Kevin Brockway's SEC power ratings

Gators guard Michael Frazier II reacts after making a 3-point shot against Missouri on Tuesday at the O'Connell Center. Florida defeated the visiting Tigers, 68-58.

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Published: Friday, February 7, 2014 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 11:01 p.m.

1. Florida: 20-2 best start since 2005-06 national title team.

2. Kentucky: Still unbeaten at Rupp following 80-64 win v. Ole Miss.

3. LSU: Starting to come together, have won four of last five.

4. Ole Miss: Marshall Henderson took 18 of Rebels' 52 shot attempts in loss at Kentucky.

5. Tennessee: Virginia non-conference win good, loss to Vanderbilt bad.

6. Missouri: Eye test says they're better, but 4-5 in SEC.

7. Vanderbilt: Have won four in a row with depleted roster.

8. Arkansas: Third season not the charm for Mike Anderson.

9. Georgia: Coming back to earth after hot league start.

10. Texas A&M: Mississippi State win snapped five-game losing streak.

11. Alabama: Reeling Tide take three-game losing streak into Florida game.

12. Auburn: With three straight wins, there's hope on The Plains.

13. Mississippi State: Like the toughness, need more talent.

14. South Carolina: Home loss to Auburn a low point for Gamecocks.

— Power ratings are through Wednesday night's games

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