Week 4 SEC Power Rankings: Auburn falls, Arkansas continues to rise

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At least five top 25 teams have lost every week so far this season.

This week, six teams fell. Including Texas A&M from the SEC after Arkansas ended their long drought against the Aggies in Arlington.

Outside of Arkansas, there weren’t a lot of huge moves made in the SEC. LSU took care of business again Mississippi State and looks ready to face Auburn this weekend. Speaking of the Tigers from the plains, Auburn looked out of sorts against Georgia State. It took a fourth-and-nine touchdown pass from backup quarterback TJ Finley to get the job done. Where does everyone line up in the SEC this weekend?

Here are my SEC Power Rankings after week four.

14. Vanderbilt

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Vanderbilt was demolished 62-0 by Georgia.

13. South Carolina

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South Carolina’s offense sputtered in a 16-10 loss to Kentucky.

12. Mississippi State

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Mississippi State’s late comeback wasn’t enough against LSU.

11. Tennessee

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Tennessee kept it close for a half, but Florida ran away late in a 38-14 win over the Vols.

10. Missouri

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Missouri couldn’t stop Boston College in a 41-34 overtime loss.

9. Texas A&M

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A&M drops two spots after losing to Arkansas.

8. Auburn

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Auburn looked incredibly rough against Georgia State. Bowl eligibility is officially in question for the Tigers.

7. Kentucky

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Kentucky moves up one spot after beating South Carolina in Columbia.

6. LSU

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LSU rises after beating Mississippi State in Starkville.

5. Florida

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Florida romped to a victory over Tennessee.

4. Arkansas

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Arkansas continues to climb after beating No. 7 Texas A&M.

3. Ole Miss

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Ole Miss remains at No. 3 during their bye week.

2. Alabama

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The Crimson Tide cruised to a 63-14 win over Southern Miss.

1. Georgia

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Georgia remains at the top after beating Vanderbilt 62-0.

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