Texas A&M falls to No. 7 in SEC Country Power Rankings
Texas A&M lost to Ole Miss 23-3 on Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. With the loss being their second of the season–both conference losses– the slide continues for the Aggies as they fell to the seventh spot in this week’s Official SEC Country Power Poll.
The Aggies (5-2, 2-2 SEC) enter Week 9 trailing Georgia by two points in the latest round of voting, while accumulating 127 total points. Texas A&M was No. 2 at one point this season after starting the year with five straight wins, including two impressive victories over Arizona State and Mississippi State.
Ole Miss’s win at home impressed the voters enough to help the Rebels climb up in the rankings from sixth last week to fourth place this week with 164 points.
Texas A&M will play host to 12th-ranked South Carolina on Halloween. The Gamecocks jumped Vanderbilt in this week’s rankings after a win over the Commodores, who now hold the No. 13 ranking.
Check out how the rest of the conference fared below:
|1||Louisiana State (7-0)||219||15||1||2||1|
|5||Mississippi State (6-2)||149||0||3||7||5|
|7||Texas A&M (5-2)||127||0||5||8||4|
|12||South Carolina (3-4)||19||0||12||14||13|
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)