Jan 19, 2013; Columbia, SC, USA; Vanderbilt Commodores guard Dai-Jon Parker (24) reacts to a shot during the first half against the South Carolina Gamecocks at the Colonial Center Arena. Mandatory Credit: Curtis Wilson-USA TODAY Sports

Ole Hotty Toddy's SEC Power Rankings 1/22


1. Florida (14-2, 4-0)

The Gators are dominating the league right now, steamrolling their first four SEC opponents by a combined 107 points.

This week: 1/23 @ UGA, 1/26 @ Mississippi State

January 19, 2013; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators guard/forward DeVon Walker (25) dunks the ball after the buzzer sounded to end the game at the Stephen C. O

2. Ole Miss (15-2, 4-0)

The only other undefeated team aside from the Gators, Andy Kennedy’s club has won all four games by double-digits.

This week: 1/24 Tennessee, 1/26 @ Auburn

3. Alabama (11-6, 3-1)

After dropping the opener against Missouri, Alabama has rolled off three straight victories heading into the UK game.

This week: 1/22 Kentucky, 1/26 @ Tennessee

4. Kentucky (12-5, 3-1)

Kicked off 4 out of 5 road trip with a 22-point win at Auburn, will have to continue that play against the Tide on Tuesday.

This week: 1/22 @ Alabama, 1/26 LSU

5. Missouri (12-4, 2-2)

The absence of Laurence Bowers has been huge, he’ll need to stay healthy if they are going to get back on track.

This week: 1/22 South Carolina, 1/26 Vanderbilt

6. Arkansas (11-6, 2-2)

Arkansas kept up with the Rebels for awhile, but talent and experience won out. This is where the dropoff begins.

This week: 1/23 Mississippi State, 1/26 @ South Carolina

7. Texas A&M (12-5, 2-2)

After a huge 83-71 win in Lexington, the Aggies have scored just 47 and 49 points in back-to-back losses.

This week: 1/23 @ LSU, 1/26 UGA

8. Auburn (8-9, 2-2)

The Tigers began the roughest stretch of their season with a 22-point loss at home to Kentucky.

This week: 1/23 @ Vanderbilt, 1/26 Ole Miss

9. Tennessee (9-7, 1-3)

Played Kentucky tough and blew out Mississippi State, big opportunity week ahead for the Vols.

This week: 1/24 @ Ole Miss, 1/26 Alabama

10. Vanderbilt (7-9, 1-3)

The Dores could easily be 3-1 if a call went right against Kentucky and Marshall Henderson’s prayer isn’t answered.

This week: 1/23 Auburn, 1/26 @ Missouri

11. Mississippi State (7-9, 2-2)

Lost by 32 at home to Alabama and by 15 at Tennessee. Things will only get worse with Florida coming to town.

This week: 1/23 @ Arkansas, 1/26 Florida

12. South Carolina (11-6, 1-3)

USC is playing everyone tough this season, the problem? They haven’t played anyone who is tough.

This week: 1/22 @ Missouri, 1/26 Arkansas

13. UGA (7-10, 1-3)

Arguably one of the worst teams in a BCS conference in the country. It’s been a mess in Athens all season.

This week: 1/23 Florida, 1/26 @ Texas A&M

14. LSU (9-6, 0-4)

LSU is the only conference win for both UGA and South Carolina, and they still have Ole Miss, Kentucky, and a pair with Mizzou.

This week: 1/23 Texas A&M, 1/26 @ Kentucky

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