It’s that time of the week — SEC Week 11 Power Rankings. If you missed my previous editions of SEC Power Rankings, follow the links below:
- Ole Miss
- Mississippi State
- South Carolina
- Texas A&M
We had an absolutely wild weekend of SEC action, but not a ton changed in my SEC Power Rankings. I had Georgia as the top team in the league, and they proved me right in resounding fashion, crushing the Volunteers 27-13. In reality, the game could have been a lot worse if it weren’t for Mother Nature.
LSU moves up to #3 after beating Alabama in arguably the best game of the season. I thought about moving them up to #2, but Tennessee beat them down earlier in the year, and while I don’t think it’s representative of who LSU is today, I can’t ignore it.
Alabama only drops to #4. They have flaws, but it still took a couple of last second plays on the road to beat them. Ole Miss, on the other hand, is a fraudulent team. If Alabama shows up to play this weekend, The Rebels will lose by 3+ scores.
After that, everyone else in the SEC remains very uninspiring. You have absolutely no idea what you’re going to get on a week-to-week basis from the bottom nine teams, except for Texas A&M, who has turned into an absolute embarrassment at the bottom of the conference.
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