LSU tumbles down SEC Country Power Rankings
LSU fell to sixth in the Week 13 version of the SEC Country Power Poll. Three weeks ago, the Tigers were atop the rankings.
A three-game losing streak can be blamed for LSU’s diminished ranking. The Tigers have lost by double digits to Alabama, Arkansas and Ole Miss and haven’t been competitive for much of those contests.
LSU earned 121 points in the latest SEC Country Power Poll, tied with Tennessee and Texas A&M. The highest vote LSU received from our experts was fourth place, while at least one had the Tigers as low as ninth.
The Tigers will attempt to salvage a respectable campaign in the regular-season finale against Texas A&M at Tiger Stadium. The Aggies were ranked eighth in the Power Poll.
Check out the entire poll below:
|4||Mississippi State (8-3)||165||0||2||6||8|
|T-6||Texas A&M (8-3)||121||0||4||10||9|
|14||South Carolina (3-8)||0||0||14||14||14|
Here is this week’s voting roster:
Adam Sparks (Nashville Tennessean)
Anthony Chiang (Palm Beach Post)
Aaron Suttles (Tuscaloosa News)
Bill Bender (Sporting News)
Bob Holt (Arkansas Democrat)
Chip Towers (Atlanta Journal-Constitution & DawgNation)
Dana Sulonen (Opelika-Auburn News)
Dave Matter (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
David Cloninger (The State)
Dustin Dopirak (Knoxville Sentinel)
Jen Smith (Lexington Herald)
Joel Coleman (Starkville Daily News)
John Davis (Oxford Citizen)
Richard Croome (Bryan-College Station Eagle)
Scott Rabalais (Baton Rouge Advocate)
Tom Fornelli (CBS Sports)
Zac Ellis (Sports Illustrated)