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SEC Power Rankings For Week 4: Vols Suffer Historic Loss

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The SEC Power Rankings for Week 4 are here. Let me say, sometimes I really hate college football.

Regardless, I will persevere. The people deserve what they want.

First, a few notes from the weekend.

The Vols have reached a new level of suck.

Saban and Bama wouldn’t be denied.

Auburn is a total joke, and Malzahn is the punchline. Here are the SEC Power Rankings for Week Four.

1. Alabama Crimson Tide

Yeah, they are good.

Najee Harris is the stuff of nightmares. Mac Jones is making a case for a first-round draft pick.

Also, their defense is stupid dominant. Go ahead and call them the SEC Champions.

I would like to officially apologize as well for the disrespect with last week’s rankings.

2. Georgia Bulldogs

Little brother still isn’t ready to claim the throne. Also, Kirby is a worse version, by the record, of Mark Richt through 50 games.

Somewhere, a Georgia fan just exploded from rage.

Their defense is still good, but Bama’s offense was just that much better.

Stetson Bennett, IV, finally looked like a walk-on. I don’t doubt that the Bulldogs will regroup and finish the year strong.

3. Texas A&M Aggies

The Aggies rolled down to Starkville and took care of business.

The defense only allowed one touchdown per half. Kellen Mond did just enough to help his team win.

The Aggie run game continues to show up and dominate. Jimbo might be able to put together a decent season after all.

4. Arkansas Razorbacks

The Razorbacks wouldn’t be cheated out of a victory this week.

The “Fightin’ Sam Pittmans” derailed the Lane Train and the Rebel offense. The stout Arkansas defense intercepted Matt Corral 6 times on Saturday. The Arkansas run game was the star for the offense running hard against the dominant Arkansas O-line.

5. Florida Gators

The Gators game was postponed due to a COVID outbreak.

This is a picture of their empty stadium because, despite Dan Mullen’s wishes, it will not be full when they play LSU. After all, 2020 sucks.

Florida is still probably good.

6. Kentucky Wildcats

Kentucky managed to ruin a lot of people’s entire weekend, including mine. The Wildcats got their first win in Neyland Stadium since 1984.

To top it off, it was their third largest margin of victory in the history of the series. Their secondary was stingy, and they sliced the Tennessee secondary across the middle.

The front 7 is not as impressive as past iterations, but it was able to keep the pressure on the Vols Quarterbacks.

7. Ole Miss Rebel Sharks

It was a rough day at the office for Matt Corral and the Rebel offense.

The Ole Miss defense continues to be an idea rather than an actual entity. Corral turned the ball over a total of 7 times.

Yikes.

I imagine decision making in the passing game will be a focus in practice this week.

8. Tennessee Volunteers

I really don’t know where to start here.

Jeremy Pruitt is now responsible for the three worst losses in Tennessee school history.

The defense appeared to quit on Saturday after another horrendous performance from QB1. A bright spot was CJP finally pulling his head out of the sand and making a switch at QB.

Whether this sticks or not is yet to be seen; only time will tell.

9. South Carolina Fighting Chickens

South Carolina pulled off a major victory knocking off Auburn. The Gamecocks made easy work of Bo Nix and the Tiger offense.

South Carolina took control in the second half. Muschamp may have just saved his job for at least another year. I want to extend my condolences to the tax-payers of the state of South Carolina.

10. Missouri Tigers

Here we have another empty stadium, also caused by a COVID outbreak. The Tigers game against the Commodores has been rescheduled.

Lucky us.

11. LSU Bayou Bengals

The Tigers were set to play the Gators, but as we know, the Gators were unable.

This game has also been rescheduled.

12. Auburn Tigers

Gus Malzahn continues to build a case for his firing. The Chad Morris led offense has been horrendous thus far.

Bo Nix seems to be regressing. The Auburn defense is not what it’s expected to be.

The wheels are, without a doubt, falling off the “Gus-Bus.”

13. Mississippi State Bulldogs

Once again, the Pirate failed to raid anything as the Bulldogs fell to the Aggies. Poor Brandon Walker, 17 hours driving back to New York singing the Aggie War Hymn every hour on the hour.

However, Mike Leach did pull the trigger and benched Costello for the freshman Will Rogers. It will be intriguing to see how the State offense looks next week after a full week of prep as QB1 for the freshman.

14. Vanderbilt Commodores

Vandy’ stadium was also empty due to a COVID delay. I guess their stadium being empty isn’t really anything new, though.

The Commodores going 0-10 is still the play.

Be sure to check back next week for the latest edition of Fanrun Radio’s SEC Power Rankings.