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Sunday Headlines: UK in the new college football rankings (UPDATED)

Kentucky manages to stay in the top 25.

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The AP Top 25 and Coaches Top 25 polls both have the Kentucky Wildcats checking in at No. 22.


Bleacher Report has Kentucky and Cincinnati tied for the No. 22 spot.

The ESPN Power Rankings no longer include Kentucky.

ESPN’s FPI has Kentucky at No. 36.

The Kentucky Wildcats are now 4-2 following...meh.

We’re officially on to Mississippi State, who will come to Kroger Field for another Saturday night showdown. Game time is set for 7:30 pm ET on the SEC Network. It sounds like Will Levis will be healthy enough to play for this one.

Now, it’s time to start looking at where Kentucky stands in the latest college football rankings. Keep track here as we round up the latest rankings throughout the day!

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No. 3 Kentucky Defeats Akron with 4705 Team Score
University of Kentucky true freshman Sofia Ceccarello had a dazzling start to her collegiate career, finishing as the top aggregate performer, leading the No. 3 Wildcats to a season-opening victory at Akron on Saturday.

No. 3 Men’s Soccer Returns to The Bell to Host Georgia Southern
The No. 3 Kentucky men’s soccer team will return to Lexington to host Georgia Southern for a 7:00 p.m. ET Sunday match at The Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex. The Wildcats are coming off a two-game road stand at RV Georgia State and James Madison University which added the first two conference victories of the 2022 campaign.

No. 13 Cats Fall to South Carolinas
Chris Rodriguez Jr. went over 100 yards for the 16th time in his UK career. He also moved past Mark Higgs and into fifth place on UK’s career rushing list in the game.

Kentucky Looks for Road Result at South Carolina
The Wildcats face the Gamecocks at 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Kentucky remains in search of its first points in the SEC, having lost to Auburn, 3-1, this past Thursday.

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