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SEC Hoops Power Poll Results: Week Two

Kevin C. Cox

1 (unanimous). Florida Gators 98

2 (unanimous). Ole Miss Rebels 91

3. Missouri Tigers 82

4. Texas A&M Aggies 75

5. Kentucky Wildcats 74

6. Arkansas Razorbacks 59

7. Alabama Crimson Tide 50

8. Auburn Tigers 45

9. Tennessee Volunteers 41

10. LSU Tigers 34

11. Mississippi St. Bulldogs 31

12. South Carolina Gamecocks 29

13. Vanderbilt Commodores 18

14. Georgia Bulldogs 8


Showed some toughness late in a win over Tennessee, but the continued lack of a true post presence will be a yoke around this team's neck all season.--Alabama Basketball Blog


It's not often a 23-point victory can be considered ugly, but that description definitely applies to the win over Vandy.--Alabama Basketball Blog


As far as surprises go, Auburn starting 2-0 in conference play has to rank near or at the top. The Tigers pulled away from LSU in the last 10 minutes and gutted a tough win out at Carolina.--College and Magnolia


The Gators take the top spot for now. They could lose it or cement it depending on how this week goes.--A Sea of Blue


There are plenty of teams available for the last spot, but Georgia had the overall most disappointing week.--And the Valley Shook


Needed a huge break to win over a fairly bad Vandy team. Calipari has his work cut out for the Wildcats to be a lock to make the NCAA tourney right now.--Georgia Sports Blog


We'll find out who is king of the dipshits with LSU taking on South Carolina and Georgia this week. Put your money on LSU.--Georgia Sports Blog

Mississippi St.

State's 2-0 start may be nothing more than an indictment of the conference, but Rick Ray holding this team together is a good sign for this program in the long term.--Alabama Basketball Blog

Ole Miss

Big win over Missouri on Saturday. Not ready to crown Ole Miss SEC champs, but avoid the bad losses the conference is full of this year and the Rebels are in the NCAA Tournament.--Alabama Basketball Blog


I hate being so prophetic. Bowers missing time will make the Tigers super vulnerable. Also no driving to the rim. 6 FTA v. Ole Miss. Awful!--Rock M Nation

South Carolina

Luckily, for the Gamecocks, Georgia is on the schedule twice.--Georgia Sports Blog


It might be too early to officially write off the Vols, but it's getting close to that point.--And the Valley Shook

Texas A&M

Texas AM has now defeated both defending national champions on the road. Impressive first year for the Aggies.--And the Valley Shook


Vanderbilt probably should have beat Kentucky, but they didn't, and returned to form on Saturday losing badly to Arkansas. The 'Dores haven't beat much of anybody this season; that may not change.--College and Magnolia