SEC Power Rankings: LSU, Alabama Fortify Themselves At The Top, Ole Miss Makes a Move

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November 10, 2012; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Texas A

Alabama vs. Texas A&M.

Saturday’s matchup against the top two schools will go a long way towards deciding the SEC West division winner. LSU still looms for both schools, however neither have to play Florida or Georgia. LSU has both Florida and Georgia on their schedule. This is why Saturday has a really good chance of deciding who will win the SEC West.

Over on the East, Georgia defeated South Carolina, giving them an early advantage over the Gamecocks for the SEC East title. This took on added not as Florida looked awful on offense in their loss to Miami. There is a lot of football left to play, but a lot of things could be decided by the end of September.

How does this effect the power rankings? Let’s find out.

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Topics: Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky Wildcats, LSU Tigers, Mississippi Rebels, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Missouri Tigers, SEC Conference, SEC Power Rankings, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, Texas A&M Aggies, Vanderbilt Commodores

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  • ConLibFed

    I’ve seen this a couple of times and need to remind you that UGA and UF annually play each other in ‘neutral’ Jacksonville. The only thing that home v. away designation tells you is what uniforms the teams wear. The stadium is usually half Dawgs half Gators. Please stop referring to UGA having home field advantage. They are 6 hours away from Athens.

  • bdrogers1

    You do realize that UGA plays Florida in Jacksonville, FL? Though Georgia may be the “home” team on the schedule them do not play Florida in Athens,GA.