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Alabama remains No. 1 in the latest SEC Power rankings from ESPN.


1. Alabama: Well, the only real question left for Alabama is what can't the Tide do? In back-to-back road games against ranked SEC opponents, Alabama has scored 49 points twice and averaged 555.5 yards. While the defense gave up 400 passing yards to Arkansas, that unit smothered Tennessee, allowing just 163 total yards and 10 points. Here's a fun fact: Alabama has more non-offensive touchdowns (11) than South Carolina has total touchdowns. -- Edward Aschoff
Complete Power Rankings:
1. Alabama
2. Texas A&M
3. Arkansas
4. Tennessee
5. Florida
6. Ole Miss
7. Auburn
8. LSU
9. Georgia
10. Kentucky
11. Vanderbilt
12. Missouri
13. Mississippi State
14. South Carolina
Filed Under: SEC Football


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Cheese Grits88 months
Missouri has not won an SEC game yet and is in 12th place according to ESPN, impressive!
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Campaign88 months
Auburn is so overrated
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auzach9188 months
ESPN still thinks ole miss is good lol
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jsmoove88 months
MSU behind Vandy, Missouri, and Kentucky. That's cute, ESPN.
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Laman197888 months
South Alabama and BYU probably justify that.
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