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Lars Anderson
August 20, 2007
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CONFERENCE OVERALL
W-L PCT W-L PCT
EAST
FLORIDA 7?1 .875 11?1 .917
TENNESSEE 6?2 .750 9?3 .750
GEORGIA 4?4 .500 8?4 .667
SOUTH CAROLINA 3?5 .375 7?5 .583
KENTUCKY 2?6 .250 5?7 .417
VANDERBILT 2?6 .250 5?7 .417
WEST
LSU 8?0 1.000 12?0 1.000
ARKANSAS 5?3 .625 9?3 .750
AUBURN 5?3 .625 9?3 .750
ALABAMA 4?4 .500 7?5 .583
MISSISSIPPI 2?6 .250 5?7 .417
MISSISSIPPI STATE 0?8 .000 2?10 .167

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

HOW THEY'LL FINISH

Conference championship game: Dec. 1 in Atlanta LSU over Florida

PLAYERS TO WATCH Top performers from unranked teams in the conference

Tony Burks, WR MISSISSIPPI STATE

The 6' 4'', 217-pound senior averaged an SEC-best 24.3 yards a catch on 35 receptions in 2006 and should improve in his second season with the Bulldogs' West Coast attack.

Jonathan Goff, LB VANDERBILT

A two-year captain, Goff has started 27 straight games. Last year he led the Commodores in tackles, with 93, and he ranks third among active SEC players, with 194 career stops.

Blake Mitchell, QB SOUTH CAROLINA

After a midseason benching that lasted seven games, Mitchell, now a senior, ended 2006 on a roll, throwing for four touchdowns in a victory over Houston in the Liberty Bowl.

Andre Smith, LT ALABAMA

The 6' 4'', 348-pound sophomore, who started every game as a true freshman, possesses a rare combination of power and quickness and is arguably the Crimson Tide's best player.

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