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SEC Week 11 Power Rankings

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Where do teams stand with two weeks to go?

NCAA Football: Auburn at Georgia Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

14. Arkansas

Hey at least recruiting is going well.

13. Vanderbilt

Missed a big opportunity this weekend to get one step closer to bowl eligibility, now they have to top both Ole Miss and Tennessee.

12. Ole Miss

Since no bowl game is happening for the Rebels, its now just time to play spoiler in these final two weeks.

11. Tennessee

Jeremy Pruitt has gotten one game away from getting Tennessee in a bowl in his first year, a big accomplishment for him considering what the program looked like when he took over.

10. South Carolina

7-5 is looking very likely with their remaining schedule, a very Muschamp-ian year for them.

9. Auburn

7-5 is almost all but locked in for the Tigers as well.

8. Missouri

After a midseason swoon, they’ve rebounded nicely. Now they have two winnable games left for an 8-4 season.

7. Texas A&M

We’re gonna have a whole bunch of teams finish 7-5 in the SEC this year.

6. Kentucky

Oh Wildcats no. That loss probably knocks them out of contention for a New Year’s Six bowl game.

5. Mississippi State

A pretty solid 8-4 is on the table for Joe Moorhead in his first year in Starkville. However strange things have happened in the Egg Bowl before.

4. Florida

Feleipe Franks can probably silence his own crowd all the way to a 9-3 record. Football is weird sometimes.

3. LSU

With Kentucky out of the picture for the New Year’s Six games, a Sugar or Peach Bowl appearance looks very likely for LSU.

2. Georgia

The Auburn game has a history of getting weird for the Bulldogs, they showed how good they could be and didn’t let things get weird.

1. Alabama

Yep.