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Podcast Rebellion: Did the AP get the preseason poll and All-America teams right?

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The Associated Press released their preseason top 25 poll and 2019 All-America team and we are here to react to it!

  • Is LSU too high?
  • Are Washington and Utah too low??
  • Why is Nebraska ranked???
  • Vanderbilt has a guy that’s an All-American?!?!

Listen in as we give our takes on the first poll of 2019, who we think should be moved up, down, and out of the poll completely. We also talk about the All-America teams, who we think was snubbed, and we make some predictions on some key players for the Rebels in 2019 and who we think has an outside shot at being named an All-American this year.


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