WBN SEC Power Rankings: 10-27-2013 Edition

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1.  (1)  #1  Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0) (5-0) – Nick Saban should use all four (4) downs every drive.  This is his best and most complete team ever.  THIS WEEK:  BYE WEEK

2.  (3)  #8  Auburn Tigers  (7-1)  (4-1) –  This game was meant to be the joke that it was.  Gus Malzhan has this team cooking with peanut oil.  Despite losing QB Nick Marshall to a shoulder injury, they torched the Owls “six ways to Sunday” on the ground.  THIS WEEK:  @ Arkansas Razorbacks

3.  (4)  #14  South Carolina Gamecocks  (6-2) (4-2) – Connor Shaw is one tough SOB who can flat out play.  Despite being benched due to an injury, he was still better than Dylan Thompson and engineered SC’s comeback against Mizzou to capture the OT win.  Credit Mike Davis for keeping the D honest and SC’s D for bowing up in the second half.  They’re not out of the East race, yet.  THIS WEEK:  vs Mississippi State Bulldogs

4.  (6)  #12 Texas A&M Aggies  (6-2)  (3-2)  -  This was a laugher from the start.  Despite all the Aggies TOs, Vandy was never in this game.  Kevin Sumlin’s D finally played near the level of their O.  THIS WEEK:  vs UTEP Miners

5.  (5) #11   LSU Tigers  (7-2) (4-2) – “Thank you, Furman, we needed this.” -LSU  .  THIS WEEK:  BYE WEEK

6. (2)  #10  Missouri Tigers  (7-1) (3-1) –  The Tigers suffered their first loss of the season against South Carolina.  While much improved over last season, this loss hurts after being up 17-0 in the first half.  Their D couldn’t stop even an injured Connor Shaw.  THIS WEEK:  vs Tennessee Volunteers

7.  (7)  Georgia Bulldogs  (4-3)  (3-2) –  BYE WEEK.   THIS WEEK:  Florida Gators (Neutral Field)

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