Louisiana Tech 2.

What are your thoughts on the newest poll? Sound off in the comments section!