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SEC football standings 2012: Missouri locked in at 5th in East

Missouri will finish fifth in the Eastern Division in its first SEC season.

Joe Robbins

The Missouri Tigers stepped out of conference play Saturday, losing to Syracuse, 31-27. With other results around the conference, the Tigers are assured a fifth-place finish in the Eastern Division in their first SEC season.

Georgia and Florida are both done with conference play for the year, tying for first place at 7-1. The Bulldogs will represent the East in the SEC Championship Game thanks to a 17-9 win over the Gators on Oct. 27. Vanderbilt blew out in-state rival Tennessee, 41-18, Saturday, giving the Commodores their fifth SEC win of the year. It's the first time since 1935 that Vanderbilt has won five conference games in a season.

In the West, Alabama controls the division at 6-1 with only a rivalry game against Auburn left in the regular season. LSU and Texas A&M are tied for second with 5-2 records. Auburn picked up its third win of the season Saturday, a 51-7 victory over Alabama A&M, but the Tigers are still winless in SEC play going into the Iron Bowl against the Crimson Tide.

The complete SEC standings are as follows:


Southeastern Conference Standings

(updated 11.18.2012 at 2:41 AM CST)

East Conf Overall
W L W L
Georgia Bulldogs 7 1 10 1
Florida Gators 7 1 10 1
South Carolina Gamecocks 6 2 9 2
Vanderbilt Commodores 5 3 7 4
Missouri Tigers 2 5 5 6
Tennessee Volunteers 0 7 4 7
Kentucky Wildcats 0 7 2 9
West Conf Overall
W L W L
Alabama Crimson Tide 6 1 10 1
Texas A&M Aggies 6 2 9 2
LSU Tigers 5 2 9 2
Mississippi St. Bulldogs 4 3 8 3
Mississippi Rebels 2 5 5 6
Arkansas Razorbacks 2 5 4 7
Auburn Tigers 0 7 3 8