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Georgia beats Tennessee, LSU takes down Alabama


In week 10 of the college football season, several SEC teams posted notable wins.

the georgian bulldogs took care of the tennessee volunteers and now they have control of the SEC and are, hands down, the best team in the country.

the LSU Tigers defeat Alabama in Death Valley to wrest control of the SEC West from the Crimson Tide.

the florida gators took advantage of a lack of staff Texas A&M team to get a good win and Mississippi State withstood a furious comeback by the Auburn Tigers. South Carolina bounced back with a victory over the Vanderbilt Commodores and the Arkansas Razorbacks they were stunned by Liberty at home.

Here are the updated power rankings after a wild week of SEC football.

Georgia Bulldogs (9-0, 6-0)


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Week 10: Beat Tennessee 27-13

Previous classification: two

Georgia left no doubt as to who is the best team in the country on Saturday. This game was not as close as the score.

LSU Tigers (7-2, 5-1)


Week 10: Defeat Alabama 32-31

Previous classification: 4

The Tigers stunned Alabama in Death Valley and are now in control of the SEC West. Brian Kelly continues to impress in Year 1.

Ole Miss Rebels (8-1, 4-1)


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Week 10: Bye

Previous classification: 5

The only SEC team bye this week, the Rebels have a path to the SEC Championship game, but it’s going to be a tough one.

Tennessee Volunteers (8-1, 4-1)


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Week 10: Lost to Georgia 27-13

Previous classification: 1

Vold’s miracle season took a hit on Saturday with Georgia showing how far they still have to go.

Alabama Crimson Tide (7-2, 4-2)


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Week 10: Lost to LSU 32-31

Previous classification: 3

The Crimson Tide have two losses in the regular season and no longer control their own destiny in the SEC.

Kentucky Wildcats (6-3, 3-3)


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Week 10: Missouri wins 21-17

Previous classification: 7

It was ugly, but the Wildcats avoided a horrible loss to Missouri on the road.

Mississippi State Bulldogs (6-3,3-3)


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Week 10: Beat Auburn 39-33

Previous classification: 8

The Bulldogs nearly let the game slip away, but won in overtime.

Florida Gators (5-4, 2-4)


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Week 10: Beat Texas A&M 41-24

Previous classification: 9

The Gators took on a shorthanded Texas A&M team for their first road win of the season.

Arkansas Razorbacks (5-4, 2-3)


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Week 10: Lost to Libert 21-19

Previous classification: 6

The Razorbacks fell behind 21-0 before fighting back but were unable to complete a two-point attempt to tie it late. This is a bad loss for Sam Pittman and the Razorbacks.

Missouri Tigers (4-5, 2-4)


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Week 10: Lost to Kentucky 21-17

Previous classification: 10

The Tigers announced an extension to head coach Eli Drinkowitz hours before suffering their fifth loss of the season.

South Carolina Gamecocks (6-3, 3-3)


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Week 10: Defeat Vanderbilt 38-27

Previous classification: eleven

The Gamecocks bounced back from a loss with a win and are now bowl eligible.

Auburn Tigers (3-6, 1-5)


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Week 10: Lost to Mississippi State 39-33

Previous classification: 13

Auburn may have lost, but once again there is hope on the Plains now that Cadillac Williams is in charge.

Texas A&M Aggies (3-6, 1-5)


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Week 10: Lost in Florida 24-41

Previous classification: 12

The Aggies were decimated by the flu and their season continues to be one disaster after another.

Vanderbilt Commodores (3-6, 0-5)


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Week 10: Lost to South Carolina 38-27

Previous classification: 14

Vanderbilt put up a good fight, but has yet to make significant progress before he can challenge the rest of the SEC.

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