SEC Football 2014 post-spring power rankings

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Apr 19, 2014; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn leads the team through Tiger Walk prior to the start of the A-Day spring game at Jordan Hare Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Reed-USA TODAY Sports

Spring practice is officially over across college football so now that the dust has settled it is time to assess where each team stands heading into the summer. We will start with the Southeastern Conference where the Auburn Tigers won the conference last year after defeating the Missouri Tigers in the SEC Championship Game in a meeting of two surprise teams.

At this time last year, both teams were likely in the bottom third of power rankings such as these, so if your team is ranked a little lower than you would like, don’t worry because there is still plenty of time for these teams to answer the questions that weren’t answered in the spring and for some key members from the year’s recruiting class to arrive this summer to provide some help.

Here is how the 14 teams in the SEC rank after spring practice. After you scroll through the rankings you can voice your opinion in the comments section below with your thoughts on who you think is ranked too high or too low.

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