SEC still atop conference power rankings

November, 25, 2013
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The Southeastern Conference remains at the top of ESPN Stats & Info's Conference Power Rankings, which use a formula that equally weighs the rankings from the AP Poll and Football Power Index (FPI).

The second-ranked conference, the Pac-12, continues to trail the SEC by a significant margin in the overall ratings. The Big 12 is third, followed by the Big Ten and ACC.

After Baylor's loss last Saturday, the number of undefeated teams from BCS AQ conferences is down to three with Alabama, Florida State and Ohio State all vying for a spot in the BCS National Championship.

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