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SEC Standings: Georgia Bulldogs Making A Run In The East, The West Is Auburn's To Lose

After jolting the Kentucky Wildcats to extend their winning streak to three, the Georgia Bulldogs have about as good a shot at the SEC East title as anybody else does. With two tough conference games left, against the Florida Gators and Auburn Tigers, the Dawgs have their work cut out for them (whatever that means), but do need a little help. Ironically, from the Florida Gators.

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The South Carolina Gamecocks' only remaining road conference game is against Florida. If Georgia upsets Auburn and beats Florida, the Dawgs will still need Carolina to lose twice. The 'Cocks home game against the Arkansas Razorbacks might be one, and their trip to Gainesville could be another. This is presuming the Tennessee Volunteers don't trip up the Ol' Ball Coach's boys in the meantime.

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In the West, Auburn has a road trip to Ole Miss, who has yet to pull off one of their annual WTF upsets, the aforementioned Georgia game, and what could be the biggest Iron Bowl in many years -- unless the Alabama Crimson Tide slip at LSU or against Mississippi State, that game will decide the SEC Championship Game's favorite.

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Southeastern Conference Standings

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(updated 10.24.2010 at 2:58 AM EDT)

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East Conf Overall
W L W L
South Carolina Gamecocks3252
Georgia Bulldogs3344
Florida Gators2343
Vanderbilt Commodores1325
Kentucky Wildcats1444
Tennessee Volunteers0425
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West Conf Overall
W L W L
Auburn Tigers5080
Alabama Crimson Tide4171
LSU Tigers4171
Mississippi St. Bulldogs2262
Arkansas Razorbacks2252
Mississippi Rebels1334
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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.