Week 12 SEC Power Rankings: Auburn chokes, Ole Miss rises

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The SEC has become more and more confusing as the season has gone on.

Auburn choked in the most humiliating way possible, giving up a 28-3 lead to Mississippi State, losing 43-34. 33 Unanswered points from the Bulldogs.

Arkansas went on the road and could only muster a 16-13 win over LSU and their backup quarterback in overtime.

South Carolina had their winning streak snapped by Missouri, and Kentucky had their losing streak broken with a win over Vanderbilt, the team anyone wants to play to get some things going back in the right direction.

Here are the new SEC Power Rankings after week 11.

14. Vanderbilt

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Vanderbilt lost to Kentucky 34-17.

13. South Carolina

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South Carolina lost to Missouri.

12. Florida

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Florida gave up 52 points in a win over Samford.

11. LSU

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LSU lost 16-13 to Arkansas.

10. Auburn

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Auburn had an Atlanta Falcons moment and lost to Mississippi State after having a 28-3 lead.

9. Missouri

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Missouri defeated South Carolina.

8. Tennessee

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Tennessee was routed by Georgia.

7. Mississippi State

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Mississippi State and Will Rogers defeated Auburn, finishing the game on a 40-6 run.

6. Arkansas

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Arkansas beat LSU in Baton Rouge.

5. Kentucky

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Kentucky beat Vanderbilt.

4. Texas A&M

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Texas A&M lost to Ole Miss.

3. Alabama

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Alabama rolled past New Mexico State.

2. Ole Miss

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Ole Miss defeated Texas A&M 29-19.

1. Georgia

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Georgia cruised past Tennessee.

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