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SEC Hoops Power Poll Results: 2/27-3/5

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The biggest news this week is that Auburn retook sole possession of the cellar and there were two ties. There may be some shifts at the top next week after the East's big three square off in some of the season's biggest matchups.

1. Florida Gators 118 (9 first-place votes)

2. Vanderbilt Commodores 107

3. Kentucky Wildcats 103 (1 first-place vote)

4 (t). Alabama Crimson Tide 84

4 (t). Georgia Bulldogs 84

6. Tennessee Volunteers 73

7. Arkansas Razorbacks 51

8 (t). Mississippi St. Bulldogs 48

8 (t). Mississippi Rebels 48

10. South Carolina Gamecocks 34

11. LSU Tigers 20

12. Auburn Tigers 10

See what the voters had to say after the jump.

Alabama

Ugly loss at Ole Miss makes me doubt them.--A Sea of Blue

Arkansas

Razorbacks win two squeakers to improve chances of landing a top NIT seed.--The ACC & SEC Blog

Auburn

Might be the scrappiest team in the league right now, but record doesn't show it.--Roll Bama Roll

Florida

Showed at Rupp this weekend that they're not infallible. That doesn't mean they're still not the class of the league.--Dawg Sports

Georgia

Doing a heck of a job trying to convince the NCAA selection committee to call their number.--Leftover Hot Dog

Kentucky

Ken Pomeroy is in love, he's in love, and he doesn't care who knows it.--Rocky Top Talk

LSU

Clash of the Titans March 5: LSU vs Auburn.--The ACC & SEC Blog

Mississippi St.

Better without Renardo Sidney?  Second half of the Tennessee game says yes.--Rocky Top Talk

Ole Miss

A loss to USC.  Hurts me to say that was bad.--Leftover Hot Dog

South Carolina

I wonder what their SEC record would be if they played in the West...--Anchor of Gold

Tennessee

Did the Volunteers self imposed penalties include losing to Miss State at home?--The ACC & SEC Blog

Vanderbilt

Need to at least split this week to have a shot at second place and that precious bye.--Anchor of Gold