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SEC Football Standings 2012: Mizzou get second conference win, still struggling

The Missouri Tigers, despite finally earning their second conference win, are still third from the bottom in the SEC East.

Joe Robbins

Finally, the Missouri Tigers were able to get their second ever SEC win over the weekend in a tight, four-overtime affair against the Tennessee Volunteers. Still, they are stuck at third from the bottom in the SEC East with only the winless Volunteers and Kentucky Wildcats, the two teams that they have defeated, below them.

The biggest shakeup in the SEC, and indeed, perhaps college football, happened over the weekend when the Texas A&M Aggies took down the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide. With Alabama going down, no undefeated teams remain in the SEC.

Georgia and Florida remain tied for the top spot in the East with matching 7-1 conference records and 9-1 overall records.

Here are the full standings for the SEC East:

Georgia Bulldogs 7-1
Florida Gators 7-1
South Carolina Gamecocks 6-2
Vanderbilt Commodores 4-3
Missouri Tigers 2-5
Tennessee Volunteers 0-6
Kentucky Wildcats 0-7

Here are the full standings for the SEC West:

Alabama Crimson Tide 7-1
Texas A&M Aggies 5-2
LSU Tigers 4-2
Mississippi State Bulldogs 3-3
Ole Miss Rebels 2-4
Arkansas Razorbacks 2-4
Auburn Tigers 0-7