The SEC championship game is going to feature a matchup of two very high-powered offenses as it will be Alabama taking on Florida for the SEC crown.
#1 Alabama Crimson Tide (9-0)
Last week: #1
Alabama has been dominant all season long and this week wasn’t any different as they faced the defending national champions on the road and came away with a 55-17 win.
Mac Jones was phenomenal once again for the Tide as he threw for 385 yards and 4 TDs.
However, Najee Harris had a big game on the ground as well rushing for 145 yards and 3 TDs.
Alabama has one more regular season game before they are off to the SEC Championship game.
Week 15: @ Arkansas
#2 Texas A&M Aggies (7-1)
Last week: #2
The Aggies came into Saturday ranked as the first team out of the playoffs and needed a big road performance to keep their chances alive.
That is exactly what they got in a 31-20 win over Auburn. Kellen Mond had a very solid day completing 18 of 23 passes for 196 yards and 2 TDs.
However, the big yards were gained on the ground as they rushed for 313 yards and added 2 TDs.
A&M will be right on the edge of getting in the CFP and some, myself included, believe they should be in over Ohio State due to a better total body of work.
Week 15: vs Ole Miss
#3 Florida Gators (8-1)
Last week: #3
Florida’s offense has been too much to handle for most teams this season and that was the case again on Saturday in their 31-19 win over Tennessee.
Kyle Trask strengthened his Heisman resume with a 433 yard 4 TD performance in a game that saw him throw the ball 49 times.
With the win, the Gators officially win the SEC East and will be on their way to Atlanta to compete for an SEC title.
Week 15: vs LSU
#4 Georgia Bulldogs (6-2)
Last week: #4
Georgia was scheduled to face off with Vanderbilt this week, but due to coronavirus issues, the game had to be postponed to a later date.
Week 15: @ Missouri
#5 Missouri Tigers (5-3)
Last week: #7
The Tigers have been having an outstanding season in 2020 and that continued on Saturday in one of the more fun games to watch.
Missouri found themselves down 48-47 to Arkansas with little time remaining and were able to get in FG range and make the game winning kick to get the 50-48 victory.
Even though they threw for 380 yards, all of the scoring came on the ground as they rushed for 5 TDs and 273 yards.
Missouri will have a chance to make a huge statement in Week 15.
Week 15: vs Georgia
#6 Auburn Tigers (5-4)
Last week: #5
Auburn entered Saturday with a chance to get a very good win and shed some light on what has been a disappointing season.
However, they were not able to get the job done in their 31-20 loss to Texas A&M.
The Tigers had a very balanced attack rushing for 196 yards and 2 TDs while throwing for 144 yards.
Despite the loss, they will still be looking to have a strong end to the 2020 season.
Week 15: @ Mississippi State
#7 LSU Tigers (3-5)
Last week: #6
LSU has had a disappointing year post Joe Burrow, but they could turn that around with a big win over Alabama.
However, the Tigers never had a chance in this one as the Tide rolled to a 55-17 win in Death Valley.
The Tigers didn’t find much offensive success but what they did mostly came through the air as they threw for 254 yards and a TD.
LSU will need to have a strong end to 2020 and start focusing on 2021.
Week 15: @ Florida
#8 Arkansas Razorbacks (3-6)
Last week: #8
Arkansas was without starting QB Feleipe Franks on Saturday but still had the 48-47 lead with under a minute to play.
Unfortunately, their defense couldn’t get the necessary stop to come away with the win as Missouri made a last second FG to get the 50-48 win.
Arkansas is a program that is on the rise once again and heading in the right direction.
Week 15: vs Alabama
#9 Kentucky Wildcats (4-6)
Last week: #10
Kentucky entered Saturday needing a big win to end their 2020 season on a high note and that is what they did.
Kentucky came out and dominated a depleted South Carolina defense in a 41-18 win that saw the Cats rush for 291 yards and 5 TDs.
After a season full of offensive struggle and poor QB play, head coach Mark Stoops decided to let OC Eddie Gran and QB coach Darin Hinshaw go as they will look to have a much more high powered offense in 2021.
Week 15: BYE
#10 Ole Miss Rebels (4-4)
Last week: #9
The Rebels had the week off after their win over Mississippi State in week 13.
With a .500 record currently, they will look to finish the 2020 season strong and head into 2021 with a ton of momentum.
Week 15: @ Texas A&M
#11 Tennessee Volunteers (2-6)
Last week: #11
Tennessee had a tough matchup this week as they faced a Florida team that has one of the best offenses in the country.
The Vols’ defense had a long day in the 31-19 loss as they allowed 433 yards passing a 4 TDs on the day.
Tennessee will have a good chance to get back on the winning side of things next week.
Week 15: @ Vanderbilt
#12 Mississippi State Bulldogs (2-6)
Last week: #12
Mississippi State had the week off after the SEC needed to shift some scheduling around to ensure all the games are played.
The Bulldogs have had a tough season in 2020 but they will have a chance to end the season strong.
Week 15: vs Auburn
#13 South Carolina Gamecocks (2-8)
Last week: #13
South Carolina has had a very tough year with their head coach being fired and on Saturday they started 2 players on defense that were available week 1.
Their defensive issues showed up big as they lost 41-18 to a Kentucky team that hasn’t been able to do much scoring this season.
Now the Gamecocks will get their next head coach and fill the staff for what they hope is the start of something big in 2021.
Week 15: BYE
#14 Vanderbilt Commodores (0-8)
Last week: #14
Vanderbilt had the week off after their scheduled game with Georgia was postponed due to issues with the Coronavirus.
Week 15: vs Tennessee