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SEC Power Poll Ballot: Week Six

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There's a shakeup in the polls this week.

Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

1. Mississippi St. Bulldogs

This team probably has the best resume in the country after crushing both LSU and Texas A&M.

2. Ole Miss Rebels

One of the best finishes to a game I've seen in a long time.

3. Auburn Tigers

The Tigers have a good claim to be higher after dismantling LSU last night, but I put them behind MSU because the Bulldogs have two great victories and behind Ole Miss because Ole Miss took down an unquestionably strong 'Bama team.

4. Alabama Crimson Tide

This remains the most talented team in the league, and I suspect they'll start to climb back up the rankings over the coming weeks.

5. Texas A&M Aggies

The Aggies were exposed on both offense and defense by a talented Mississippi St. squad.

6. Georgia Bulldogs

The Dawgs made short work of an overmatched Vandy team.

7. LSU Tigers

It's looking like a down year for a rebuilding LSU program after convincing defeats to Miss. St. and Auburn.

8. Arkansas Razorbacks

The Hogs took the week off to regroup as they head into the meat of their schedule.

9. Missouri Tigers

The Tigers had the week off, too.

10. Kentucky Wildcats

Given the current state of the East, the 'Cats are just as much contenders as anyone.

11. South Carolina Gamecocks

Well, folks, it's been a long time since South Carolina beat Georgia. This team is seriously struggling and is the most disappointing team in the league.

12. Florida Gators

The Gators played poorly in Knoxville but still escaped with a win. Can Treon Harris help this team get its act together after leading the comeback effort?

13. Tennessee Volunteers

The Gators basically offered Tennessee a victory on a silver platter, and the Vols refused to take it.

14. Vanderbilt Commodores

The Commodores continue to struggle after losing big to UGA.