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Ole Miss and Mississippi State Tied for Third in the Associated Press Poll, Ole Miss up to Fourth in the Coaches

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Mississippi's as powerful as it has ever been in the college football landscape.

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After a 23-17 win over the then-No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide, the Ole Miss Rebels jumped seven spots to No. 4 in the Amway Coaches Poll. The Rebels are the SEC's second-highest ranked team, with Auburn coming in at No. 2 behind the Florida State Seminoles.

The Alabama Crimson Tide fell to No. 7 after the loss. The Rebels' upcoming opponent, the Texas A&M Aggies, are No. 14. The full Amway Coaches Poll is as follows.

UPDATE: The Associated Press poll is out and - in the oddest, funniest little twist of fate - Ole Miss is tied with Mississippi State for the No. 3 spot. Both the Rebels and the Bulldogs jumped the likes of Notre Dame and Baylor for their wins over then-top 10 teams. Here is a look at the AP, Coaches, and Sagarin polls, the last of which somehow has Oklahoma as the No. 2 team in the country.

AP Coaches Sagarin
1 Florida State Florida State Auburn
2 Auburn Auburn Oklahoma
3 Mississippi State, Ole Miss (tie) Baylor Ole Miss
4
Ole Miss Alabama
5 Baylor Notre Dame Baylor
6 Notre Dame Mississippi State Texas A&M
7 Alabama Alabama TCU
8 Michigan State Michigan State Mississippi State
9 TCU Oklahoma Notre Dame
10 Arizona Georgia Georgia
11 Oklahoma Oregon Oregon
12 Oregon TCU UCLA
13 Georgia Arizona Florida State
14 Texas A&M Texas A&M Michigan State
15 Ohio State Ohio State Stanford
16 Oklahoma State Kansas State LSU
17 Kansas State UCLA Ohio State
18 UCLA Oklahoma State Clemson
19 East Carolina East Carolina USC
20 Arizona State Arizona State Florida
21 Nebraska Nebraska Kansas State
22 Georgia Tech Stanford Arkansas
23 Missouri Georgia Tech Nebraska
24 Utah Missouri Wisconsin
25 Stanford Clemson Louisvlle
For a composite Top 25 college football ranking, visit SBNation.com