Here’s where SEC teams stand in the latest USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll

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I know this may come as a surprise to you, but 5-5 Florida is not ranked in the latest USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches poll after a 70-52 shootout win over FCS Samford on Saturday. The struggling Gators once again didn’t even receive a single vote.

The rest of the SEC contingent fared better, though. Obviously, the undefeated Georgia Bulldogs remain at No. 1 followed by No. 2 Alabama. After an upset over Texas A&M (who fell to No. 16), Ole Miss is up into the top 10 in the final spot. Meanwhile, Arkansas jumped back into the rankings at No. 22 after beating LSU on the road Saturday night.

Previous No. 20 Auburn dropped out after blowing a 28-3 lead against Mississippi State, but it did receive 18 points. Kentucky sits outside the top 25, but after a win over Vanderbilt, it received the most votes of any unranked team at 113.

Here’s how the full rankings shake out after an upset-filled Week 11.

Full USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll:

Rank

Team

Record

Points

Change

1

Georgia

10-0

1,550 (62)

2

Alabama

9-1

1,464

3

Cincinnati

10-0

1,401

4

Ohio State

9-1

1,363

+1

5

Orgeron

9-1

1,320

+1

6

Notre Dame

9-1

1,181

+1

7

Michigan

9-1

1,153

+1

8

Michigan State

9-1

1,139

+1

9

Oklahoma State

9-1

1,102

+1

10

Ole Miss

8-2

948

+2

11

Oklahoma

9-1

878

-7

12

Wake Forest

9-1

847

+1

13

Baylor

8-2

826

+5

14

Iowa

8-2

637

15

BYU

8-2

605

16

Texas A&M

7-3

560

-5

17

Houston

9-1

541

18

UTSA

10-0

528

-2

19

Pittsburgh

8-2

446

+3

20

Wisconsin

7-3

407

+4

21

UL-Lafayette

9-1

239

+4

22

Arkansas

7-3

212

+4

23

San Diego State

9-1

210

+4

24

NC State

7-3

138

-5

25

Utah

7-3

133

+5

Dropped from the rankings:

No. 20 Auburn; No. 21 Coastal Carolina; No. 23 Penn State

Others receiving votes:

Kentucky 113; Southern Methodist 45; Coastal Carolina 34; Appalachian State 31; Mississippi State 26; Penn State 20; Auburn 18; Utah State 9; Purdue 7; Louisville 5; Kansas State 4; Fresno State 4; Clemson 4; Arizona State 2