College Football News’ SEC Power Rankings have Kentucky at No. 5 in the league.
Saturday Down South’s SEC rankings have the Cats at No. 7.
The first batch is out.
- The Coaches Top 25 Poll has Kentucky up to No. 13.
- The ESPN Power Rankings bumped the Wildcats down to No. 12.
- Bill Connelly’s SP+ formula has Kentucky at No. 15.
- ESPN FPI has Kentucky up to No. 24.
- Vegas Insider has the Cats at No. 14.
Up next for the Wildcats, they’ll be back in the friendly confines of Kroger Field when the South Carolina Gamecocks come to town next Saturday. They’re coming off a 50-10 win over South Carolina State. Because they played Thursday, the Gamecocks will have two extra days of rest before facing Kentucky.
Now for some Week 6 rankings. Be sure to check back here throughout the day to see where UK stands in the latest top 25 polls and power rankings.
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Barion Brown set new @UKFootball records today for most kickoff return yards (164) and most all-purpose yards (245) by a freshman in a single game— Corey Price (@coreyp08) October 2, 2022
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