UT to Have Top-20 Attack?

Even with inexperience at quarterback, Tennessee's offense is ranked No. 18 nationally in preseason by the folks at Collegefootballnews.com.

Oklahoma and Southern Cal are ranked 1-2 nationally in terms of offensive potential.

The ratings of the 12 Southeastern Conference teams are as follows: LSU 6, Georgia 7, Auburn 16, Tennessee 18, Florida 24, South Carolina 32, Ole Miss 33, Arkansas 63, Alabama 65, Vanderbilt 77, Kentucky 86, Mississippi State 95.

CFN.com also rated each school in the areas of quarterback play, running back play, receiver play and offensive line play. Here's how the SEC schools fared in those areas:

QUARTERBACK: Georgia 5, Florida 22, Arkansas 33, Alabama 35, LSU 37, Auburn 38, Ole Miss 48, Kentucky 53, Tennessee 58, South Carolina 62, Vanderbilt 64, Mississippi State 99.

RUNNING BACK: Auburn 1, LSU 5, Tennessee 21, Florids 23, South Carolina 30, Arkansas 33, Georgia 38, Alabama 58, Ole Miss 67, Miss. State 97, Kentucky 93, Vanderbilt 94.

RECEIVER: Georgia 10, LSU 17, Tennessee 22, Ole Miss 31, Auburn 36, Florida 37, South Carolina 47, Alabama 67, Vanderbilt 79, Arkansas 87, Kentucky 92, Miss. State 96.

OFFENSIVE LINE: South Carolina 13, Ole Miss 16, LSU 17, Tennessee 18, Georgia 26, Auburn 29, Florida 30, Vanderbilt 50, Mississippi State 71, Alabama 73, Arkansas 79, Kentucky 86.


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