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Ole Miss lands at No. 14 in preseason rankings

Ole Miss lands at No. 14 in preseason rankings released its preseason college football rankings for 2015 on Tuesday morning, placing Ole Miss at No. 14 out of 128 teams.

The Rebels have received similar treatment when it comes to rankings in recent weeks. Ole Miss is ranked No. 13 in the Amway Preseason Top 25 Coaches poll and No. 15 in Sports Illustrated’s Top 25 poll.

The Southeastern Conference stands out the most in the poll with three teams in the top eight and seven in the top 25. Iron Bowl mates Alabama (4) and Auburn (6) led the way for the SEC.

Georgia (8), Arkansas (21), Missouri (22), and LSU (24) were the other SEC schools mentioned inside the top 25. Mississippi State (26), Tennessee (27), Texas A&M (29), South Carolina (35), and Florida (37) cracked the top 50.

Kentucky (68) and Vanderbilt (90) received the lowest rankings out of all the SEC teams.

The college football season is set for take-off on September 3 but the Rebels will open up their season September 5 against Tennessee-Martin.

Here’s the Top 25

1.   Ohio State
2.   TCU
3.   Baylor
4.   Alabama
5.   Michigan State
6.   Auburn
7.   Oregon
8.   Georgia
9.   USC
10. Notre Dame
11.  Florida State
12.  Arizona State
13.  UCLA
14.  Ole Miss
15.  Georgia Tech
16.  Clemson
17.  Wisconsin
18.  Oklahoma
19.  Stanford
20. Boise State
21.  Arkansas
22.  Missouri
23.  Arizona
24.  LSU
25.  Louisville

Click here for the complete rankings of all 128 teams.

(Feature image credit: Bentley Breland, The Rebel Walk)

About The Author

Courtney Smith

Courtney is from Memphis and received his Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Memphis in May of 2014. He began his journalism career covering the Memphis Tigers Men's basketball team, which landed him an intern position on 730 Yahoo Sports Radio and a position with A freelance writer for the Associated Press, Courtney is also a member of The Rebel Walk team and reports regularly on Ole Miss football and basketball. Courtney, the father of a six-year old girl named Soniyah, prefers to cover NCAA basketball and football, but is happy to report on any other sport that comes his way.

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