SEC Résumé Rankings – Week 9


Here are last week’s rankings.

1. Alabama – Wow, what a great team. They are scary good. They


creamed their first ranked SEC team of the year on Saturday.

2. LSU – Well, here it is…we get to the week of the LSU/Bama game and they find themselves 1,2 on these rankings. Wins over South Carolina and Texas A&M get them here.

3. Georgia – The big mover this week. Beating Florida is a big time win and will in all likelihood land them the SEC East for the second straight year. They’ve got the next four games to become a solid to the core team that could possibly beat Alabama – they’ve got the talent but they don’t execute.

4. Florida – The Gators résumé is better than Georgia’s but you can’t deny head-to-head when both teams have the same record. This is still a solid team, but no team who commits six turnovers in a big game is ready for a national championship.

5. South Carolina – I feel for Marcus Lattimore, seems like a great kid. Their brutal October is over, and they have just three games left, only one in the SEC: UPig.

6. Mississippi State – The Dawgs still haven’t beaten anyone with a SEC win, but they still have a 7-1 record. A&M coming to Starkville next weekend is a huge game in terms of the SEC West and bowl pecking order.

7. Texas A&M – This is a really good team. Their only losses have been to Florida and LSU. But they do have two of them, and they came at home.

8. Mississippi – Good grief, Freeze. Why did you have to come in here and breathe life into this program? The Rebels are 5-3. Last four games: at UGA, vs. Vandy, at LSU, vs. MSU.

9. Vanderbilt – The ‘Dores are gaining steam and we enter the home stretch. They should get another win next week at UK.

10. Arkansas – The Hogs don’t move down any because everyone else has shown even less than them. Bowl chances: zero.

11. Missouri – Congrats on your first SEC win. Now bend over and take a few more beatings before the year is up. Next: Florida.

12. Tennessee – How in the world can UT fall down to 12? Front load the schedule and start 0-5 in conference. That said, they should be able to run the table and get back near the middle of the pack.

14. Auburn – I think Gene Chizik’s game plan this week was, ‘what can I do to ensure that I’ll be fired?’

14. Kentucky – Both of these teams were listed as 14th because they are so awful they need to get as far away from everyone else as possible.

SEC Standings


Alabama, 5-0
LSU, 3-1
Mississippi State, 3-1
Texas A&M, 3-2
Mississippi, 2-2
Arkansas, 2-3
Auburn, 0-6


Florida, 6-1
Georgia, 5-1
South Carolina, 5-2
Vanderbilt, 2-3
Missouri, 1-4
Tennessee, 0-5
Kentucky, 0-6

It definitely looks like Georgia vs. Alabama in the SEC Championship Game. But LSU will certainly have something to say about it this weekend in Baton Rouge. There is still a month of football left to play, I wish there was more. It’s hard to believe we are 2/3 through the year, it goes so fast.