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SEC Power Poll Ballot: Week Ten

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How does the SEC stack up after ten weeks of play?

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

1. Mississippi St. Bulldogs

The Bulldogs were challenged by Arkansas, but they escaped the weekend still on top of the SEC.

2. Auburn Tigers

You really have to hand it to Gus Malzahn after his offense shredded the vaunted Ole Miss defense.

3. Alabama Crimson Tide

The Tide took a week off to prepare for a big game in Baton Rouge.

4. LSU Tigers

The Tigers got the week off, too.

5. Ole Miss Rebels

The Rebels' playoff hopes are tabled after two straight losses. Can they regroup and finish strong?

6. Georgia Bulldogs

The SEC's most confounding program is up to its old tricks again in 2014. The Dawgs have largely dominated outside of two upset losses to mediocre South Carolina and Florida teams.

7. Texas A&M Aggies

The Aggies nearly experienced disaster against Louisiana-Monroe.

8. Arkansas Razorbacks

This team would probably win 8-10 games if it played in the East, but it's going to struggle to make a bowl game because of its rough Western Division schedule. They've gotta win two of three from games vs. LSU, Ole Miss, and Mizzou.

9. Missouri Tigers

The Tigers continue to ride strong defense to wins in the SEC East.

10. Florida Gators

Can Will Muschamp save his job after yesterday's win over UGA?

11. Kentucky Wildcats

A once-promising season for the 'Cats is on the brink. UK has lost three straight and may find it difficult to win another.

12. Tennessee Volunteers

Impressive comeback victory engineered by Vols QB Joshua Dobbs.

13. South Carolina Gamecocks

If the defense was mediocre, this team would likely be in the top six. As it is, it's one of the league's worst team, because the defense is historically bad.

14. Vanderbilt Commodores

The 'Dores got one last win for the season against Old Dominion. Expect for them to lose the rest of the their games.