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2009 SEC WEST Football Rankings - How do you rank 'em?
So, now we know who's going pro ... the only left is the recruiting class.  That said, at this point, how do you rank the SEC West next year? 
| Closed on 02/01/09 at 09:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | NCAAF, SEC | Opinion List
Teams:  Arkansas Razorbacks | Alabama Crimson Tide | Auburn Tigers | Mississippi Rebels | Mississippi St. Bulldogs | SEC
Team Breakout:
Rank30 FansAvg (1st)
1.Alabama Crimson Tide5.3 (16)
2.LSU Tigers5.2 (9)
3.Ole Miss Rebels4.2 (5)
4.Auburn Tigers2.9
5.Arkansas Razorbacks2.3
6.Mississippi St Bulldogs1.3

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#5 | 2082 days ago

Gotta go with LSU in the West, with a strong push by Ole Miss.  Miss St. is in a shambles, don't know what's up with Arkansas, and Auburns offense is inept.  'Bama will still be 'Bama on defense, but no offense.  Ole Miss's stock stayed high when that "D" lineman stayed in school and recruits are rated top ten.  LSU made a big stride in claiming SEC West by hiring John Chavis as DC.  His defense at UT this past season was ranked top five...on a bad team!  Imagine what he can do at LSU!  On offense, Brandon LaFell has withdrawn from the NFL draft to stay in school, with Charles Scott and Ciron Black not declaring to go.  As for QB, I think Jordan Jefferson is the answer.  Jarrett Lee might as well transfer also with Hatch.  The two freshman QB's coming in are already enrolled and in class.  And Russell Sheppard and Chris Garrett will definately push Jefferson to get better or they'll take the starting job from him.  Rest of incoming class will push starters also, as ESPN150 has it rated at #2. All in all, looking good for the Tigers.
1. LSU Tigers  2. Ole Miss Rebels  3. Alabama Crimson Tide  4. Auburn Tigers  5. Arkansas Razorbacks  6. Mississippi St Bulldogs  
  
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#1 | 2083 days ago

I wanted to pick LSU, but I just don't know how the QB situation is going to play out.

1. Alabama Crimson Tide  2. LSU Tigers  3. Ole Miss Rebels  4. Auburn Tigers  5. Arkansas Razorbacks  6. Mississippi St Bulldogs  
#2 | 2083 days ago

jerryyelverton wrote:

I wanted to pick LSU, but I just don't know how the QB situation is going to play out.

 I wanted to pick LSU too, but we just dont know whats going to become of the QB Position. Jefferson showed some signs of greatness, Jarrett Lee is kind of vanilla at QB, and Andrew Hatch is going back to Harvard.
1. Alabama Crimson Tide  2. LSU Tigers  3. Ole Miss Rebels  4. Auburn Tigers  5. Arkansas Razorbacks  6. Mississippi St Bulldogs  
#3 | 2083 days ago

With a little luck, Ole Miss could be playing for the SEC title.
1. Alabama Crimson Tide  2. Ole Miss Rebels  3. LSU Tigers  4. Auburn Tigers  5. Arkansas Razorbacks  6. Mississippi St Bulldogs  
#4 | 2083 days ago

jerryyelverton wrote:

I wanted to pick LSU, but I just don't know how the QB situation is going to play out.

Unfortunately Alabama has a unknown when it comes to QB and has a very young team, and lost a few coaches. To be honest Ole Miss is a rising force and believe me I hate to say that. LSU the QB situation leaves a lot of ?. Basically it is really too early to tell IMHO this should have waited until after the spring games.
1. Alabama Crimson Tide  2. Ole Miss Rebels  3. LSU Tigers  4. Arkansas Razorbacks  5. Auburn Tigers  6. Mississippi St Bulldogs  
#5 | 2082 days ago

Gotta go with LSU in the West, with a strong push by Ole Miss.  Miss St. is in a shambles, don't know what's up with Arkansas, and Auburns offense is inept.  'Bama will still be 'Bama on defense, but no offense.  Ole Miss's stock stayed high when that "D" lineman stayed in school and recruits are rated top ten.  LSU made a big stride in claiming SEC West by hiring John Chavis as DC.  His defense at UT this past season was ranked top five...on a bad team!  Imagine what he can do at LSU!  On offense, Brandon LaFell has withdrawn from the NFL draft to stay in school, with Charles Scott and Ciron Black not declaring to go.  As for QB, I think Jordan Jefferson is the answer.  Jarrett Lee might as well transfer also with Hatch.  The two freshman QB's coming in are already enrolled and in class.  And Russell Sheppard and Chris Garrett will definately push Jefferson to get better or they'll take the starting job from him.  Rest of incoming class will push starters also, as ESPN150 has it rated at #2. All in all, looking good for the Tigers.
1. LSU Tigers  2. Ole Miss Rebels  3. Alabama Crimson Tide  4. Auburn Tigers  5. Arkansas Razorbacks  6. Mississippi St Bulldogs  
#6 | 2080 days ago
frances3497 (+)

i ab-solutely LOVE lsu!!!
i think that they will be better in 2009 than 2008. only because they will have practiced more.  
i really dont know though because i dont exactly keep up with stats and stuff like that  
1. LSU Tigers  2. Auburn Tigers  3. Alabama Crimson Tide  4. Arkansas Razorbacks  5. Mississippi St Bulldogs  6. Ole Miss Rebels  

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