SEC Power Rankings

Rank, Team, Last Week

1 Alabama 1 … Still a dominant team.

2 Georgia 4 … Peaking right now.

3 Texas A&M 3 … 10 points from beging 12-0 in first SEC season.

4 Florida 5 … Impressive against Florida State, but lackluster offensively for three weeks prior.

5 LSU 2 … Winning but with stretches of uninspired play.

6 South Carolina 6 … Spurrier will jab Clemson for another year.

7 Vanderbilt 7 … How long will James Franklin stay?

8 Ole Miss 9 … Student celebration was worth $5,000 fine from SEC.

9 MSU 8 … Bulldogs struggled to finish line after 7-0 start.

10 Missouri 10 … Pinkel says no staff changes after 5-7, 2-6 SEC debut.

11 Arkansas 11 … Conservative coaching didn’t help upset bid against LSU.

12 Tennessee 12 … After coming close many times in 2012, Vols enjoy a win … against Kentucky.

13 Auburn 13 … Alabama made job easier for Auburn decision-makers.

14 Kentucky 14 … Assistants say Joker had team on right path.

Denham Springs, La., native, Mississippian since 1989 with a stop in Meridian before arriving in Tupelo. Daily Journal beat writer since 1996, covering Ole Miss since 2002. Proud Northeast Louisiana alum. Follow me on Twitter @parrishalford and listen to John Davis and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jimmyw.barbee Jimmy W Barbee

    Sorry, PA< but I Still disagree, I think the Gators are third and A&M 4th. Texas a&M maybe 10 points from beging 12-0 in first SEC season, yet they were beaten on their home field by the Gator, who gave that Freshmam QB JM a bad day. The Gators look good on Saturday when beating FSU the Nations # 1 rush defense.

  • Archaeo

    Could also say that A&M was 7 points from being 8-4. Should be a tie for 3rd between Florida and A&M and not a solid 3 – 4.

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