SEC Power Poll Ballot, Week 7

This week, the SEC has finally settled into place. South Carolina/UGA are still struggling to see who will be #1 in the SEC East this season while the West keeps dominating opponents.

Here are our 7th week’s ballot.  Please let us know what you think by leaving a comment.

Week:   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11  


1. Alabama Crimson Tide

Rolling, rolling, rolling……November 5th can’t get here soon enough.

Last Week:  Alabama 52 Ole Miss 7


2. LSU Tigers

LSU curb-stomps Tennessee. Next up? Auburn in Death Valley

Last Week: LSU 38 Tennessee 7


3. Arkansas Razorbacks

Arkansas gets a bye week to get ready for Hootie.

Last Week: Bye


4. South Carolina Gamecocks

South Carolina is in trouble with Lattimore sidelined. Shaw looked ok after taking over for ex-QB Stephen Garcia.

Last Week:  South Carolina 14 Miss. St  12


5. Auburn Tigers

In the battle for mediocrity, Auburn comes out on top.

Last Week: Auburn 17 Florida 6


6. Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia is still tied for 1st place after struggling to beat a lowly Vanderbilt team. The SEC Least looks pretty horrible.

Last Week: Georgia 33 Vanderbilt 28


7. Florida Gators

Muschamp’s anger in fact that he couldn’t find the end zone flaked off into cussing at refs on national TV. Florida is 0-3 in October with UGA up next. Will they even get a win this month?

Last Week: Florida 6 Auburn 17


8. Mississippi State Bulldogs

Miss St. looks to turn around their season behind new QB Tyler Russell. Fell short against the top team in SEC East.

Last Week: Mississippi State 12 South Carolina 14


9. Tennessee Volunteers

Matt Simms was throw-up material in taking over the Vols offense for injured QB Tyler Bray. He completed 6 passes all day with 128 yards and 2 INTs.

Last Week: Tennessee 7 LSU  38


10. Vanderbilt Commodores

James Franklin almost has his first major win as the Vanderbilt coach. Great showing against the top team in SEC East.

Last Week:  Vanderbilt 28 Georgia 33


11. Kentucky Wildcats


Last Week: Bye


12 Ole Miss Rebel Black Bear Ackbars

Houston Nutt gets TROUNCED at home by Trent Richardson. Alabama didn’t run up the score…Nutt just wouldn’t take his first-string out.

Last Week: Ole Miss 7 Alabama 52

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