SEC Rankings – Week 3
Posted by Ryne E. Hancock on September 16, 2008
After watching a thrilling baseball game on the football field in Starkville and inching closer and closer towards my 24th birthday, I am back again with my SEC power rankings for the week of September 14th.
1. Florida (After Georgia stumbled against South Carolina Saturday, the Gators are at the top of my power rankings after their Bye Week. Up next for the Gators is a tough Tennessee team looking to do nothing more than pull off the upset.)
2. LSU (Impressive showing against North Texas, now it’s time for War Eagle to try to beat a tattoo on the Bayou Bengals.)
3. Georgia (Sorry, Dawg fans, lackluster win against the Gamecocks doesn’t really carry weight this time around, does it?)
4. Alabama (Another impressive win over a cupcake. Big deal.)
5. Auburn (The Tigers could have used the bat of Bo Jackson on Saturday night. Now they’re going to probably need the same luck from 1994.)
6. Tennessee (Upset could put Vols back in the SEC East hunt.)
7. Kentucky (This time the grace of God saved the Wildcats against Middle Tennessee.)
8. Vanderbilt (3-0 meaning that the ‘Dores are three wins away from Bowl eligibilty.)
9. Arkansas (Bye Week gives Razorbacks a chance to rest up for their SEC opener.)
10. Ole Miss (The columnist has no reason for the Rebels right now, please leave a message.)
11. Mississippi State (An ‘E’ for effort against War Eagle Saturday.)
12. South Carolina (Is the fat lady warming up for the Gamecocks?)
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