1. ALABAMA (6-0)

 

The Crimson Tide has scored in all 24 quarters this season.

2. GEORGIA (6-0)

Who loses first: Mark Richt’s old team (Georgia) or his new team (4-0 Miami)?

3. AUBURN (5-1)

The Tigers responded well to a loss to Clemson in September. Now they must battle through three straight road games.

4. TEXAS A&M (4-2)

Aggies LB Tyrel Dodson had 16 tackles and a sack against Alabama and should be busy against Florida’s tailbacks.

5. KENTUCKY (5-1)

The Wildcats currently have one ranked team left on their schedule: No. 4 Georgia on Nov. 18.

6. SOUTH CAROLINA (4-2)

The Gamecocks scored three defensive touchdowns against Arkansas. That’s Will Muschamp football.

7. LSU (4-2)

Offensive coordinator Matt Canada looked like a genius drawing up plays against Florida.

8. FLORIDA (3-2)

The Gators have 82 first downs this season. Only Vanderbilt (75) has fewer in the SEC.

9. MISSISSIPPI STATE (3-2)

An impressive Bulldogs offensive line could be hurt if LT Martinas Rankin’s ankle injury lingers.

10. VANDERBILT (3-3)

Finally, the Commodores’ schedule eases up after losses to Alabama, Florida and Georgia.

11. TENNESSEE (3-2)

The Volunteers are last in the SEC and 123rd in the country in rushing defense at 252.6 yards per game.

12. ARKANSAS (2-3)

Quarterback Austin Allen is banged up, and the Razorbacks’ season is falling apart.

13. OLE MISS (2-3)

The Rebels have allowed 110 points in two SEC games so far.

14. MISSOURI (1-4)

The Tigers showed some heart after falling behind 10-0 to Kentucky, but they lost again.

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