Mizzou makes big jump in AP poll to number 14

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Wide receivers Bud Sasser and L'Damian Washington celebrate a touchdown against the University of Georgia. (Courtesy: ESPN)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Tigers jumped from 25th to 14th in the latest Associated Press college football poll. The rise comes in the wake of the Missouri’s 41-26 win over Georgia on Saturday, where Missouri ran it’s record to an unbeaten 6-0.

Missouri is one of eight Southeastern Conference teams to be ranked in the top 25 this week, setting a record for the most schools from one conference to be ranked. The previous record was seven schools, which had been reached many times by the SEC and also by the Atlantic Coast Conference and Big Ten.

1. Alabama (55)
2. Oregon (5)
3. Clemson
4. Ohio State
5. Florida State
6. LSU
7. Texas A&M
8. Louisville
10. Miami, Fla.
11. South Carolina
12. Baylor
13. Stanford
14. Missouri
15. Georgia
16. Texas Tech
17. Fresno State
18. Oklahoma
19. Virginia Tech
20. Washington
21. Oklahoma State
22. Florida
23. Northern Illinois
24. Auburn
25. Wisconsin

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