SEC finishes with seven teams ranked in Coaches’ Poll

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The final USA Today Coaches’ Poll has been released, and like the AP Poll, seven SEC teams rank in the top 25.

Auburn, South Carolina, Missouri and Alabama all finish ranked in the top 10, while LSU, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt round out the top 25.

RELATED: Final AP Top 25

Here is the final coaches’ poll:

1. Florida State
2. Auburn
3. Michigan State
4. South Carolina
5. Missouri
6. Oklahoma
7. Clemson
8. Alabama
9. Oregon
10. Stanford
10. Ohio State
12. UCF
13. Baylor
14. LSU
15. Louisville
16. UCLA
17. Oklahoma State
18. Texas A&M
19. Southern Cal
20. Arizona State
21. Wisconsin
22. Duke
23. Vanderbilt
24. Notre Dame
25. Nebraska

Photo Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

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  • That would actually be 5 SEC teams and 5 Big 12 teams. It takes a minimum of 4 years separation to be declared a full fledged member of a conference. A&M and Mizzou are playing with Big 12 recruited players from Big 12 country. Stoops has it right – look at what A&M and Mizzou have done since they started playing an SEC schedule; improved their record while playing SEC teams as opposed to having to play Big 12 teams. And look at the beat down the Sooners laid on Alabummer. No way Bama should’ve been ranked in the Top 10, not after getting thrashed like that.

    • Boomer, it’s easy to win a college football game, when the QB, on the other teams, throws three interceptions, and gives up a fumble, for 28 ponts. I would say, Alabama, gave that game away.

  • How convenient you get to make up the rules as you go along Boomer. They might be playing with so called Big 12 players, but they are playing SEC big boy football. Step up or step aside. They both stepped up.

  • Bloomer: try not to forget as soon as the recruits heard A&M and Mizz where headed to the SEC they started recruiting better players 2 years ago.