The college football rankings ahead of the season are about to start dropping from many news outlets. The latest to release its post-spring rankings is College Football News, as it ranked all 131 programs.

The outlet ranks 3 SEC teams in the top 4 — 1. Alabama, 3. Georgia and 4. Texas A&M. Furthermore, 5 other SEC teams are ranked in the top 25 — 14. Florida, 15. Tennessee, 16. Ole Miss, 21. LSU and 25 Kentucky. That’s enough to make Danny Kanell’s head explode.

Arkansas sits just outside the top 25 at No. 26.

Below is the outlet’s skinny on why Alabama ranks ahead of Ohio State:

Here’s the scary part. Last year’s Alabama team wasn’t close to being among Nick Saban’s best, and it was still a Jameson Williams injury away from – very, very arguably – pulling out the national championship.

This year’s team has to replace several stars – what else is new? – but the incoming transfers are great, QB Bryce Young and edge rusher Will Anderson might be the two best players in the country, and now everyone around the program is a wee bit salty after going a whole year without a national title.

Below is where every SEC team ranks ahead of the season, according to College Football News:

1. Alabama Crimson Tide
3. Georgia Bulldogs
4. Texas A&M Aggies
14. Florida Gators
15. Tennessee Volunteers
16. Ole Miss Rebels
21. LSU Tigers
25. Kentucky Wildcats
26. Arkansas Razorbacks
31. Auburn Tigers
34. Mississippi State Bulldogs
36. South Carolina Gamecocks
53. Missouri Tigers
85. Vanderbilt Commodores