Naval Academy Athletic Director J.O. (Bo) Coppedge said yesterday he would "like to see" the annual Army-Navy football game moved from Philadelphia's Veterans Stadium to neighboring John F. Kennedy Stadium, where it was held 41 times.

Coppedge also said groups representing Dallas, Memphis, Jacksonville, Baltimore and the Meadowlands had approached the academies about hosting the game.

The academies' contract with Philadelphia -- signed after the 1983 game was held at the Rose Bowl -- says the game must remain in Philadelphia eight years. After the first five years (this was the fourth), the academies may move it. But if they play elsewhere in 1989, they must play in Philadelphia in 1990, '91 and '92.

"I would like to see it moved back to the old stadium," said Coppedge, who toured JFK Stadium before Saturday's Army-Navy game along with Military Academy Athletic Director Carl Ullrich and Ronald A. Bond, the deputy commissioner of Veterans Stadium. "It has natural grass and it has a larger seating capacity {85,000 to 66,421 for Veterans Stadium}, but it's not in physical shape." . . .

Kentucky, which beat Indiana in overtime Saturday, was voted No. 1 in the Associated Press college basketball poll, replacing North Carolina, which fell to fifth after a loss to Vanderbilt.

The Wildcats (3-0) got 46 first-place votes and 1,090 points from a national panel of sportswriters and broadcasters to move up from second. Pittsburgh (2-0) jumped from fourth to second, followed by Iowa (6-0) and Arizona (5-0).

Georgetown moved from 16th to 14th . . .

Oklahoma and Miami, who play for the national title in the Orange Bowl, completed the regular season as the top two college football teams in voting by United Press International's panel of coaches. Oklahoma (11-0), which has been No. 1 for all but one week, had 741 of a possible 750 points and 41 of 50 first-place votes. Miami (11-0) had 701 points and eight first-place votes. Florida State (10-1) is No. 3, Syracuse (11-0) fourth.

Complete polls, Page E5