There are quite a few movements since last week. The best and most accurate ranking is starting to take shape, but even some spots and the top are up for grabs.
1. Georgia (9-0)
The Bulldogs best win this season is at Auburn, and it’s not even close.
(Last week: #1, beat Missouri 43-6)
2. Alabama (8-1)
The Aggies should be higher than Alabama, but I deep down believe Texas A&M is not better than Alabama… or Auburn.
(Last week: #2, beat LSU 20-14)
3. Texas A&M (7-2)
I don’t believe this.
(Last week: #4, beat Auburn 20-3)
4. Auburn (6-3)
It was a bad day that was still a close loss on the road after their bye week.
(Last week: #3, lost at Texas A&M 20-3)
5. Ole Miss (7-2)
A 13-point over High Freeze’s team? Was this charity?
(Last week: #5, beat Liberty 27-14)
6. Arkansas (6-3)
This is a good year for Arkansas. It’s about the best they’ll ever be, but it’s good for them.
(Last week: #7, beat Mississippi State 31-28)
7. Mississippi State (5-4)
The Maroons lost a tough one to the Maroons. I don’t think they are as scary as people try to make them.
(Last week: #6, lost at Arkansas 31-28)
8. Kentucky (6-3)
It’s basketball season.
(Last week: #8, lost to Tennessee 45-42)
9. LSU (4-5)
I almost moved them up for hanging with Alabama, but that would insinuate that hanging with Alabama means you’re actually that good.
(Last week: #9, lost at Alabama 20-14)
10. Tennessee (5-4)
Beating Kentucky in a barn-burner isn’t supposed to be exciting.
(Last week: #11, beat Kentucky 45-42)
11. South Carolina (5-4)
Can you give the Gamecocks that much credit for beating a team that’s quit (and had the flu)?
(Last week: #13, beat Florida 40-17)
12. Florida (4-5)
You have quit.
(Last week #10, lost at South Carolina 40-17)
13. Missouri (4-5)
You led Georgia for a minute.
(Last week: #12, lost at Georgia 43-6)
14. Vanderbilt (2-7)
Well, the Commodores didn’t lose.
(Last week: #14, bye week)