Final 2014 MAC Coaches’ Polls

For the final MAC coaches’ polls for 2014, we have also included a Top 10 for the entire state. The polls are presented by the Mississippi Association of Coaches and voted on by high school football coaches.

 

Overall Top 10

1. South Panola (15-0)

2. Oak Grove (13-2)

3. Starkville (13-1)

4. Brandon (12-2)

5. Laurel (13-2

6. Oxford (13-2)

7. Noxubee County (14-2)

8. Clinton (10-3)

9. Bassfield (14-2)

10. Wayne County (11-3)

 

6A Top 10

1. South Panola (15-0)

2. Oak Grove (13-2)

3. Starkville (13-1)

4. Brandon (12-2)

5. Clinton (10-3)

6. Southaven (10-3)

7. Ocean Springs (11-2)

8. D’Iberville (9-5)

9. Warren Central (9-3)

10. Meridian (7-5)

 

5A Top 10

1. Laurel (13-2)

2. Oxford (13-2)

3. Wayne County (11-3)

4. Picayune (10-2)

5. Pearl (11-4)

6. West Point (9-5)

7. West Jones (7-4)

8. New Hope (10-3)

9. Pascagoula (9-4)

10. Germantown (10-2)

 

4A Top 10

1. Noxubee County (14-2)

2. St. Stanislaus (13-2)

3. Cleveland (12-2)

4. Greenwood (11-3)

5. Poplarville (10-3)

6. Purvis (11-3)

7. Kosciusko (11-3)

8. Lafayette (8-5)

9. Magee (9-3)

10. Yazoo County (9-4)

 

3A Top 10

1. Collins (14-2)

2. Charleston (12-3)

3. Tylertown (11-2)

4. Kemper County (11-4)

T5. West Marion (11-4)

T5. Aberdeen (10-4)

7. Louisville (9-5)

8. Philadelphia (11-2)

9. Forest (8-6)

10. Choctaw County (9-4)

 

2A Top 10

1. Bassfield (14-2)

2. East Marion (10-5)

3. Calhoun City (14-1)

4. Taylorsville (12-2)

T5. Mize (10-4)

T5. East Webster (11-3)

7. Simmons (11-2)

8. Bay Springs (8-5)

9. Eupora (10-3)

10. Baldwyn (11-2)

 

1A Top 10

1. Cathedral (14-1)

2. St. Aloysius (14-2)

3. Nanih Waiya (13-1)

4. Coffeeville (13-2)

5. Resurrection (11-2)

6. Pelahatchie (10-3)

7. Salem (7-4)

8. Lumberton (8-3)

9. Sebastopol (7-5)

10. Shaw (8-5)