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Rebels Rise in Rankings, Reach No. 14 in AP Poll

After trouncing Vanderbilt 41-3 Saturday afternoon in Nashville, the Rebels took another step up in the AP Poll.
Ole Miss moved up one spot to No. 14 Sunday thanks to an impressive performance by senior quarterback Bo Wallace and the Rebel defense. The Rebels also benefited from losses by two teams ranked ahead of them last week in Ohio State and Stanford.
Ole Miss is one of eight SEC teams ranked in the poll, but it sits behind five top-10 teams from the conference in Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Texas A&M and LSU — but not too far behind.
Here’s a full rundown of this week’s AP Top 25 poll:
1. Florida State
2. Oregon
3. Alabama

4. Oklahoma
5. Auburn

6. Georgia

7. Texas A&M

8. Baylor
9. Southern Cal
10. LSU

11. Notre Dame
12. UCLA
13. Michigan State
14. Ole Miss

15. Stanford
16. Arizona State
17. Virginia Tech
18. Wisconsin
19. Kansas State
20. Missouri

21. Louisville
22. Ohio State
23. Clemson
24. South Carolina

25. BYU
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