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SEC Power Poll Ballot: Week 10

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There's a new #1 team this week

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1. Alabama -The Tide flexed their muscles and overpowered LSU to take control of the West.

2. LSU -The Tigers suffered their first loss of the year at the hands of Alabama and, perhaps more alarmingly, discovered that it is possible for Fournette to be stopped.

3. Florida -Clinched the SEC East with an ugly, close win over Vanderbilt. But to be fair, it often feels like that's the only kind of win against Vanderbilt that there is.

4. Mississippi State -For the most part the Bulldogs have looked good against the bottom half of the conference this season and they handled Missouri well in the second half.

5. Ole Miss -Lost one of the most exciting games of the year to Arkansas

6. Tennessee -The Vols nearly blew a big lead again, but a fumble thwarted Carolina's comeback and brought Tennessee one step closer to finishing the year on a winning streak.

7. Texas A&M -The Aggies were soundly beaten by Auburn and learned that Kyler Murray's first start was not necessarily indicative of future performance.

8. Georgia -This week the Bulldogs were on the good side of 27-3 final score.

9. Arkansas -The Hogs won a game in which they faced 4th and 25 in OT and a failed two-point conversion on the touchdown they scored after that.

10. Auburn -The Tigers got a really solid SEC win over Texas A&M and probably have a good shot at beating Georgia next week.

11. Kentucky -Dropped their fourth conference game in a row. Just because they're not one of the worst teams in the East doesn't mean the Wildcats are good.

12. South Carolina -The Gamecocks once again looked better than they have for most of the season and still lost a heartbreaker on the road.

13. Vanderbilt -The Commodores put up a good fight in the Swamp but they couldn't do enough to upset the Gators.

14. Missouri -The Tigers kept it close in the first half, but a strong third quarter by Mississippi State was too much for them to overcome.