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Week 4 SEC Power Rankings

27 September 2015 - 08:55 AM

1. Georgia - 1, 2, and 3 are REALLY close and I think they all deserve to be Top 10. I give UGA the edge over OM and LSU because out of the three, I think they look like the most "complete" team. Chubb is Chubb, but the difference is Greyson Lambert's efficiency at QB.

2. Ole Miss - Sleepy Saturday night in Oxford. I think 'Bama offered a helping hand to the Rebels last week, so they (predictably) looked a lot more human in a game that was hard to get "up" for. Still a great squad.

3. LSU - If the season ended now, Fournette would be your Heisman winner. But I'm pumping the brakes on calling LSU the best team in the SEC until they play SOMEBODY who is at least going to challenge LF and force them to make a few plays in the air. LF is amazing, but there are better defenses in this conference than Miss. State and Auburn.

4. Alabama - A ho-hum first half vs ULM turned into a solid finish. 'Bama's defense is for real. The offense? Well, it's Jake Coker's team now. He and the WRs have to play better if the Tide has any hope in Athens. 'Bama will be a 'dog for the first time in a while.

5. Texas A&M - Aggy had received lots of love after their 3-0 start, but that love will sour this week as they were very fortunate to leave Dallas with a win. Having said that, the 'W' is all that matters, right?

6. Florida - The most surprising team in the SEC, for me. The defense is legit, and Grier looks like a true leader at QB that the Gators haven't had in a while. Gators have a game vs Ole Miss on Saturday night in the Swamp that suddenly looks very interesting...

7. Mississippi State - I saw something that summed it up best: it was a ho-hum victory for MSU vs Auburn. That not only says a lot about how Auburn has fallen, but just how far Mullen has carried MSU that a road win vs a West opponent could be called a "ho-hum" victory. Bullies are still in the thick of things.

**This is where the SEC picture gets...murky**

8. Kentucky - Towles really is underappreciated for what he does. Very nice game to get the 'Cats SEC win number 2.

9. Missouri - No team in the SEC had a schedule that screamed "Cupcake City" in the first three weeks more so than Missouri's. So color me unsurprised that they didn't get the job done in Lexington against a decent Kentucky team. With its next four games all coming against teams from the East, we will find out a lot more if Mizzou is an actual pretender this year, or an overlooked contender once again.

10. Tennessee - Aerosmith says "you've got to lose to know how to win". Butch Jones disagrees. UT keeps finding new ways to break their own hearts. The winning part, they have not figured out yet.

11. Arkansas - Unlike No. 12 and 13 on my list, this team IS 1-3 overall, but I at least saw some element of fight in the Hogs that I haven't seen with the War Eagles or Gamecocks this year. The Texas Tech loss doesn't look as bad now. The Razorbacks came within an eyelash of beating a top 15 team, and finally ran the ball like Arkansas again.

12. Auburn - Is there any doubt that they really are THIS bad at this point? I think we all thought it might be flukey at first. Not anymore...

13. South Carolina - Solid win against UCF. Doesn't change that they are 0-2 in conference and, like Auburn, lucky to not be 1-3 overall. We'll see...

14. Vanderbilt - Poor Vandy. Nice effort in Oxford, still the worst team in the conference.

TCU circus catch on 4th and goal

26 September 2015 - 06:39 PM


Week 3 SEC Power Rankings

20 September 2015 - 08:31 AM

1. Ole Miss
2. Georgia
3. LSU
4. Texas A&M
5. Alabama
6. Tennessee
7. Florida
8. Mississippi State
9. Missouri
10. Kentucky
11. Auburn
12. South Carolina
13. Arkansas
14. Vanderbilt

Week 2 SEC Power Rankings

13 September 2015 - 08:56 AM

What ya got?

1. Alabama
2. Georgia
3. Ole Miss
4. LSU
5. Texas A&M
6. Tennessee
7. Mississippi State
8. Kentucky
9. Missouri
10. Florida
11. Arkansas
12. South Carolina
13. Auburn
14. Vanderbilt

might be the best flop ever

06 September 2015 - 12:21 PM