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Ranking the SEC After Week 7

This week was kinda wild, wasn’t it? Trash, mustard, golf balls, Arkansas and Kentucky thinking they were gonna do something. Weird stuff, man.


1. Georgia (7-0)

The Dawgs did what they were supposed to do against a pretender Kentucky.

(Last week: #1, beat Kentucky 30-13)

2. Alabama (6-1)

What a bounce back after an embarrassing loss at Texas A&M. It takes a lot to beat Mississippi State in Starkville. Everybody knows that.

(Last week: #2, beat Mississippi State 49-9)

3. Auburn (5-2)

Auburn is one of the best three teams in the SEC. They looked like it.

(Last week: #3, beat Arkansas 38-23)

4. Ole Miss (5-1)

The Rebels are moving up because other teams lost. A 5-point win at Tennessee isn’t that impressive.

(Last week: #6, beat Tennessee 31-26)

5. Texas A&M (5-2)

A week after catching lightning in a bottle, the Aggies didn’t do what they were supposed to do against Missouri. They looked like the Texas A&M we’ve seen all year.

(Last week: #5, beat Missouri 35-14)

6. Kentucky (6-1)

Kentucky is not that good.

(Last week: #4, lost at Georgia 30-13)

7. Arkansas (4-3)

The Razorbacks have been exposed. Auburn finished the exposing. They aren’t terrible, they just aren’t very good.

(Last week: #7, lost to Auburn 38-23)

8. LSU (4-3)

Of course LSU plays well the week that it was pretty much known that Ed Orgeron was getting canned at the end of the season. That’s how college football works.

(Last week: #9, beat Florida 49-42)

9. Florida (4-3)

Dan Mullen is on the hot seat.

(Last week #8, lost at LSU 49-42)

10. Mississippi State (3-3)

The Maroons thought they had a chance against Alabama. They didn’t because they are Mississippi State.

(Last week: #10, lost to Alabama 49-9)

11. Tennessee (4-3)

Why did we think Tennessee was good? Because they blew out two teams at the bottom of the SEC?

(Last week: #11, lost to Ole Miss 31-26)

12. Missouri (3-4)

I’m not sure if Missouri only losing by 21 to Texas A&M is good for them or because what we saw of Texas A&M against Alabama was an anomaly. I think it’s a little of both.

(Last week: #13, lost to Texas A&M 35-14)

13. South Carolina (4-3)

You had to do special things to beat Vandy by one point? You best be glad Vandy has to take the bottom spot.

(Last week: #12, beat Vanderbilt 21-20)

14. Vanderbilt (2-5)

They have the least amount of wins and the most amount of losses in the conference. Therefore they are the worst team in the conference.

(Last week: #14, lost at South Carolina 21-20)

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