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LSU remains the No. 1 team in the latest ESPN SEC Power Rankings after Saturday 45-24 victory over South Carolina.

1. LSU (5-0): The Tigers were the better team Saturday and played like it, rolling up 624 offensive yards en route to a 45-24 win over South Carolina. Two LSU players hit the 150-yard mark rushing (Derrius Guice with 161 and Leonard Fournette with 158), but quarterback Brandon Harris' career-high 228-yard passing performance was perhaps most encouraging, as this team will need him to effectively throw the ball later in the season as games get bigger.
1. LSU (5-0)
2. Texas A&M (5-0)
3. Alabama (5-1)
4. Florida (6-0)
5. Ole Miss (5-1)
6. Mississippi State (4-2)
7. Kentucky (4-1)
8. Tennessee (3-3)
9. Georgia (4-2)
10. Missouri (4-2)
11. Arkansas (2-4)
12. Auburn (3-2)
13. South Carolina (2-4)
14. Vanderbilt (2-3)
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Life is good for us LSU and Les miles fans !
Reply66 months
5 of top 6 SEC West and LSU on top of that. Life is good.
Reply66 months
Auburn third to last is four spots too high.
Reply66 months
Auburn third to last is four spots too high.
Reply66 months
That and why the hell is Texas A&M #2? Who have they played to warrant that?
Reply66 months
What exactly is the argument for having Bama ahead of Florida?
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