Media has no respect for Arkansas as Hogs get zero AP Poll votes

After being shutout of the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll earlier Sunday, the Arkansas football team suffered another blow via the media that afternoon.

The Razorbacks received zero votes in the AP Poll on Sunday after suffering a 21-19 defeat at the hands of now-No. 19 Liberty. The Flames used a goal-line stand with 1:11 left to hold on to the win and subsequently jumped four spots in the poll.

Arkansas was only barely receiving votes entering the game. Now the Razorbacks face new No. 7 LSU after the Tigers knocked off No. 10 Alabama. LSU jumped eight spots while Alabama fell four.

Ole Miss visits Fayetteville in Week 12. The Rebels were off Saturday and held tight at No. 11.

Georgia picked up 62 of the 63 possible first-place votes after beating Tennessee. The Volunteers fell to No. 5.

No other SEC teams were ranked, though Kentucky was a de facto No. 27, while Mississippi State picked up eight points worth of votes and South Carolina had six.


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Story originally appeared on Razorbacks Wire