This week saw the beginning of rivalry games in the SEC. Georgia and Florida faced off. However, the Gators are having a tragic year to a great offseason hiring. Arkansas and South Carolina also stay strong in the rankings. When is the last time a conference had two Top Ten match ups in the same weekend, at the same time, much less?
Here are our 9th week’s ballot. Please let us know what you think by leaving a comment.
|1.||Alabama Crimson Tide|
Game of the week coming up
Last Week: Bye
Corndog week has begun.
Last Week: Bye
Another comeback propels Arkansas to victory.
Last Week: Arkansas 31 Vanderbilt 28
Auburn offense wakes up. Houston Nutt falls asleep.
Last Week: Auburn 41 Ole Miss 23
Watch out. Georgia is fighting South Carolina for division title in SEC LEast.
Last Week: Georgia 24 Florida 20
|6.||South Carolina Gamecocks|
A new RB emerged in place of injured Lattimore. Brandon Wilds ran for 137 yards in his starting debut.
Last Week: South Carolina 14 Tennessee 3
Florida off to worst start in 40+ years. They went 0/3 in October.
Last Week: Florida 20 Georgia 24
|8.||Mississippi State Bulldogs|
The mistake-ridden Bulldogs stumble through Kentucky. Have they finally figured out their QB situation by using BOTH Tyler Russell and Chris Relf?
Last Week: Mississippi St 28 Kentucky 16
Vanderbilt played one of their best games all season. James Franklin is a great addition to the SEC coaching ranks.
Last Week: Vanderbilt 28 Arkansas 31
Tennessee only scored one offensive TD all October. They are also 0-5 in SEC play. Ouch Tyler Bray, ouch.
Last Week: Tennessee 3 South Carolina 14
Joker Phillips may not get the last laugh at the end of the season.
Last Week: Kentucky 16 Mississippi St. 28
|12||Ole Miss Rebel Black Bear Ackbars|
This is the third week in a row that the SEC Offensive Player of the Week has come against Ole Miss.
Last Week: Ole Miss 23 Auburn 41