SEC power ratings

Published: Friday, January 25, 2013 at 7:00 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 9:13 p.m.

1. Florida: Gators survive first-half scare at Georgia.

2. Ole Miss: Leads SEC in scoring at 82.3 points per game.

3. Alabama: Big jump for Anthony Grant's team after comeback win against Kentucky.

4. Missouri: Trying to tread water until leading scorer Laurence Bowers returns.

5. Kentucky: Lack of depth, quality guard play really hurting Wildcats.

6. Arkansas: Hogs 3-0 in the SEC at home, 0-2 on the road.

7. Texas A&M: Hard team to figure out, beats Kentucky on the road, then falls at LSU.

8. Tennessee: Jordan McRae (13.8 ppg) emerging for team that lacks scoring punch.

9. Vanderbilt: Much-needed home win against Auburn restores some lost confidence.

10. Auburn: Lopsided home loss to Kentucky carried over into performance at Vandy.

11. Mississippi State: Averaging an SEC-worst 17.9 turnovers per game.

12. South Carolina: Playing hard and tough, but moral victories can only take you so far.

13. Georgia: Dawgs playing a little better with fourth-year coach Mark Fox on the hot seat.

14. LSU: After 0-4 league start, coach Johnny Jones got his first SEC win over Texas A&M.

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