Tennessee - 4
Georgia - 5
Mississippi St - 7
Florida - 9
Kentucky - 14
Arkansas - 16
Ole Miss - 20
South Carolina - 21
LSU - 22
Vanderbilt - 32
Auburn - 38
Missouri - 40
Alabama - 41
Texas A&M - 47
It would be interesting to see how he came about those, by looking at each schedule thus far.
He must be using rankings at the time the games were played, rather than current rankings. Correct?
With regard to SCAR it would look like this ... road games in bold.
vs UNC (currently 5-5) @ Georgia (full strength and #11 then, unranked now)(currently 6-4)
vs Vandy (currently 6-4) @ UCF (unranked then, #17 now)(currently 8-1)
vs Kentucky (currently 2-8) @ Arkansas (currently 3-7)
@ Tennessee (currently 4-6)
@ Mizzou (#5 at the time, #8 for the time being)(currently 9-1)
vs Miss St (currently 4-6)
vs Florida (currently 4-6)
vs Coastal Carolina (#8 FCS)(currently 10-1)
vs Clemson (#7) (currently 9-1)
I think having the 21st strongest SOS is generous and it can only be because of the road games we've played against ranked teams IMHO.
Should only go up when we beat Clemson at our place, although Mizzou losing to Ole Miss and A&M will probably hurt us in the long run.
Admittedly though, we played the two weakest teams in the conference this season in Kentucky and Arkansas. And losing to Tennessee, even at their place, is almost unforgivable.