1. Alabama (Previous Rank: 1): No surprise here that the Tide finishes the regular season atop the power rankings. All RB Derrick Henry did in the Iron Bowl was out-rush Auburn by himself with a 271-yard performance.
2. Ole Miss (3): The Rebels leap Mississippi State with Saturday's 38-27 Egg Bowl win to finish second in the SEC. Will the College Football Playoff Committee feel the same about Ole Miss?
3. Mississippi State (2): QB Dak Prescott and coach Dan Mullen will see turnovers and sacks in their nightmares for the foreseeable future.
4. LSU (6): LSU athletics director Joe Alleva said Les Miles' job wasn't on the line after the Tigers bested Texas A&M 19-7, but ...
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5. Arkansas (5): RB Alex Collins capped a strong season by rushing for 130 yards and three touchdowns in Arkansas' 28-3 win over Missouri.
6. Florida (4): After going to OT against FAU, the Gators were whacked by Florida State 27-2. If Alabama does what most think the Tide will in the SEC Championship game, where will the Gators slip in the final CFP rankings?
7. Georgia (7): An ugly finish to the season -- despite wins over Georgia Southern and Georgia Tech -- ended up costing coach Mark Richt his job after 15 seasons in Athens, Ga.
8. Tennessee (9): Vanderbilt kept it close, but a balanced offensive attack allowed the Vols to pour in a 53-28 win.
9. Texas A&M (9): The Aggies were expected to have one of the most dangerous offenses in the SEC this season. With constant shuffling at QB, the Aggies score 10, 25 and seven points in final three SEC contests..
10. Auburn (10): The lone bright spot for Auburn: Former Gulf Coast QB Jason Smith' acrobatic 77-yard touchdown reception.
11. Vanderbilt (11): QB of the future Kyle Shurmur had a career day against UT, throwing for 209 yards and three TDs. The frosh also had an INT and completed just 44.1 percent of his passes.
12. South Carolina (13): Credit the Gamecocks for making Clemson work on Saturday in the 37-32 rivalry game.
13. Missouri (12): After the emotional win over BYU, Mizzou scored 11 points in final two games of the season.
14. Kentucky (14): The 'Cats led 24-7 at the half and lost. Not a good finish for five-win UK.