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SEC PowerPoll Week 6 Ballot

This ballot looks an awful lot different from our week 1 ballot. You can never predict this wacky game, and that is especially true in our conference of conferences. As always, feel free to comment, criticize, opine, and/or politicize.

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1


LSU

+1

Quietly, el Sombrero has the best offense in the Southeastern Conference.

2


Alabama

-1

The Tide looked beatable for the first time this season against the 'Cats.

3


Georgia

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Georgia is in the need of some statement-making this weekend against the hapless Vols.

4


Florida

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Hey, Timmy, remember how no one was gonna work harder than you the rest of the season? You promised through your tears. I guess your tear-stained false hope only counts during the fourth quarter. Sarah Jessica Parker Wilson didn't need the fourth quarter to embarrass Arkansas; why did you?

5


Vanderbilt

+1

Well damn... With the worst offense in the conference and the 2nd to worst defense, how in the hell is this happening?

6


Auburn

-1

Has Tuberville lost control on the plains? While other teams are attempting to answer the questions that plague them, Auburn seems to be turning in their scantron without even taking the time to bubble the "C."

7


Kentucky

+1

They wouldn't beat Auburn, but they would beat South Carolina. That's why they're where they are on our ballot.

8


South Carolina

+1

Is Chris Smelley good, or did Steve Spurrier know Nix's D better than he did?

9


Ole Miss

-2

So that's why they don't like Tyrone Nix in South Carolina. While it is a HDN mainstay which drives the Hogs crazy, this team truly does need to stop beating itself.

10


Tennessee

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Tennessee is a hop, skip, and a jump away from being the worst team in the conference. Wrap your brain around that one for a second.

11


Mississippi State

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Retains the honor of neighboring the 'Hogs until they give us the pleasure of watching Fulmer get Croomed.

12


Arkansas

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Arkansas' season has gotten so bad that public libraries around the Southeast are blocking their athletic website for containing lewd and offensive content.