(Updated after 2014 game)
Overall, Ole Miss is 8-6-1 when ranked and playing LSU, 6-5 in Baton Rouge.
LSU is 6-2 when both teams are ranked, 5-1 at home.
I just use the AP ranking since that’s what my references used.
Ranked Ole Miss teams vs. LSU (since 1950)
|Season||OM rank||LSU rank||Location||Result|
|1953||18||NR||Baton Rouge||Ole Miss, 27-16|
|1954||12||NR||Baton Rouge||Ole Miss, 21-6|
|1957||14||NR||Oxford||Ole Miss, 14-12|
|1958||6||1||Baton Rouge||LSU, 14-0|
|1959||3||1||Baton Rouge||LSU, 7-3|
|1959||3||2||New Orleans*||Ole Miss, 21-0|
|1961||2||6||Baton Rouge||LSU, 10-7|
|1962||6||4||Baton Rouge||Ole Miss, 15-7|
|1963||3||NR||Baton Rouge||Ole Miss, 37-3|
|1970||16||8||Baton Rouge||LSU, 61-17|
|1990||17||NR||Baton Rouge||Ole Miss, 19-10|
|1999||25||NR||Baton Rouge||Ole Miss, 42-23||2003||15||3||Oxford||LSU, 17-14|
|2014||3||24||Baton Rouge||LSU, 10-7|
*This was in the Sugar Bowl on January 1, 1960. It is officially the only neutral game in series history. All other games played in Louisiana are considered home games for LSU; all games played in Mississippi are considered home games for Ole Miss.