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LSU stays atop latest SEC Power Rankings

LSU running back Derrius Guice (5) celebrates after their NCAA college football game victory over Florida in Baton Rouge, La., Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015. LSU won 35-28. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
LSU running back Derrius Guice (5) celebrates after their NCAA college football game victory over Florida in Baton Rouge, La., Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015. LSU won 35-28. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) AP

1. LSU (Previous rank: 1): QB Brandan Harris actually accounted for more offensive yards than RB Leonard Fournette.

2. Alabama (3): If it wasn't for Fournette, would Derrick Henry be the SEC's player of the year running away? He had 236 yards and two TDs Saturday.

3. Texas A&M (2): Tough to win when your QB throws more TDs to the other team.

4. Mississippi State (6): Dak Prescott was only OK, throwing for 347 yards and three TDs. He also rushed for a fourth score.

5. Florida (4): QB Treon Harris played well but the Gators' rushing attack was Tiger bait.

6. Ole Miss (5): Poor play calling and execution made the Rebels a punch line Saturday. Loss could be worse if Robert Nkemdiche injury lingers.

7. Tennessee (7): Not sure the off week will help Vols any against rolling Tide.

8. Georgia (8): If you love field goals, Saturday's 9-6 thriller in Athens, Ga., was for you.

9. Auburn (12): Maybe the Tigers should play more Thursday games.

10. Kentucky (9): Wildcats had chance to pick up big win Thursday and prove they're making progress. Instead they're singing the blues.

11. Arkansas (10): Arkansas at Auburn: Two struggling teams enter, one team wins.

12. Missouri (11): Was Maty Mauk the issue? Tigers 1-2 with freshman Drew Lock.

13. South Carolina (13): It's never a good week when your coach up and resigns mid-season.

14. Vanderbilt (14): The defense is improved. Wins aren't coming, however.

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