SEC end-of-regular-season power rankings: Georgia and Alabama remain at the top

 Chris Lee   in Football

Here's how we rank the league's 14 teams after the regular season has ended.

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Here's how we power rank the league's 14 teams after the regular season has finished.

1. Georgia (12-0, 8-0): 538.com gives the Bulldogs a 56% chance of making the College Football Playoff with a loss to Alabama.

2. Alabama (11-1, 7-1): The Crimson Tide quietly allowed just 298 yards per game in the regular season.

3. Ole Miss (10-2, 6-2)It's the first 10-win regular season in school history.

4. Arkansas (8-4, 4-4):  It's the first time Arkansas has won eight games, or finished at least .500 in the league, since 2015.

5. Mississippi St. (7-5, 4-4): MSU's plus-118 yardage differential in all games ranked third in the league. 

6. Texas A&M (8-4, 4-4): Since 2013, the Aggies have won no fewer than seven games, but no more than nine.

7. Tennessee (7-5, 4-4): Following a three-game losing streak to Vandy, Tennessee has now won the last three in the series.

8. Kentucky (9-3, 5-3): It's hard to to 9-3 with a minus-13 turnover differential, but somehow the Wildcats have done it. 

9. Auburn (6-6, 3-5): The Tigers led Alabama for all but 24 seconds of regulation, but it wasn't good enough.

10. LSU (6-6, 3-5): Of course coach Ed Orgeron went out with an upset of Texas A&M. 

11. Missouri (6-6, 3-5): The Tigers allowed 60 points more than they scored, but still ended up at .500 in the regular season.

12. South Carolina (6-6, 3-5): The Gamecock defense improved dramatically in the regular season from a year ago.

13. Florida (6-6, 2-6): The Gators have now won their last three over Florida State.

14. Vanderbilt (2-10, 0-8): Over the last three seasons, Vandy's scored 344 points and allowed 940 against SEC teams.