- Ole Miss - The Rebels had a lot of trouble with Vanderbilt, but the SEC is weird so far this year, so I think it still makes sense to list them #1.
- Georgia - Be prepared to hear about the Nick Chubb vs. Derrick Henry matchup roughly 500 times this week.
- Alabama - Louisiana-Monroe ran 74 plays. That yielded 92 yards of offense. On behalf of Ole Miss fans everywhere, I'm really sorry to have done that to you, citizens of Monroe.
- LSU - LSU passed for over 100 yards this week! It can be done! The funny thing is LSU may just not need it to happen very often.
- Florida - It's looking more and more like Will Muschamp was just in waaaaay over his head at Florida.
- Texas A&M - An overtime win over Arkansas isn't doing much to deafen the cries of the Aggie doubters.
- Mississippi State - The Bulldogs did what they needed to against Auburn, but if that offense can't start producing more with a preseason All-SEC quarterback, Dan Mullen is going to have some difficult questions to answer.
- Tennessee - Joshua Dobbs led the team in passing, rushing, and receiving against Florida. Unfortunately for the Vols, his team-leading passing total was 83 yards.
- Kentucky - Kentucky may just go bowling. Embrace this moment.
- Arkansas - Arkansas averaged 5.5 yards per carry and led the time of possession 40-20 but still lost. Football is weird.
- Vanderbilt - I honestly believe the Vanderbilt defense is in the top half of the league. Luckily for Ole Miss the Commodore offense just isn't good.
- Missouri - Missouri managed just 338 yards of offense against the VAUNTED Kentucky defense. Oh to be a member of the SEC East.
- Auburn - Please keep starting Sean White. He's definitely the answer... especially against Ole Miss.
South Carolina - Gamecock fans can celebrate a big-time comeback win against 0-4 UCF. At one point, SC had managed the ever-elusive five point total.
SEC Power Poll: Yes, Ole Miss is still No. 1 in Week 4
The Rebels didn't win in style, but they did win. That's still good for something.