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SEC Hoops Power Poll Results: 2/6-2/12


The big winners this week are Florida (duh), Alabama, and Ole Miss. Arkansas drops a good bit. Otherwise things are staying steady.

1. Florida Gators 117 (8 first-place votes)

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

3. Alabama Crimson Tide 99 (1 first-place vote)

4. Vanderbilt Commodores 87

5. Tennessee Volunteers 85

6. Georgia Bulldogs 79

7. Mississippi Rebels 56

8. South Carolina Gamecocks 48

9. Arkansas Razorbacks 40

10. Mississippi St. Bulldogs 36

11. LSU Tigers 18

12. Auburn Tigers 12

See what the voters had to say after the jump.


They've got everyone's attention. Now, can they win with all the pressure of SEC title and NCAA tourney talk?--Roll Bama Roll


John Pelphrey needs to understand that when you post a big road victory, you don't follow it up with two home losses.--Alabama Basketball Blog


You have to admire how hard this team continues to play despite how their season has progressed.--Alabama Basketball Blog


Gators took a chomp out of "Big Blue Nation" and proved to be the best SEC team.--Leftover Hot Dog


Just win, baby.  Thankfully for the Dawgs, RPI and standings don't measure ugly wins.--A Bulldog in Exile


Their SEC wins are Auburn, LSU, Carolina, and a split with Georgia.  Huge game with the Vols this week.--Rocky Top Talk


An idea to get more Tiger fans to the basketball games: Les Miles as the PA announcer.--The ACC & SEC Blog

Mississippi St.

We've seen this story before, circa 2007/2008 with Mark Gottfried. The writing may be on the wall for ole' Rick.--Roll Bama Roll

Ole Miss

The Black Bears showed me something in that home win against Kentucky. They played physical and didn't spit the bit down the stretch when it counted most. They then went on the road and took care of business.--Dawg Sports

South Carolina

Maybe the most up and down team in the conference.--Alabama Basketball Blog


1-1 vs the state of AL. Better than their football team.--Alabama Basketball Blog


Kevin Stallings finally feels remorse over playing keep away with Yannick Noah's kid; finds a way to give Florida an OT win.--A Bulldog in Exile