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SEC Power Rankings for Week 11

Two teams have emerged as the favorites to meet in Atlanta.

Florida vs Georgia Photo by Hannah White/Collegiate Images/Getty Images

Week 10 showcased a battle that was likely for the SEC East crown which resulted in a lot of movement in the top of these rankings.

Now, we have a clear favorite from the East and the West to be on their way to Atlanta for the SEC Championship.

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide (6-0)

Last week: #1

Alabama has been dominating the SEC so far this season and will look to continue that next week.

The Tide had the week off to rest and recover before making their push for a national championship.

Week 11: @ LSU

#2 Texas A&M Aggies (5-1)

Last week: #3

It was a big week for the Aggies as they went on the road to face South Carolina and dominated them from the start as they won it 48-3.

The Aggies were able to run all over the Gamecocks rushing for 264-yards and 2 TDs. However, most of their scores came through the air as they passed for 266-yards and 5 TDs.

The loss to Alabama remains their only blemish and they have looked very good in every other game this season.

Week 11: @ Tennessee

#3 Florida Gators (4-1)

Last week: #4

This week was essentially a battle for who was going to win the SEC East when the Gators faced Georgia.

Early on this one looked like it was going to come down to the very end. However, the Gators used a 24-point second quarter to pull away and get the 44-28 victory.

One again Kyle Trask lit up the scoreboard as he threw for 474-yards and 4 TDs on one of the better defenses in the SEC.

If Florida can take care of business the rest of the way, they should find themselves in Atlanta.

Week 11: vs Arkansas

#4 Georgia Bulldogs (4-2)

Last week: #2

Like Florida, the Bulldogs entered this week in a situation where a win likely locks up the SEC East and would result in them being on their way to Atlanta.

However, Georgia didn’t put together a very good offensive performance as they ended up going to backup QB D’Wan Mathis.

Unfortunately, that didn’t work out either as he threw two INTs to bring the team’s total to 3 for the game in a 44-28 loss to the Gators.

Georgia didn’t their usual defensive domination either, but they were playing one of the best offensive teams in the country.

Now the Bulldogs will look to bounce back next week on the road against a team that has already pulled two upsets this season.

Week 11: @ Missouri

#5 Auburn Tigers (4-2)

Last week: #5

After their week 9 dominance against the defending national champions, the Tigers had the week off as they look to build off the big win and finish the 2020 season strong.

The season hasn’t turned out the way many expected, but they have a lot of momentum and can finish the year on the right track.

Week 11: @ Mississippi State

#6 Arkansas Razorbacks (3-3)

Last week: #6

The Razorbacks continue to be very impressive in 2020 with Feleipe Franks at QB. They came into this week with a chance to get a big win over Tennessee and used a massive 3rd quarter to get the 24-13 win.

Franks threw for 215-yards and 3 TDs while the team added 198-yards on the ground. However, they enter halftime trailing 13-0 and use a 24-0 3rd quarter to take a keep the lead.

Arkansas is turning the program around and they have surprised everyone so far this season.

Week 11: @ Florida

#7 Kentucky Wildcats (2-4)

Last week: #7

The Wildcats have one of the better defenses in the SEC and led the nation in INTs with 11 heading into the BYE week.

However, their offense has some serious issues and that is what they needed the BYE week for the most to try and figure something out.

Hopefully, Eddie Gran was able to break through with a successful offense and we will see it in action this week.

Week 11: vs Vanderbilt

#8 LSU Tigers (2-3)

Last week: #8

LSU has had such a disappointing season after winning the national championship a year ago with Joe Burrow at QB.

Now in 2020, they can’t find a QB consistent enough to get the job done and their defense has struggled severely.

However, they had the week off as they look to turn things around as we enter the home stretch of the season.

Week 11: vs Alabama

#9 Tennessee Volunteers (2-4)

Last week: #9

Tennessee came into this week looking to end their 3-game losing streak after starting the season 2-0.

They were able to take a 13-0 lead into halftime but imploded in the 3rd quarter giving up 24 unanswered points to Arkansas. On top of that, the Tennessee offense was unable to put up anymore points in the game as they lost 24-13.

Tennessee got off to such a good start and has fallen off a ton. However, they benefit in these rankings by other teams around them continuing to lose as well.

Week 11: vs Texas A&M

#10 Missouri Tigers (2-3)

Last week: #11

Missouri had the week off to regroup and rest up after their 41-17 loss to the Gators in week 9.

They have already pulled off two upsets so far this season and they will be looking to do it again in week 11.

Week 11: vs Georgia

#11 South Carolina Gamecocks (2-4)

Last week: #10

South Carolina came into this week with a chance to make a big statement, but they failed to do so.

They had one of the nation’s best on their home field and were dominated by Texas A&M in a 48-3 loss.

The Gamecocks were unable to do anything offensively as they accumulated just 100 passing yards and 50 rushing yards for the game. An all-around disappointing performance.

Week 11: @ Ole Miss

#12 Ole Miss Rebels (2-4)

Last week: #12

The Rebels had their BYE week this week after their 54-21 win over Vanderbilt in week 9.

The Rebel’s offense has been good all season, but their defense has been what has let them down time after time.

They will look to build off their last win in week 11.

Week 11: vs South Carolina

#13 Mississippi State Bulldogs (2-4)

Last week: #13

The Bulldogs found themselves in a battle for last in the SEC as they faced off with Vanderbilt and came away with a narrow 24-17 victory.

The Bulldogs air raid offense was only able to rack up 226-yards through the air and 1 TD and they rushed for -22-yards and 2 TDs to get the narrow victory.

Week 11: vs Auburn

#14 Vanderbilt Commodores (0-5)

Last week: #14

Vanderbilt had a real chance to get their first win of the season and not be ranked 14th in these rankings but they fell just short losing to Mississippi State 24-17.

It was a solid day on the ground for Vandy as they rushed for 142-yards and a TD. The big issue was that they threw 3 INTs and in a one score game that can be the difference.

Week 11: @ Kentucky