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LSU moved up from No. 10 to No. 5 in the latest SEC Power Rankings from ESPN after beating Florida 17-16 last week in Gainesville.

The Gators dropped one spot to No. 6 after the loss.

5. LSU (4-2): The Tigers squeaked out a 17-16 road win at Florida in a game they absolutely had to have. This team hasn't solved all its issues, but LSU showed some progress offensively and has some positivity to build on in the short term.
Complete Power Rankings:
1. Alabama (6-0)
2. Georgia (6-0)
3. Auburn (5-1)
4. Texas A&M (4-2)
5. LSU (4-2)
6. Florida (3-2)
7. Kentucky (5-1)
8. South Carolina (4-2)
9. Mississippi State (3-2)
10. Vanderbilt (3-3)
11. Arkansas (2-3)
12. Tennessee (3-2)
13. Ole Miss (2-3)
14. Missouri (1-4)
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Kentucky gets no respect
Reply6 days
How bad is the Sec when this LSU team is seen as the 5th best team?Good God.
Reply7 days
Wait we are ranked no.5 while Miss State who smashed our arse are ranked no.9? Lol @ this ranking
Reply7 days
Moving on up!
Reply7 days
Wow, this is so meaningful
Reply7 days
How good is Kentucky? I don't usually keep up with them very closely but recall that their only loss was by 1 in a game they gave away.
Reply7 days
the league is soooooooo top heavy
Reply7 days
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