1. Mississippi State Bulldogs
The Bulldogs had to withstand an upset bid from Kentucky in Lexington, but they ended the weekend as the SEC's only remaining undefeated team.
The Tigers fended off South Carolina's upset bid. Can other teams duplicate the Gamecocks' passing success against Auburn? Still, this team has as impressive of a resume as anyone in the nation. They're playing a tough schedule and winning their games outside the loss to Miss. St.
No team has looked better than the Tide over the past two weeks. The final score of the Tennessee game doesn't reflect how dominant 'Bama was.
Ole Miss finally had that moment everyone was expecting when QB play cost them a victory. This team still has the league's best defense, though, as well as a victory over Alabama, so I have them above Georgia.
You think Georgia fans are licking their chops at the likely opportunity to exorcise old demons with a blowout victory over Florida?
6. LSU Tigers
If this poll only represented how teams had played in the past three weeks, LSU would be higher, particularly after a season-defining victory over Ole Miss. However, this remains a two-loss team that was thoroughly embarrassed by Auburn a few weeks back.
7.Texas A&M Aggies
Got a week off to lick its wounds after losing three straight.
Arkansas had no trouble polishing off UAB.
It wasn't easy, but Mizzou survived an upset bid from Vandy. The Tigers aren't a good team but somehow keep winning games.
Kentucky gave Miss. St. all it could handle but still came up short.
A bizarre team with the conference's worst defense but one of its best offenses.
12. Florida Gators
The Gators got a week off to prepare for a Georgia game that might get ugly for Florida.
The Vols made things somewhat respectable in the second half, but in the end they still lost ugly to 'Bama.
Game upset bid in Columbia, MO, but it came up short.