The Official SEC Country Power Poll is conducted weekly throughout the college football season.
This weekend marks the 14th poll, featuring a combination of voters from SEC Country and around the country.
For every first-place vote, a team receives 13 points, a second-place vote is 12, third place is 11 on down to a last-place vote which gets you zero votes.
Alabama completed another undefeated regular season finished it with a convincing 54-16 rout of Florida in the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta. Nick Saban’s team has won three consecutive league titles.
The next step for the Crimson Tide: The College Football Playoff semifinals.
As the No. 1 seed, Alabama will play No. 4 Washington on Dec. 31 in the Peach Bowl. The winner plays the Clemson-Ohio State winner Jan. 9, 2017, for the national title.
So naturally, Alabama also is No. 1 in this week’s SEC Country Power Poll.
Florida dropped from No. 3 to No. 4 in this week’s power poll. Auburn remained No. 2 and will play in the Sugar Bowl against Big 12 winner Oklahoma, and LSU moved ahead of Florida to No. 3.
The bottom six teams remained the same with Ole Miss and Missouri finishing 13th and 14th as two of the three teams (Mississippi State is the other) with losing records.
Through 12/03/2016Results are below:
|1||Alabama (14 - 1)||273||21||1||1||1|
|2||Auburn (8 - 5)||233||0||3||2||4|
|3||Florida (9 - 4)||233||0||2||2||5|
|4||LSU (8 - 4)||226||0||4||2||4|
|5||Texas A&M (8 - 5)||174||0||6||5||10|
|6||Tennessee (9 - 4)||150||0||5||5||14|
|7||Kentucky (7 - 6)||132||0||9||6||11|
|8||Arkansas (7 - 6)||131||0||7||4||10|
|9||Georgia (8 - 5)||119||0||8||5||11|
|10||Vanderbilt (6 - 7)||96||0||12||6||13|
|11||Mississippi State (6 - 7)||61||0||13||9||13|
|12||South Carolina (6 - 7)||46||0||11||10||14|
|13||Ole Miss (5 - 7)||23||0||10||11||14|
|14||Missouri (4 - 8)||14||0||14||11||14|
This week's voters:
Adam Sparks (The Tennessean)
Alec Shirkey (SEC Country)
Alex Hickey (SEC Country)
Alex Martin Smith (SEC Country)
Barrett Sallee (Bleacher Report)
Cory McCartney (Fox Sports)
David Caraviello (Post & Courier)
Jason Kersey (SEC Country)
Jeff Drummond (AllWildcats.com)
Joe Mussatto (SEC Country)
Justin Ferguson (SEC Country)
Ken Bradley (SEC Country)
Kyle Tucker (SEC Country)
Marq Burnett (SEC Country)
Michael Bonner (Clarion-Ledger)
Otis Kirk (Hawgs 247)
Parrish Alford (Daily Journal)
Shehan Jeyarajah (SEC Country)
Suzanne Halliburton (Austin American-Statesman)
Travis Reier (BamaOnline)
Zach Abolverdi (SEC Country)