SEC football power rankings, Week Seven: Georgia's clearly on top

 Chris Lee   in Football

Stetson Bennett photo courtesy of Georgia athletics.

Here are SEC football power rankings after six weeks of play.

1. Georgia (6-0): The Bulldogs are averaging more than three yards a snap than opponents.

2. Alabama (5-1): That was an undecidedly Alabama-like performance in College Station.

3. Ole Miss (4-1): Rebels' defense (31.0 ppg) is concerning, but the offense has been more than good enough to overcome it.

4. Arkansas (4-2): Razorbacks have played the toughest slate of any team in the league, and it won't get easier.

5. Kentucky (6-0): It's UK's first 6-0 start since 1950.

6. Florida (4-2): The Gators, fresh off a shutout of Vandy, have improved significantly on defense (16.5 ppg) from a year ago.  

7. Texas A&M (4-2): Better offensive line and quarterback play helped like the Aggies look like the team we thought they'd be in their upset of Alabama. 

8. Auburn (4-2): The Tigers have to get Tank Bigsby I10 carries, 28 yards vs. Georgia) going again. 

9. Tennessee (4-2): The Vols are playing well just as they hit a stretch with four-straight top-15 teams starting next week. 

10. Mississippi St. (3-2): The Bulldogs got a bye week just in time to prepare for an angry Alabama team. 

11. LSU (3-3): Coach Ed Orgeron's tenure in Baton Rouge may best be measured in weeks. 

12. South Carolina (3-3): The Gamecocks fit the definition of average, having scored as many points as they've given up (132) in a 3-3 season. 

13. Missouri (3-3): Tyler Badie (226 yards, three TDs vs. North Texas) carried the Tigers once again. 

14. Vanderbilt (2-4): The Commodores have been outscored in their two SEC games by a 104-0 margin.