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SEC Power Rankings Week 4

  1. Alabama-The Crimson Tide looked really good Saturday dominating Southern Miss 52-12. Alabama still has issues in the secondary, with a big test next week vs Florida.
  2. Auburn- Auburn was off this week, and will travel to play at #19 Kansas State Thursday.
  3. Texas A&M- The Aggies beat Rice 38-10 Saturday.  Texas A&M will play SMU this week.
  4. Ole Miss- The Rebels  played a great all around game in their 56-15 win over Louisiana-Lafayette.  The Rebels are off next week.
  5. Georgia- Georgia lost to South Carolina 38-35 Saturday in a tough fought game. Georgia plays Troy next week.
  6. LSU- The Tigers beat UL-Monroe 31-0. They play a big game at home against Mississippi State next week.
  7. South Carolina- South Carolina looked like the team everybody thought they would, with a 38-35 win over Georgia.  South Carolina travels to Nashville next week to face Vanderbilt.
  8. Mississippi State- The Bulldogs beat South Alabama 35-3. The Bulldogs will have their chance to prove themselves next week when they travel to play at LSU.
  9. Missouri- The Tigers beat UCF 38-10 Saturday. They will host Indiana next week.
  10. Florida- The Gators had a tough one Saturday, but was able to pull out the win against Kentucky 36-30 in triple overtime. Florida will travel to Tuscaloosa to face the Crimson Tide next week.
  11. Arkansas- The Razorbacks beat Texas Tech 49-28 and looked impressive Saturday.  The Razorbacks will play at home next week vs Northern Illinois.
  12. Kentucky- Mark Stoops looks to have turned this program around, but they where unable to win Saturday as they lost 36-30 to Florida in triple overtime.  Kentucky is off next week.
  13. Tennessee- The Vols lost to Oklahoma 34-10 Saturday. They will be off next week.
  14. Vanderbilt- The Commodores struggled against UMass, but was able to score 14 points in the fourth quarter to win 34-31. It was the first win for Vandy under new coach Derek Mason. Vandy plays at home vs South Carolina next week.

 

 

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