Week 11 SEC Power Rankings


Sep 6, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA; A SEC marker on the field during the second half between the Florida Gators and the Eastern Michigan Eagles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Florida Gators defeated the Eastern Michigan Eagles 65-0. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

One more week down, and another crazy week in the SEC. Favorites lost, Underdogs played scrappy, and chaos would ensue in some parts of the SEC. It makes for a difficult job to try to rank these teams from 1 through 14. Never fear, I gladly take that burden for you guys. If you want to check out last week’s rankings, just go here.

  1. Mississippi State Bulldogs 8-0 (Last Week 1) It wasn’t a pretty win. Games against Arkansas never are. But just like it has been all season, the Razorbacks just can’t find a way to win. And like he did against Kentucky, Prescott struggled at times, but he made some critical plays to keep his team on top.
  2. Auburn Tigers 7-1 (Last Week 2) I really wish that they hadn’t played that game at the same time as the Mississippi State game because that appeared to be a really entertaining game when I was following it on Twitter.
  3. Alabama Crimson Tide 7-1 (Last Week 3) Nick Saban must have been at home watching Arkansas slog along in Davis Wade Stadium and say, “See, I told ya!”
  4. LSU Tigers 7-2 (Last Week 4) After all the talk about LSU being down, Saturday’s match-up against the Tide is still one of the biggest in the country.
  5. Missouri Tigers 7-2 (Last Week 7) Shocked to see Missouri here? Yeah, I was too. This team feels like they should be 4-5 or 5-4 and yet, there they are in first place of the SEC East. They just need to beat Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Arkansas to get back to Atlanta. And as bad as the East is, they might only have to win one or two of those games to get back there. That’s possible. Maybe probable.
  6. Georgia Bulldogs 7-2 (Last Week 5) Georgia entered the week tied for the best odds to win the National Championship according to some odds makers. And they put up that garbage against Florida.
  7. Ole Miss Rebels  7-2 (Last Week 6) Being a Mississippi State fan, I always enjoy seeing the Rebels lose. That being said, watching the Rebels lose like they did is even hard for the most hard core Bulldog fan. The Rebels razor thin depth is becoming an issue as they are suffering some serious injuries right now. They were probably going to be favored in their last two SEC games, but with all the injuries, they might enter them both as underdogs.
  8. Texas A&M Aggies 6-3 (Last Week 9) They beat ULM. That’s about the only positive thing you can say for that game.
  9. Kentucky Wildcats 5-4 (Last Week 8) Tough loss for the Wildcats. The Wildcats need to find a win somewhere to get to a bowl. I think they will, but I’m not sure who it will be against.
  10. Florida Gators 4-3 (Last Week 13) This team is terrible, but still has an outside shot at the SEC East crown. This is the dumpster fire that is the SEC East.
  11. Tennessee Volunteers 4-5 (Last Week 10) They need two wins to get to a bowl. They might just pull it out if they can pull more miracles out of their butts like they did Saturday.
  12. Arkansas Razorbacks 4-5 (Last Week 10) I’m glad to have the Razorbacks off the schedule. They play Croom level ugly football. The Razorbacks are leading the SEC in moral victories. They are going to have to win one of these soon if they want me to truly believe that the Razorbacks are close to turning the corner.
  13. South Carolina Gamecocks 4-5 (Last Week 11) It might be time for the Ole Head Ball Coach to hang up the visor. This team is epically bad at this point.
  14. Vanderbilt Commodores. 3-6 (Last Week 14) Technically, the Commodores could get bowl eligible. Technically, I could win the lottery as well.

Some big games next week, so we will see where the SEC stands after they’re done next week.