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SEC Power Rankings Week 3

 

  1.  Georgia (1-0) Georgia was off this week, but the Bulldogs are still ranked at the top. Georgia dominated Clemson last week and looked like the a top 5 team while doing it.  Georgia travels to Colombia this week to take on South Carolina.
  2. Alabama (2-0) The Alabama defense looked like itself against Florida Atlantic beating the Owls 41-0. Trey DePriest and Eddie Jackson returned this week and both had big games. Blake Sims played very well and pretty much has wrapped up the starting job. Alabama plays at home this week against Southern Miss.
  3. Auburn (2-0) Nick Marshall had a big game for the Tigers throwing for 101 yards and running for 103 yards. The Tigers beat San Jose State 59-13.  Auburn has a bye week before they travel to play Kansas State on September 18.
  4. Texas A&M (2-0) Kenny Hill looked impressive again throwing for 253 yards with four touchdowns.  The Texas A&M offense had over 500 offensive yards, as they beat Lamar 73-3. Rice comes to town next week.
  5. LSU (2-0) Anthony Jennings threw three touchdown passes and Leonard Fournette scored his first career touchdown. LSU cruised against Sam Houston State 56-0. LSU plays at home next week against Louisiana Monroe.
  6. Ole Miss (2-0) In the only conference game of the week Ole Miss dominated Vanderbilt 41-3.  Bo Wallace looked much better in this game throwing for 320 yards, a touchdown, and no interceptions. Ole Miss plays Louisiana-Lafayette at home next week.
  7. Missouri (2-0) Maty Mauk looked impressive playing against Toledo throwing for 325 yards ,five touchdown passes , and a rushing touchdown. Missouri manhandled Toledo 49-24. Central Florida comes to town to play the Tigers next week.
  8. Tennessee (2-0) Justin Worley looked impressive Saturday completing 22 passes for 247 and two touchdowns. Tennessee beat a good Arkansas State team 34-19. Tennessee travels to Oklahoma to face the Sooners next week.
  9. Florida (1-0) The Gators had an impressive 655 yards of total offense. Florida beat Eastern Michigan 65-0. The Gators will host Kentucky next week.
  10. Mississippi State (2-0) The Bulldogs struggled against UAB on Saturday, but was able to pull it out in the second half. Dak Prescott threw for 211 yards and four touchdowns as Mississippi State won 47-34. The Bulldogs will travel to play South Alabama next week.
  11. Kentucky (2-0) Kentucky surprised many Saturday beating Ohio 20-3.  Their real test will be this weekend when they travel to Gainesville to take on Florida. The Wildcats have lost 27 straight games to the Gators.
  12. South Carolina (1-1) South Carolina struggled against East Carolina, but was able to pull out 33-23, thanks to a late interception. Mike Davis had 101 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Georgia will come to town this week.
  13. Arkansas (1-1) The Razorbacks looked impressive in their 73-7 win. The only problem is the win was against Nicholls State. The Razorbacks travel to play Texas Tech this week.
  14. Vanderbilt (0-2) Vanderbilt has been outscored 78-10 in their first two games. This is a team that won nine games a year ago. This looks to be a long season for the Commodores. Vanderbilt will host Massachusetts next week.

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