Sunday, November 23, 2008

SEC Power Rankings After Week 13

Lets go ahead and say it - the SEC is down this year. They have two teams who are in the stratosphere of college football - Florida and Alabama. One team who is pretty good. Then nine teams who could beat each other on any given weekend.

1. Florida
2. Alabama
Big drop off here
3. Georgia
Massive drop off here
4. Ole Miss
5. LSU
6. South Carolina
7. Kentucky
8. Tennessee
9. Vanderbilt
10. Auburn
11. Miss State
12. Arkansas

The SEC should be better next year. The conference really suffered from a lack of experience at the QB position. Two perennial powers suffered from not having a QB this year (LSU, Tennessee) and another (Auburn) only found one about eight games into the season and was very average. That Florida-Alabama game should be a doozy and even though all the TV analysts have pegged Florida to win I think it will be a barn burner.

National Top 5
1. Florida
2. Alabama
3. Texas
4. Oklahoma
5. USC

I am a bowl guy, but that would be in awesome playoff scenario with these five teams squaring off.

Last Week: 1-3 ATS, 2-2 SU
Season: 29-21-2 ATS, 34-18 SU

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