SEC Power Poll Ballot, Week 10

This week provided the first time that the SEC has held two top-ten match ups in conference history in the same weekend.

Here are our 10th 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. LSU Tigers

Les Miles probably had a meal of grass before this game. Amazing win in Tuscaloosa.

Last Week: LSU 9, Alabama 6

2. Alabama Crimson Tide

Will not win games by missing 4 FGs. Sad showing for Bama at home.

Last Week:  Alabama 6, LSU 9

3. Arkansas Razorbacks

Arkansas rolls South Carolina. Pure domination.

Last Week: Arkansas 44 South Carolina 28

 

4. Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia played two games this week. More Bulldog fans were cheering on Arkansas this weekend than their own team. They are now in the lead in SEC East but will not have played the Top 3 teams in the SEC.

Last Week: Georgia 63 New Mexico St 20

 

5. Auburn Tigers

 

Last Week: Bye

 

6. South Carolina Gamecocks

Utter humiliation. South Carolina’s “highly-ranked defense” hadn’t faced an offense all year.

Last Week:  South Carolina 28 Arkansas 44


7. Florida Gators

Florida seems to love the history books this year. Beats Vanderbilt for 21st time in a row after worst October in decades. They relied on a blatant Vanderbilt mistake on 4th down to win it. Vanderbilt was flagged 11 times to Florida’s 3. No love like ref love.

Last Week: Florida 26 Vanderbilt 20

 

8. Mississippi State Bulldogs

Bulldogs still have yet to figure out QB situation. UT-Martin out-performed MSU statistically, but MSU defense was strong enough to stop  drives at right times.

Last Week: Mississippi St 55 UT-Martin 17

 

9. Vanderbilt Commodores

Vanderbilt plays well for 3rd week in a row, but isn’t good enough. James Franklin should be worried about in future.

Last Week:  Vanderbilt 20 Florida 26

 

10. Tennessee Volunteers

Tennessee “dominates cross-state rival” Middle Tennessee…..or do they?

Last Week: Tennessee 24 Mid Tennessee 0

 

11. Kentucky Wildcats

The annual Hot Seat Bowl may have saved Joker Phillips.

Last Week: Kentucky 30 Ole Miss 13


12 Ole Miss Rebel Black Bear Ackbars

Nah Nah Nah Nah Hey Hey Hey Goodbye Nutt. He only has an 12-game losing streak to SEC opponents.

Last Week: Ole Miss  13 Kentucky 30

 


 

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