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We don't have to tell you what happened in last season's Iron Bowl. Has Alabama rebounded enough to be considered the top team in the SEC? Or is Auburn the best until further notice? Click on the images below to set your rankings!

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2014 SEC football teams

Alabama

Alabama

2013 overall: 11-2
2013 SEC: 7-1

Arkansas

Arkansas

2013 overall: 3-9
2013 SEC: 0-8

Auburn

Auburn

2013 overall: 12-2
2013 SEC: 7-1

Florida

Florida

2013 overall: 4-8
2013 SEC: 3-5

Georgia

Georgia

2013 overall: 8-5
2013 SEC: 5-3

Kentucky

Kentucky

2013 overall: 2-10
2013 SEC: 0-8

LSU

LSU

2013 overall: 10-3
2013 SEC: 5-3

Mississippi State

Mississippi State

2013 overall: 7-6
2013 SEC: 3-5

Missouri

Missouri

2013 overall: 12-2
2013 SEC: 7-1

Ole Miss

Ole Miss

2013 overall: 8-5
2013 SEC: 3-5

South Carolina

South Carolina

2013 overall: 11-2
2013 SEC: 6-2

Tennessee

Tennessee

2013 overall: 5-7
2013 SEC: 2-6

Texas A&M

Texas A&M

2013 overall: 9-4
2013 SEC: 4-4

Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt

2013 overall: 9-4
2013 SEC: 4-4

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Georgia Southern upsets Florida

Despite having a grand total of 0 passing yards, Georgia Southern upset Florida on Saturday. The loss, Florida's first to a lower-division school, drops the Gators to 4-7 on the year and ensures the school's first losing record since 1979. Is head coach Will Muschamp on his way out? Does Florida have any shot against Florida State next weekend?

  • Will Will Muschamp be the head coach at Florida next season?

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  • Are Florida's injuries a legitimate excuse for losing to Georgia Southern?

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  • How will the Gators fare against Florida State next weekend?

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  • Which of these conferences is the best in college football?

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CFB: (22) Florida at (14) Missouri

What a week for the Missouri Tigers. On one hand, they traveled to Georgia and beat the Bulldogs, catapulting them up the rankings and keeping them undefeated. On the other, they lost quarterback James Franklin for at least a few weeks, putting their fledgling SEC East title hopes in jeopardy. Speaking of SEC East title hopes, the Florida Gators' took a hit with an uninspiring loss to the LSU Tigers a week ago. Which team leaves better off?

Which team will win Saturday's game at Missouri? (12:21 p.m ET, GamePlan/ESPN3)

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  • Is Missouri (6-0, 2-0 SEC) a serious contender in the SEC East without QB James Franklin?

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  • Which team will win the SEC East?

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  • What grade do you give Will Muschamp as Florida Gators coach so far?

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  • When will Florida next contend for a national championship?

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CFB: (17) Florida at (10) LSU

The showdowns keep coming in the SEC, with slots in the title game as hard as ever to snag. This week: Florida, unbeaten in conference play, faces LSU, which lost to Georgia two weeks back. Can the defensively charged Gators slow down the dynamic Tigers?

Which team will win Saturday's game at LSU?

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  • Which team needs the win more?

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  • Which is the better unit?

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  • Is Florida QB Tyler Murphy the real deal?

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  • Whose performance has been more surprising this season?

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  • Which team will win the SEC West?

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  • Which team will win the SEC East?

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  • Does the SEC East winner stand a chance against the SEC West champ (likely Bama, LSU or Texas A&M)?

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  • Which team will win another national championship first?

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Alabama is looking to win a third consecutive national championship, but first things first: Will the Crimson Tide claim another SEC title? And then, of course, there is the Johnny Manziel saga at Texas A&M. Where will the Johnny drama land the Aggies this season? Submit your rankings!

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2013 SEC football teams

Alabama

Alabama

2013 overall: 11-22013 SEC: 7-1

Arkansas

Arkansas

2013 overall: 3-9
2013 SEC: 0-8

Auburn

Auburn

2013 overall: 12-2
2013 SEC: 7-1

Florida

Florida

2013 overall: 4-8
2013 SEC: 3-5

Georgia

Georgia

2013 overall: 8-5
2013 SEC: 5-3

Kentucky

Kentucky

2013 overall: 2-10
2013 SEC: 0-8

LSU

LSU

2013 overall: 10-3
2013 SEC: 5-3

Mississippi State

Mississippi State

2013 overall: 7-6
2013 SEC: 3-5

Missouri

Missouri

2013 overall: 12-2
2013 SEC: 7-1

Ole Miss

Ole Miss

2013 overall: 8-5
2013 SEC: 3-5

South Carolina

South Carolina

2013 overall: 11-2
2013 SEC: 6-2

Tennessee

Tennessee

2013 overall: 5-7
2013 SEC: 2-6

Texas A&M

Texas A&M

2013 overall: 9-4
2013 SEC: 4-4

Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt

2013 overall: 9-4
2013 SEC: 4-4

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