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Fabris Invitational standings, Week 8

Friends, it’s back to the tiebreaker this week.

STANDINGS for WEEK 8
Rank
Selection Name
Standings
Adjustment
W-L
Pts
Tie Breaker Game
0-59
1 egallinger1855 Adj 8-2 8   28-35**
1 Dawglicious Adj 8-2 8   27-24
1 econodawg Adj 8-2 8   14-35
1 BassCatSC Adj 8-2 8   13-35

Congrats to egallinger1855 for pulling it out.

And on the season…

SEASON STANDINGS through Week 8
Rank
You
Selection Name
W-L
Pts
1 Valley Dawg 52-28 52
2 Turfman25 50-30 50
3 Second String Secondary 48-32 48
4 georgiajeepn 47-33 47
4 OneHairyDawg 47-33 47

… it’s still a race.

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SEC Power Poll, Week 8

Quite a few teams got manhandled this week, which made this week’s poll a little easier in some ways and a little harder in others (it’s getting more crowded at the bottom, y’all.)

Also, don’t forget I consider the two Mississippi schools co-leaders for now, and am arbitrarily flipping them back and forth each week until somebody loses.

  1. Mississippi.  Ole Miss’ defense is something else to watch.
  2. Mississippi State.  Handling adversity hasn’t been a problem this season.  How about handling success?
  3. Auburn.  That road win at Kansas State looks more stout.
  4. Georgia.  Hmm.  How much do you think a Nick Chubb autograph is worth now?
  5. Alabama.  Junior makes a comeback.
  6. LSU.  Believe it or not, this is the only other team besides the top five that is positive in net conference scoring.
  7. Missouri.  This is purely a “I’ve got to put some team there” vote.  At least the Tigers have a good defense.
  8. Texas A&M.  Now you don’t talk so loud.  Now you don’t seem so proud.
  9. South Carolina.  A win’s a win.  Hey, didn’t we used to say that about Vanderbilt?
  10. Kentucky.  At least the ‘Cats have a couple of conference wins.
  11. Florida.  So do the Gators, but at this point that’s almost hard to believe.
  12. Arkansas.  Don’t feel too bad, Hogs.  At least you’re still due.
  13. Tennessee.  The Vols’ offense is regressing, which is probably not a good thing when your next opponent is Alabama.
  14. Vanderbilt.  A bye week means never having to get sealclubbed by a good conference opponent.

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