Mississippi State finished its best regular season one spot shy of its top AP finish.The Bulldogs won 10 regular season games for the first time in program history and finished 10th in the AP Poll. Mississippi State can still move up after this weekend’s conference championship games occur.Baylor and Kansas State are both ranked ahead of MSU and play each other this weekend.MSU finished No. 9 in 1940.The Bulldogs’ No. 10 ranking in the Coaches Poll is two spots better than its previous best. MSU finished 12th in 1999. Again, Mississippi State could still move in the polls after next week’s slate of games.The Bulldogs dropped six spots in both polls after losing to Ole Miss, 31-17 on Saturday.Mississippi State had spent eight-straight weeks within the top 4, including four weeks at No. 1. It was the first time in school history MSU reached the top of the polls. The Bulldogs have been ranked for 10-straight weeks, which is the fifth longest streak in school history.Mississippi State still one more game this season after ending the year with a 10-2 record. Bowls game selections will be released on Dec. 7.At this point, the Peach Bowl and Cotton Bowl appear to be possible destinations as MSU finished with the third best record in the SEC, behind Alabama and Missouri.More information will be available as Tuesday’s College Football Rankings are released.