Week 6 SEC Power Rankings

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Sep 27, 2014; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers wide receiver D’haquille Williams (1) celebrates a touchdown during the first half against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at Jordan Hare Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

Another week of SEC football in the books, another wild Saturday full of ups and downs for the teams throughout the nation’s toughest conference.

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The SEC East was turned upside down with South Carolina’s loss at home to Missouri, and Georgia seems to have once again avoided disaster stemming from an early season loss to the Gamecocks. The Bulldogs got into the win column with a nail-biting win over Tennessee and are once again the highest ranked team in our SEC Power Rankings. The cellar dweller remains after Vanderbilt could not extend Kentucky’s two-year SEC losing streak in Lexington. The Florida Gators sat this week out.

In the SEC West, Alabama was idle in advance of next week’s huge road game in Oxford. The Ole Miss Rebels played like they thought they also had the week off, but beat Memphis to set up the biggest game in school history. Auburn took care of business against Louisiana Tech, as did LSU with New Mexico State as the two teams look ahead to an October 4 showdown. But the game of the day occurred in Arlington, Texas as the Texas A&M Aggies stormed back for 21 unanswered points in an overtime thriller against Arkansas. The win sets up a huge game in Starkville next weekend against the resting Mississippi State Bulldogs.

But where do all the teams fall in our SEC Power Rankings? Let’s find out.