SEC Power Poll Ballot, Week 3

This week provides a lot of movement in the back of the SEC. Vanderbilt annihilated Ole Miss to an embarrassing 30-7 loss, while Florida ran all over Tennessee’s defense. LSU and Miss St also had a defensive battle on Thursday with LSU coming out strong.

Here are our 3rd week’s ballot.  Please let us know what you think by leaving a comment.

Week:   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  




1. LSU Tigers

LSU defense proves why it is one of best in nation. Jarrett Lee plays perfect role of field commander to help LSU defeat MSU in first great SEC game of year.

Last Week:  LSU 19 Miss St. 6

2. Alabama Crimson Tide

Relaxing weekend for Alabama after destroying Penn St.

Last Week: Alabama 41 North Texas 0

3. Arkansas Razorbacks

Arkansas goes 3-0 in consecutive seasons for the first time in 22 years.

Last Week: Arkansas 38 Troy 28


4. Florida Gators

Rainey makes a statement against rising Tennessee. Ready to see USC/UF game.

 Last Week:  Florida 33 Tennessee 23


5. South Carolina Gamecocks

USC defense struggles against the rushing attack of Navy. Lattimore single-handedly decides South Carolina’s game. He leads the nation in rushing yards.

Last Week: South Carolina 24 Navy 21

6. Auburn Tigers

Auburn’s offense struggled to make an impact against Clemson’s speedy DBs.

Last Week: Auburn 24 Clemson 38

7. Mississippi State Bulldogs

Miss St. drops its second straight SEC matchup in two weeks.

Last Week: Mississippi St. 6 LSU 19


8. Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia hires School of Blind and Poor to beat up on.

Last Week: Georgia 59 Coastal Carolina 0

9. Tennessee Volunteers


Tennessee struggles to run the ball and stop the run. Tyler Bray still throws for 250+ in an ugly defensive loss for Tennessee.

Last Week: Tennessee 23 Florida 33


10. Vanderbilt Commodores

Vanderbilt took advantage of many, many, MANY Ole Miss mistakes. They looked good on offense too.

Last Week: Vanderbilt 30 Ole Miss 7

11. Kentucky Wildcats

Kentucky isn’t even the best in their own state, much less in SEC after losing to struggling Louisville. However, Kentucky fans know how to stay upbeat through all odds.
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Last Week: Kentucky 17 Louisville 24

NR Ole Miss Rebel Black Bear Ackbars

Ole Miss was so pathetic this weekend they aren’t even worth ranking in the SEC Power Poll.

Last Week: Ole Miss 7 Vanderbilt 30

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