Take Arkansas for instance. The Razorbacks, who got as high as No. 12 in the AP Poll back in week five, have now lost five out of their last six games, giving up 83.8 points per game in those losses. That losing stretch included losses to Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, and Texas A&M. Points being that anyone can beat anyone in the Southeastern Conference.
Here are the week 11 SEC basketball power rankings as we wade deeper into conference action.
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Georgia lost both of their games to Texas A&M and Kentucky this week.
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Sorry, Commodores. Someone had to be here. Vandy picked up a win over Arkansas before losing to South Carolina on Saturday.
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The Tigers won their only game of the week against Alabama.
11. Mississippi State
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The Bulldogs lost to the rival Ole Miss 82-72.
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The Razorbacks are now 0-3 in conference play after losing to Texas A&M.
9. Ole Miss
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Ole Miss split their two games during week ten, losing to Tennessee in overtime, and beating Mississippi State over the weekend.
8. South Carolina
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The Gamecocks are now 10-4 on the season after losing to Auburn and beating Vanderbilt.
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Florida took two losses to Alabama and Auburn last week.
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Alabama picked up a win over Florida and a loss to 7-7 Missouri last week.
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Tennessee (10-4, 1-2 SEC) struggled to get an overtime win over Ole Miss last Wednesday, and then lost by 12 to LSU on the road. The Vols are averaging 67 points per game to start off conference play
4. Texas A&M
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The Aggies are now 13-2 and defeated Georgia and Arkansas last week.
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Kentucky lost to LSU earlier in the week but then picked up a win over Georgia. TyTy Washington broke the school record for assists in a game (17).
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Wins over Kentucky and Tennessee were huge for the Tigers.
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Auburn is now 14-1 with their highest ranking of the KenPom era (No. 7).