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ESPN writer Edward Aschoff has LSU as the No. 1 team in his latest SEC Power Rankings.

1. LSU (4-0): The Tigers weren't exactly dominant early in their 44-22 win over Eastern Michigan, but they got out of their lull in the second half. Leonard Fournette hit 233 rushing yards, giving him three straight 200-yard rushing performances. He almost makes you forget that Brandon Harris threw for only 80 yards.
1. LSU (4-0)
2. Texas A&M (5-0)
3. Alabama (4-1)
4. Florida (5-0)
5. Ole Miss (4-1)
6. Georgia (4-1)
7. Mississippi State (3-2)
8. Kentucky (4-1)
9. Missouri (4-1)
10. Arkansas (2-3)
11. Tennessee (2-3)
12. Auburn (3-2)
13. South Carolina (2-3)
14. Vanderbilt (2-3)
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It's not that BH only threw for 80 yards, it's that his receivers only caught 80 yards worth of passes
Reply67 months
4 out of Top 5 are SEC West.
Reply67 months
UF should be #2
Reply67 months
"Moving on up."

Id say that trend is now guaranteed to stop.
Reply67 months
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