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SEC Power Poll Ballot: Week Thirteen

Mike Zarrilli

1. Alabama Crimson Tide

'Bama didn't look perfect against Mississippi St., but considering that this was a road game against a decent-ish team sandwiched between 'Bama's biggest games of the year, maybe they didn't do too bad.

2. Auburn Tigers

Auburn solidifies its hold on second with its win over Georgia. You may call the Miracle in Jordan-Hare luck, but it wouldn't have needed to happen for Auburn to win if the refs had gotten the call right on Murray's TD run to take the lead.

3. Missouri Tigers

If Mizzou is to make it to Atlanta, it'll have to earn it by winning on the road against a streaking Ole Miss team and then winning at home against Johnny Football.

4. South Carolina Gamecocks

The Gamecocks stayed in contention for the Eastern Division title with a tough home win over Florida.

5. Texas A&M Aggies

This weekend's game between LSU and TAMU won't effect the SECCG, but it should be fun to watch.

6. Ole Miss Rebels

The Rebels have an opportunity to both continue their road back to relevancy and to help South Carolina against Missouri this weekend.

7. LSU Tigers

Again, the LSU-TAMU game should be fun to watch. Two teams with great offenses and subpar defenses. Gonna be a lot of scoring.

8. Vanderbilt Commodores

Vandy is bowl eligible again after handling Kentucky. Can they beat Tennessee for the second-straight year?

9. Georgia Bulldogs

I'm not sure if they deserve to be this low, as this team has gotten some really tough breaks this year. Those are the breaks, though.

10. Florida Gators

Give the Gators credit for fighting valiantly against South Carolina. They nearly pulled off an improbable upset. In the end, though, it was another tough loss for the Gators.

11. Mississippi St. Bulldogs

You wonder if MSU could have given Alabama more of a game if it had had Dak Prescott available.

12. Tennessee Volunteers

The Vols need to win out to go bowling. Can they do it?

13. Arkansas Razorbacks

Arkansas could earn itself a modicum of pride with a win over Miss. St. this weekend.

14. Kentucky Wildcats

It's safe to say Mark Stoops has his work cut out for himself.