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Week 4 SEC Power Ranking: Big Move From MSU, Ole Miss No. 1

Screen Shot 2014-09-22 at 11.02.32 AMMany “adjustments” occurred in Week 3 as the Mississippi State Bulldogs and Arkansas Razorbacks made the greatest climbs as LSU, Missouri and Florida dropped back.

Ole Miss senior quarterback Bo Wallace threw for 316 yards against ULL Saturday afternoon in Oxford. / Photo by Andy Knef
Rebels get back to work on Saturday against Memphis.

The biggest matchup by far was the MSU-LSU contest. The Dawgs went into Death Valley where they hadn’t won since 1991 and “manhandled” LSU throughout the entire game. It was clearly one of MSU’s biggest wins in the history of the school! Basically they have destroyed LSU’s season by exposing many weaknesses and have eliminated the Bengals from any possibility to win the West. On the other hand, the Dawgs are for real! My hat is off to them as it’s always enjoyable to see a sound underdog prevail in such a convincing way. Hail State!
Getting back to the rest of the league, Ole Miss was off so now the Rebs enter the most difficult part of their schedule starting with Memphis. A&M continued to roll over nonranked SMU and Bama looked so-so defeating the weakest Gator team in memory. Auburn struggled on the road, but won and Arkansas continues to improve. Their match-up this week against A&M will be the featured league game.
In summary, the “dog pound” was rocking in Starkville and heads lowered in Tigerland. This is what makes college football so outstanding. You just never know!
Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss CommunicationsSteve Vassallo is a HottyToddy.com contributor. Steve writes on Ole Miss athletics, Oxford business, politics and other subjects. He is an Ole Miss grad and former radio announcer for the basketball team. In addition, he is a certified economic and community developer and currently, a highly successful leader in the real estate business with Premier Properties of Oxford. Steve’s lifelong dream has been to live in Oxford full-time. “I am now living my dream daily as is my wife Rosie, who works with the Oxford Chamber of Commerce,” Steve said. You can contact Steve at sovassallo@gmail.com or call him at 985-852-7745.

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