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Ole Miss lands at No. 11 in the AP Preseason Top 25 Poll

Ole Miss lands at No. 11 in the AP Preseason Top 25 Poll

Ole Miss continues to stay in the spotlight with top elite Division I college football programs, landing at No. 11 in the Associated Press Preseason Top 25 poll that was released early Sunday morning.

A total of six teams from the Southeastern Conference were present in the AP Top 25 with defending national champion Alabama landing at No.1, LSU at No. 5, Tennessee at No. 9, Georgia at No. 18 and Florida rounding out the poll at No. 25.

Texas A&M, Auburn and Arkansas received votes.

In the USA Today Coaches Poll, the Rebels landed at No. 12. On Sept. 5, Ole Miss will open its 2016 season against No. 4 Florida State, who received the same ranking as it did in the Coaches Poll, inside Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. Two weeks later, the Rebels will look to beat the Crimson Tide for the third consecutive season and hinder Nick Saban’s chance at his sixth national championship as head coach.

Here’s the complete Preseason AP Top 25 (first-place votes in parenthesis):

  1. Alabama (33)
  2. Clemson (16)
  3. Oklahoma (4)
  4. Florida State (5)
  5. LSU (1)
  6. Ohio State (1)
  7. Michigan (1)
  8. Stanford
  9. Tennessee
  10. Notre Dame
  11. Ole Miss
  12. Michigan State
  13. TCU
  14. Washington
  15. Houston
  16. UCLA
  17. Iowa
  18. Georgia
  19. Louisville
  20. USC
  21. Oklahoma State
  22. North Carolina
  23. Baylor
  24. Oregon
  25. Florida

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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