Alabama vs. Florida in the SECCG, eh? The more things change, the more they stay the same.
By the way, it’s a power poll, so don’t waste your time making transitive property arguments about my rankings. That way lies madness.
- Alabama. The Tide sacked Dak Prescott nine times in three quarters, which was only four fewer times than Prescott had been sacked before in his entire career. Good Lord.
- Florida. I wonder if Spurrier watched the Florida-South Carolina game. And if he did, which team he rooted for.
- Arkansas. Hey, the Hogs have won five of their last six, including four straight conference games. They’re hot.
- LSU. Leonard Fournette can only do so much.
- Mississippi State. At least you got Alabama out of your system, Bulldogs.
- Mississippi. Technically, Ole Miss still has a shot to win the West, but who are we kidding here?
- Tennessee. All that’s left for the Vols are the two most offensively challenged teams in the conference.
- Georgia. The Dawgs played an opponent with an even more dire quarterback situation than theirs.
- Auburn. The Gus Bus is in serious need of an engine overhaul.
- Texas A&M. If you’d have told me before the beginning of the season that the Aggies’ trip to Nashville might prove to be something of a challenge, I’d have laughed. Now? Not so much.
- Vanderbilt. Two conference wins are probably two more than most people thought this team was capable of this season.
- Missouri. A rough week ends with a satisfying win.
- Kentucky. You could argue that over the last two seasons, the Wildcats have turned out to be the SEC’s most consistent team. That’s not a compliment.
- South Carolina. There are plenty of sad stories in the SEC this year, but the ‘Cocks may be the saddest.