clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

SEC Power Poll Ballot: Week 11

New, 5 comments

Alabama solidified their #1 ranking and the Gamecocks dropped a spot

Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports

1. Alabama -Had a convincing victory over another good SEC West team for the second week in a row.

2. Florida -Dominated Carolina for most of the game and held off a comeback attempt to sweep the SEC East.

3. Ole Miss -Moved up after a bye because not playing means not losing!

4. Arkansas -November Arkansas is apparently a very different team from September Arkansas.

5. LSU -Remember two weeks ago when the Tigers were a playoff contender?

6. Mississippi State -The Bulldogs are a good team, but Alabama was just too much for them.

7. Tennessee -The Vols shut out North Texas and got their 6th win with two weeks to spare.

8. Texas A&M -The Aggies let Western Carolina hang around in the first half but took care of them easily in the second.

9. Georgia -The Bulldogs aren't having a great season but will still probably win 9 games. Football just isn't fair.

10. Auburn -Lost a close one to the Bulldogs but should still be able to get bowl eligible against Idaho next week.

11. Kentucky -Will be looking to snap a five-game losing streak against Charlotte next week

12. Vanderbilt -The Commodores got their second SEC win of the season against a Kentucky team that's having a very disappointing finish to their season.

13. South Carolina -Tell me if you've heard this one before: the Gamecocks player poorly early in the game, rallied late, and lost on a frustrating failure of a play with just minutes left.

14. Missouri -The Tigers managed a win over BYU after a tumultuous, emotional week.