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Breaking down the SEC standings coming out of Week 8

As Week 8 of the college football season comes to a close, we break down the standings as the SEC starts to look to Week 9.

The Southeastern Conference logo on Dudley Field prior to a game between the Vanderbilt Commodores and LSU Tigers, October 3, 2020 at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Photo by Matthew Maxey/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Week 8 of the college football season is underway, and the SEC has a light schedule this weekend. Alabama is the only one of its four ranked teams in action, and we only have four games in total. Auburn-Ole Miss played at noon, and with the help of a controversial replay booth call Auburn came away with a 35-28 victory.

Alabama-Tennessee gets underway at 3:30, Kentucky-Missouri kicks off at 4, and South Carolina-LSU wraps up the day with kickoff at 7. Alabama then whipped Tennessee yet again, this time it was 48-17 in Knoxville. And Missouri got their second win with a 20-10 victory over Kentucky.

And finally LSU got back on track with a 52-24 win over South Carolina, putting Will Muschamp right back on the hotseat.

We’ll be updating the standings throughout the rest of the Saturday:

SEC East standings

Georgia Bulldogs: 3-1
Florida Gators: 2-1
Missouri Tigers: 2-2
South Carolina Gamecocks: 2-3
Kentucky Wildcats: 2-3
Tennessee Volunteers: 2-3
Vanderbilt Commodores: 0-3

SEC West standings

Alabama Crimson Tide: 5-0
Texas A&M Aggies: 3-1
Auburn Tigers: 3-2
Arkansas Razorbacks: 2-2
LSU Tigers: 2-2
Mississippi State Bulldogs: 1-4
Ole Miss Rebels: 1-3