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SEC East Standings for Week 10

A look at the SEC standings heading into Week 10.

Tennessee v Kentucky Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Kentucky's 29-26 comeback win over Tennessee Saturday night was a stamp on what has been a huge turnaround for Kentucky Football. Though their overall record is a justifiable 6-2, Kentucky is just third (3-2 in conference play) in the SEC East behind Georgia (5-0) & South Carolina (4-2). The Wildcats are ahead of Florida (3-3), Mizzou (0-4), Tennessee (0-5) & Vanderbilt (0-5).

Georgia continued their dominance of everyone in their path, demolishing the Florida Gators 42-7 earlier Saturday afternoon. South Carolina avoided upset against Vanderbilt in a 34-27 home win and Missouri rolled UConn 52-12 on the road.

Next Saturday Missouri will prepare for an interesting matchup as they host Florida while Vanderbilt will host Western Kentucky and Georgia will host South Carolina. Tennessee will return home to host Southern Mississippi.

Kentucky will face Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Georgia & Louisville down the stretch. Only one of those teams has a winning record. They'll host Ole Miss & Louisville but will travel to Vanderbilt & Georgia. If they can adjust their run defense & get quarterback Stephen Johnson healthy, finishing 9-3 on the season is far from being out of reach.

They'll have to start with the Rebels next Saturday though, a matchup in which Johnson will hopefully be able to play.

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