Georgia Bulldogs: SEC East Power Rankings, Week 7

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Oct 10, 2015; Knoxville, TN, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back Sony Michel (1) runs the ball against the Tennessee Volunteers during the first half at Neyland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia Bulldogs lose again to an SEC team, falling to the Tennessee Volunteers, 38-31. How will this impact the SEC East Power Rankings before Week 7?

Five of the seven teams in the SEC East were active in Week 6, with both Vanderbilt and Kentucky on bye weeks. We saw the Georgia Bulldogs drop their second consecutive game, as the Dawgs fell to the Tennessee Volunteers, 38-31, losing RB Nick Chubb in the process.

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The Florida Gators handled the Missouri Tigers, 21-3 to move to 6-0, but will be without starting QB Will Grier as the NCAA suspended the RS Freshman for violating the performance enhancing drug policy.

The other team playing in Week 6 is dealing with so much adversity in 2015. South Carolina had to play a home game in Death Valley and got to face Heisman front-runner RB Leonard Fournette, losing to the Bayou Bengals, 45-24.

Basically, the SEC East is WIDE OPEN entering the Week 7 slate of games. Let’s see how the East shakes out entering the Third Saturday in October.

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