East Mississippi Starts Season #1

Seattle, Wash. -- Defending JCFootball.com / JC Grid-Wire national champions, East Mississippi, begin the 2014 campaign at #1. Buddy Stevens' teams have been dominant in a tough conference. The team they beat in last year's title tilt, Georgia Military, is ranked third behind Mt. San Antonio. See the rest of the Top 25.

Rank, School, 2013 Record, 2013 Final Ranking

  1. East Mississippi, (12-0) 1
    • At SW Miss. (Aug. 28)
  2. Mt. San Antonio, (9-2) 6
    • At Canyons (Sept. 6)
  3. Georgia Military, (8-1) 5
    • At Navarro (Aug. 23)
  4. Riverside, (10-2) 4
    • Hosts Bakersfield (Sept. 6)
  5. Trinity Valley, (9-2) 9
    • Hosts Tyler (Aug. 30)
  6. Navarro, (8-3) 16
    • Hosts Georgia Military (Aug. 23)
  7. Copiah-Lincoln, (7-2) 13
    • Hosts Itawamba (Aug. 28)
  8. Fullerton, (12-1) 3
    • Hosts Ventura (Sept. 6)
  9. San Mateo, (10-1) 11
    • Hosts Siskiyous (Sept. 6)
  10. Iowa Western, (11-1) 12
    • Hosts Coffeyville (Aug. 30)
  11. Butte, (12-0) 2
    • Hosts Chabot (Sept. 6)
  12. Butler, (9-2) 14
    • Hosts Independence (Aug. 28)
  13. City College of San Francisco, (8-3) 17
    • Hosts Sierra (Sept. 6)
  14. Mississippi Gulf Coast, (8-2) 10
    • NE Miss. (Aug. 28)
  15. Scottsdale, (10-1) 8
    • Hosts Arizona Western (Aug. 30)
  16. Jones Co., (9-2) 7
    • At NW Miss. (Aug. 28)
  17. Mesa CC (Ariz.) (8-3) 21
    • Hosts Snow (Aug. 23)
  18. Tyler, (8-2) 19
    • At Trinity Valley (Aug. 30)
  19. ASA, (6-1) 22
    • At Erie (Sept. 6)
  20. American River, (8-3) 25
    • Hosts Modesto (Sept. 6)
  21. Hutchinson, (8-4) NR
    • Hosts Bethany College JV (Aug. 28)
  22. Arizona Western, (2-10) NR
    • Hosts New Mexico Military (Aug. 23)
  23. Itawamba, (6-4) NR
    • At Copiah-Lincoln (Aug. 28)
  24. Snow, (5-6) NR
    • At Mesa (Aug. 23)
  25. Fresno, (7-4) 23
    • Hosts De Anza (Sept. 6)

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