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SEC Football Standings – Week 14


SEC football standings for Week 14 of the season. Alabama handled business in the Iron Bowl, while Kentucky and Vanderbilt pulled massive upsets.


Little has changed at the top of the SEC football standings, as, for the 12th time this season, Alabama handled its business. The Crimson Tide made short order of a banged up Auburn squad, 30-12, in the Iron Bowl, and enter the SEC Championship Game rolling.

Elsewhere in the conference, two of the league’s perennial bottom-feeders pulled off monumental upsets. Having already locked up a bowl berth and playing for little more than pride, Kentucky got the better of Louisville, 41-38, and avenged last season’s collapse. The Wildcats might have also prevented Lamar Jackson from winning the Heisman after forcing four turnovers. Vanderbilt effectively locked up a bowl berth (though the Commodores might have made it based on APR) with win No. 6 on the season, a victory made even sweeter considering it was at home against rival Tennessee, 45-34.

Things didn’t go so well for a handful of schools playing in-state rivals. SEC East champion Florida gave even more credence to the notion that the division is a paper tiger after getting thumped, 31-13, by Florida State. Georgia lost by one point, 28-27, Between the Hedges to Georgia Tech. And South Carolina was atomized by Clemson, 56-7.

Below are complete SEC football standings for Week 14.

Week 14 SEC Football Standings

East

Florida (6-2 Conference, 8-3 Overall)
Tennessee (4-4, 8-4)
Georgia (4-4, 7-5)
Kentucky (4-4, 7-5)
South Carolina (3-5, 6-6)
Vanderbilt (3-5, 6-6)
Missouri 2-6, 4-8)

West

Alabama (8-0 Conference, 12-0 Overall)
Auburn (5-3, 8-4)
LSU (5-3, 7-4)
Texas A&M (4-4, 8-4)
Arkansas (3-5, 7-5)
Mississippi State (3-5, 5-7)
Ole Miss (2-6, 5-7)

MORE: 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 14

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