SEC Power Rankings: 2014-15 college basketball predictions

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Mar 13, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; An interior view of the court in Bridgestone Arena before a game between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Mississippi State Bulldogs during the first round of the SEC tournament at Bridgestone Arena. Mandatory Credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

Is it March yet?

Ok, we’ll wait. But in the meantime, Fall is quickly approaching, students are moving into dorms, football practices are about to turn into football games, and that means the 2014-15 college basketball season is not far behind.

What better way to get prepared for the upcoming slate of games than to begin with some Power Rankings, conference-by-conference, with some preseason predictions on how each league will stack up.

The SEC will once again provide some of the best basketball in the nation, and this season it will come from more than just the Kentucky Wildcats and Florida Gators. While those two squads are still going to be power-players in both the conference and the nation, some of the other SEC teams will be providing a lot of depth, making the SEC one of the better overall conferences in the nation this year.

So outside of Kentucky and Florida, what will the SEC offer, and can any of the teams who began to surge towards the end of the 2013-14 season make a run at toppling the Wildcats and Gators?

With recruiting classes yet to be complete, and rosters far from being set, this is a look at what we know the teams have coming back, their coaches, their now known schedules, and a bit of crystal ball gazing.

Southeastern Conference fans, let the SEC Power Rankings begin.

(Records in parentheses are from 2013-14 season)

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