Kevin Brockway's SEC Power Ratings

Florida point guard Scottie Wilbekin celebrates after the Gators' win over Auburn on Feb. 19.

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Published: Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 8:00 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 9:05 p.m.

1. Florida: Gators have won last three by five points or less.

2. Kentucky: Looked underwhelming in overtime win at Rupp vs. LSU.

3. Georgia: After completing Missouri sweep, finally sold on the 'Dogs.

4. Tennessee: Best of the mediocre 7-7 teams.

5. LSU: So close, but couldn't get that signature win at Kentucky.

6. Arkansas: Takes three-game winning streak into rematch with Kentucky.

7. Texas A&M: Sweep of Tennessee gives the Aggies some hope.

8. Missouri: Playing themselves out of an NCAA bid.

9. Ole Miss: Can't rely on Marshall Henderson forever.

10. Vanderbilt: Some good pieces, but not enough depth.

11. Alabama: 0-12 away from Coleman Coliseum.

12. Auburn: Denson and Harrell were a combined 7 of 30 from the floor vs. Vandy.

13. Mississippi State: Nine straight losses, confidence shot.

14. South Carolina: Season can't end soon enough.

— Power ratings are through Tuesday night's games

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