Vanderbilt’s last win was in 2018.
13. Texas A&M
They had a rough couple of teams to play this week, and they hung around with both LSU and Tennessee for a bit, but couldn’t keep up for 40 mintues.
The Bulldogs have dipped below .500 and at this point can really only play spoiler for someone else’s season.
The Tigers avoided absolute sadness and beat Vandy to get their second SEC win.
10. South Carolina
They took advantage of a struggling Georgia team to keep up their strong record in SEC play, even though they’re just hovering on .500 overall.
9. Ole Miss
After starting 13-2 the Rebels are now 1-5 in their last six games. They may have flown too close to the sun this year.
That’s a big statement win for the Hogs over LSU. Now if they can string together a few more wins they can jump into NCAA Tournament discussion.
The list of almost huge wins are really piling up for Florida. They’ve come close but just short against Oklahoma, Michigan State, Tennessee, Mississippi State, TCU, and now Kentucky. Unfortunately for them almost wins don’t count.
They’ve gone 3-5 since upsetting Kentucky to start SEC play. The top five teams feel like NCAA Tournament locks, and teams 6-9 all have a shot depending on what they do the rest of the way, with the conference likely getting 7 or 8.
5. Mississippi State
After losing on the road to Bama they topped Ole Miss on the road, getting revenge for their only home loss of the year.
They started to look like themselves after beating the brakes off Mizzou and cruising against the Tide. They got a big boost from Bryce Brown who was 9/17 from deep this week.
They played with fire a couple of times but finally dropped their first SEC game after 10 straight wins. Things are still just fine in Baton Rouge.
They got two road wins as well, including a win over an upset minded Florida. The Wildcats are gunning for a potential 2-seed right now.
The Vols won by 22 and 17 points both on the road this weekend. It’s going to take something special to take them down at this point.