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SEC post-spring power rankings: Georgia fends Texas off for No. 1 spot, Alabama lands outside top three

Here’s how teams in the SEC stack up now that spring practice is in the rearview mirror

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We have officially reached the worst stretch of the year for college football fans as spring practice is in the rearview mirror and fall camp doesn’t start for another three months, at least. The actual season is an agonizingly longer wait away. All we can do at this point is prognosticate and ponder how we think the year will actually unfold before seeing one team suit up against another. Spring does provide plenty of ammunition for predictions and power rankings. 

March and April provided at least a peek at what programs will look like in 2024, and the spring transfer window wasn’t crazy enough to drastically change anything. It helps that a majority of the SEC’s spring games were broadcast, in some form or another, so it was easy to get eyes on the entire conference. 

And what a fun conference it should be in the 2024 season. The always competitive SEC is getting even deeper with the additions of Texas and Oklahoma, who are slated to officially join the league in July. That gives the SEC an absurd amount of top programs and multiple College Football Playoff contenders. 

But how do they all stack up now that spring practice is in the rearview mirror? Let’s have a look. 

SEC post-spring power rankings

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