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Despite Rebel Win, Ole Miss Drops to No. 11

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Photo by Amelia Camurati

Ole Miss pulled out a 24-3 win over the Memphis Tigers Saturday night in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, but the Rebels dropped one spot in the AP Poll to No. 11.
Michigan State moved into the No. 10 spot, and Mississippi State sits one slot below the Rebels one week after their upset win over LSU.
The Rebels will host ESPN’s College GameDay for the first time since the show’s inception in 1987 when No. 3 Alabama comes to Oxford on Saturday.
Ole Miss is one of eight teams ranked in the poll, most of which are in the West, and the Rebels have five of their seven remaining games this season against Top 25 opponents, all in their conference.
This week’s AP Poll
1. Florida State
2. Oregon
3. Alabama
4. Oklahoma
5. Auburn
6. Texas A&M
7. Baylor
8. UCLA
9. Notre Dame
10. Michigan State
11. Ole Miss
12. Mississippi State
13. Georgia
14. Stanford
15. LSU
16. USC
17. Wisconsin
18. BYU
19. Nebraska
20. Ohio State
21. Oklahoma State
22. East Carolina
23. Kansas State
24. Missouri
25. TCU
Amelia Camurati is managing editor of HottyToddy.com and can be reached at amelia.camurati@hottytoddy.com.
 

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