SEC Power Rankings
Published on Monday, 2/15/16, at 5:58 p.m. Eastern.
1-Kentucky – Looked like the best team in the country in pimpslaps of UGA & S-Carolina. Cal should get ejected more often.
2-LSU – Remember, Victor & Hornsby missed most of non-conference play.
3-South Carolina – Great win at Texas A&M, but home loss to UK was deflating.
4-Texas A&M – Fading fast. After 7-0 SEC start, has lost five in a row. But overall resume still strong.
5-Vanderbilt – Major disappointment, but starting to turn it on.
6-Alabama – Hot at the right time, Obasohan playing like a first-team All-SEC player.
7-Florida — Fell to No. 31 in RPI after home loss to ‘Bama.
8-Georgia – Nice bounce-back win in Starkville, UF on deck at Stegeman tomorrow night.
9-Ole Miss — Back healthy again, has a chance thanks to Stefan Moody every night.
10-Tennessee – Terrible loss at Mizzou.
11-Arkansas — Mike Anderson Era has been colossal disappointment to date.
12-Mississippi St. – Ben Howland needs 1-2 more recruiting cycles, but he’ll get it going at The Hump soon.
13-Missouri – Frank Haith left this program a mess, but that’s on Mizzou for hiring the clown.
14-Auburn – Haven’t been competitive since Kareem Canty’s suspension.