ATLANTA, GA -- The mighty Southeastern Conference has six schools in the Top 25, with Alabama and LSU atop the rankings and the toast of college football once again.
An impressive eight SEC teams have managed to break into the Top 25.
But while it seems everyone in the SEC is enjoying success, the bottom half of the league has had some downright embarrassing moments.
Louisiana-Monroe shocked Arkansas and had Auburn on the ropes while Western Kentucky stunned Kentucky in overtime. Mississippi was crushed 66-31 by No. 14 Texas; the Rebels haven't given up that many points since 1917.
Still, the SEC continues to roll along. The league has more teams in the Top 25 than any other conference. When one SEC team drops out of the rankings, another pops in.
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