SEC Basketball: Initial Women's Power Rankings after a fun first week

Power ranking the SEC women's basketball teams after the first week of play

South Carolina v East Carolina
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6. Texas A&M Aggies 13-2 (1-1)

The Aggies had a big win against Cal earlier this year, and they come in near the top of the SEC in point and rebound differential, but they also had one of the weaker out-of-conference schedules. I may very well have them over-ranked here, but a close game against Georgia and a 22-point win over Auburn are not something I am sure I can hold against the Aggies just yet, especially with NET suggesting they are still all that.

This week the Aggies face 15-1, seventh overall LSU on the road and 9-5 Tennessee at home.

5. Alabama Crimson Tide 14-3 (1-1)

Alabama put in competitive performances against a few ranked teams this year, including a win over Louisville, but had largely faced unimpressive competition before starting SEC play. This week should be easy for them, but if they slip up then we can re-evaluate.

This week the Crimson Tide faces 10-5 Georgia on the road and 13-4 Arkansas at home.