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SEC Hoops Power Poll Results: 2/26-3/3

1. Kentucky Wildcats 72
2. Vanderbilt Commodores 64
3. Florida Gators 62
4. Alabama Crimson Tide 52
5. Tennessee Volunteers 46
6. LSU Tigers 39
7. Mississippi St. Bulldogs 36
8. Mississippi Rebels 31
9. Arkansas Razorbacks 30
10. Georgia Bulldogs 17
11. Auburn Tigers 14
12. South Carolina Gamecocks 6

Comments after the jump.


Quite a turnaround from two weeks ago. Three straight wins and now we are looking at a solid lock for the NCAA tournament.--Georgia Sports Blog


The Hogs are hoping to end a dismal February with a win against the up and down Rebels. At least they finally won a road game.--And the Valley Shook


Just when you think this team is starting to turn a corner, they allow Arkansas to win their first road game of the season.--Alabama Basketball Blog


This team is going to wreck some brackets due to their inconsistency.--Alabama Basketball Blog


Coach Fox's inexperienced Hoop 'Dawgs continue to show flashes of potential in the midst of long stretches of "No! Not in the face!"--Dawg Sports


Far and away the best team in the SEC, with far and away the best player, Anthony Davis.--And the Valley Shook


Surprise team as they use to rank towards to bottom but now they are middle of the pack.--Leftover Hot Dog

Mississippi St.

It's weird, but the 5 game losing streak that the Bulldogs are on might signify that the best team in the state plays in Conference USA.--And the Valley Shook

Ole Miss

An NIT bid is still a possibility, but Ole Miss basketball fans have to be tired of settling for the NIT.--Alabama Basketball Blog

South Carolina

Yay! It is baseball season!--Georgia Sports Blog


The Vols have given themselves a legitimate chance at going to the postseason with a scorching hot February. They will probably need 2 more wins for the NIT, but I think they can make it.--And the Valley Shook


Probably could put them 3rd, but until Florida shows improvement in their new line up, Vandy is better.--Georgia Sports Blog