No movement this week after a fairly uneventful slate. If you disagree with any of my rankings, let me know in the comments.
Although Auburn is ranked higher and has played better and better as the season has progressed, LSU probably poses a similarly good threat to Alabama. Should be interesting to see how the Tide finish the season out with some tough opponents after having dominated the mid- and lower tiers for weeks.
After handling Arkansas, Auburn gets an interesting test at Tennessee. The Tigers can't get caught sleeping before the showdown with UGA.
Mizzou got back to its winning ways with a thorough beatdown of Tennessee. Was the South Carolina loss a temporary aberration?
4. LSU Tigers
LSU's passing game should provide an interesting test for Alabama, which hasn't really seen anything remotely comparable this year.
The Gamecocks' defense is quickly gelling into a quality unit. If the offense gets back to how it was playing early in the year, this team could be primed to finish very well.
6. Texas A&M Aggies
Shouldn't have much trouble with Mississippi St. this weekend.
7. Ole Miss Rebels
The upcoming Arkansas-Ole Miss game just doesn't have the same charm without the Nuttster on the sidelines for the Rebels. Of course, Ole Miss fans are probably happy that Hugh Freeze has them primed to win this game, unlike Nutt in his final seasons.
The Bulldogs hung on for a season-saving win in the Cocktail Party. Could anyone have imagined pre-season that Georgia would beat South Carolina, LSU, and Florida but be unranked at this point in the season?
It'll be interesting to see if the Muschamp hot seat talk gains traction if Florida loses big to South Carolina and Florida St.
The Vols have been unable to build on their win over South Carolina, getting crushed the past two weeks by Alabama and Mizzou.
After having had a week off, can Vandy make things interesting against the Gators?
Is Dan Mullen in the Glen Mason Zone?
Rough first year for Bielema.
The 'Cats got back in the win column with a game against a cupcake.