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Rebels Drop to No. 7 after Loss in Death Valley

After Week 9 came to a close, the Ole Miss Rebels fell from the ranks of the unbeaten as the LSU Tigers defeated the the Rebels by 10-7 in the final seconds of the game in Death Valley and dropped four spots in the AP Poll.
Ole Miss led the entire game until the last five minutes of the fourth quarter when the Bayou Bengals hurled the ball into the endzone. The Rebels tried to answer but the Tigers intercepted the ball to end the game.
Ole Miss fell four spots in the polls to No. 7, but the top 10 is still heavily dominated by the SEC. LSU took the largest leap in the conference, bouncing up to No. 16 after the win over Ole Miss.
Here’s a look at the AP Poll:
1. Mississippi State

2. Florida State
3. Alabama
4. Auburn

5. Oregon
6. Notre Dame
7. Ole Miss

8. Michigan State
9. Georgia

10. TCU
11. Kansas State
12. Baylor
13. Ohio State
14. Arizona
15. Arizona State
16. LSU

17. Nebraska
18. Utah
19. Oklahoma
20. West Virginia
21. East Carolina
22. Clemson
23. Marshall
24. Duke
25. UCLA
Adam Brown is HottyToddy.com sports editor and can be reached at adam.brown@hottytoddy.com. Amelia Camurati is managing editor and can be reached at amelia.camurati@hottytoddy.com.

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