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SEC Power Poll

My votes in this week's SEC Power Poll, as compiled by SBN's South Carolina blog Garnet and Black Attack:

  1. LSU - Passing game crippled with loss of Doucet; yet still Tigers pound out 250 on the ground in huge win.
  2. Florida - The amazing thing is, Tebow's still got at least another year to develop. This team is going to be scary good for the next few years at least.
  3. South Carolina - Defense coming together and Smelley behind center makes this the potential champ of the East; still not in Florida's class though.
  4. Auburn - What a sea change from the first three weeks of the season. A win at LSU in a week in a half and the West could be theirs.
  5. Kentucky - Uncharacteristic errors from Woodson makes me think last week was an aberration; with LSU and Florida coming up though, it might be awhile before we find out for sure.
  6. Tennessee - Oh hosannah they've found a defense! And unbelievably enough, control their own destiny in the SEC East.
  7. Alabama - In limbo. A sort of purgatory till we find out more.
  8. Georgia - What the hell, guys?
  9. Arkansas - Thankfully the win-loss column doesn't matter for the Heisman campaigns of running backs.
  10. Mississippi State - Still getting votes in the polls. Good for them. Really.
  11. Vanderbilt - Yadda yadda yadda Earl Bennett yadda yadda yadda
  12. Ole Miss - The way this year has gone in CFB, it ought to surprise no one if they knock off LSU in November.