Gators check in at No. 25 in AP top 25 poll
On the heels of a 28-27 win against Tennessee, the Florida Gators returned to the Associated Press Top 25 for the first time in nearly two years.
The Gators' ranking sets the stage for an SEC showdown of ranked, unbeaten teams when No. 3 Ole Miss (4-0, 2-0) visits the Swamp at 7 Saturday night on ESPN.
How long the Gators can sticks in the polls is the question now.
Besides facing Ole Miss, the Gators have remaining games Oct. 17 at No. LSU, Oct. 31 against No. 8 Georgia in Jacksonville and Nov. 28 at home against No. 11 Florida State.
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