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After an impressive 45-21 victory over Auburn on Saturday, LSU has moved up to No. 2 in the latest ESPN SEC Power Rankings.

Ole Miss landed at No. 1 after beating Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

1. Ole Miss Rebels (3-0)
2. LSU Tigers (2-0)
3. Georgia Bulldogs (3-0)
4. Texas A&M Aggies (3-0)
5. Alabama Crimson Tide (2-1)
6. Tennessee Volunteers (2-1)
7. Florida Gators (3-0)
8. Mississippi State Bulldogs (2-1)
9. Auburn Tigers (2-1)
10. Missouri Tigers (3-0)
11. Kentucky Wildcats (2-1)
12: Arkansas Razorbacks (1-2)
13. South Carolina Gamecocks (1-2)
14. Vanderbilt Commodores (1-2)

2. LSU Tigers (2-0): Who needs to throw the ball when Leonard Fournette runs like that? This team is talented across the board, and it showed Saturday in its 45-21 domination of Auburn. The defense is stout, the running game is dominant and Brandon Harris took care of the ball. The Tigers have played only two games, but they've beaten two SEC West teams and look the part right now.
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How can Ole Miss be at the top of the "SEC" power rankings after playing only one SEC game?
Reply67 months
These last 2 weeks makes up for all of last year. Great job Tigers.
Reply67 months
I think this is a realistic ranking.
Reply67 months
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