Cole Cubelic is out with his weekly SEC offensive line rankings, and the SEC Network college football analyst has put Georgia at the top of his list following the Week 10 slate.

Here is how the former Auburn offensive center ranked them:

  1. Georgia
  2. Alabama
  3. Missouri
  4. Ole Miss
  5. Florida

The Bulldogs at No. 1 is well deserved after a tremendous rushing performance against South Carolina on Nov. 28. Georgia rolled up 332 yards on the ground, easily its highest output of the year. However, the Dawgs will not have a chance to build on that performance against a winless Vanderbilt team as the game between the 2 teams set for Saturday has been postponed.

Meanwhile, Alabama will be licking its chops against an LSU team that has come nowhere close to the championship form it enjoyed in 2019. The Crimson Tide did allow 2 sacks of Mac Jones, but ran the ball effectively—5.3 yards a carry—while Jones was given plenty of time to connect with his favorite receiver, DeVonta Smith, who had yet another monster day.

Mizzou also made the list after a tremendous day by Larry Rountree III against Vanderbilt on Saturday (21 carries, 160 yards, 3 touchdowns). Ole Miss, who stood strong in support of Matt Corral (385 yards, 2 touchdowns), and Florida, who yielded just 1 sack as Kyle Trask threw for 3 touchdowns, rounded out the top 5.