Week 8 SEC Football Power Rankings

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Oct 11, 2014; Starkville, MS, USA; Teammates celebrate Mississippi State Bulldogs quarterback Dak Prescott (15) touchdown against the Auburn Tigers during the first quarter at Davis Wade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Another week of SEC football is in the books. Some outcomes were expected, while others clearly were not, and the results have led to quite a shuffle in this week’s SEC Football Power Rankings.

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Every week in the SEC West is huge, and Saturday was no exception. Mississippi State made a statement with an impressive home victory over Auburn, which is quite possibly the biggest win in program history. Their bitter in-state rivals, the Ole Miss Rebels, also picked up a big win as the Rebels beat Texas A&M in College Station. Elsewhere, Alabama went into Fayetteville and escaped with a 14-13 victory over Arkansas and LSU pulled out a 30-27 cross-divisional victory in Gainesville over the Florida Gators.

In the East, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Tennessee all picked up Homecoming non-conference wins with varying degrees of ease. Georgia shocked Missouri 34-0 in Columbia without previous Heisman Trophy front-runner Todd Gurley, and South Carolina sat at home licking their wounds after last week’s loss to the Wildcats. But, how did it all impact our weekly SEC Football Power Rankings?