SEC Dominates the EA Sports College Football 25 Team Power Rankings

    It just means more in EA Sports College Football 25, with seven SEC teams cracking the game's top 25 overall team rankings.

    EA Sports announced its top 25 team rankings just three weeks before the highly anticipated release of College Football 25. Two conferences stood above the rest, as the SEC and Big Ten each had seven teams. However, the Big Ten snuck in with Iowa at No. 25, while all of the SEC’s schools made the top 17.

    7 SEC Teams Make EA Sports College Football 25 Power Rankings

    Surprising no one, Georgia will be the highest-rated team in the game at 95. Alabama and Texas weren’t too far behind, with the Crimson Tide (No. 4) and the Longhorns (No. 5) cracking the top five with 92 overalls. LSU (No. 8, 90), Texas A&M (No. 14, 88), Ole Miss (No. 15, 88), and Oklahoma (No. 17, 87) rounded out the conference’s offering in the top 25 rankings.

    It’s fair to say Georgia, Alabama, Texas, and perhaps even LSU and Oklahoma are solidly ranked, but the two in the middle are interesting.

    The Aggies will launch with the No. 18 offense (85) and No. 19 defense (84). So, 18 + 19 = 14? Ole Miss is likely underrated in the eyes of most, but they might be overrated in terms of EA’s logic.

    Although the Rebels earned the No. 13 offense at 87 overall, the defense didn’t make the top 25. So how are they the 15th-best team in the country?

    Seven teams in the top 25 may seem like a lot, but in College Football Network’s ranking of all 134 FBS teamsnine SEC schools made the top 22.

    Missouri (No. 9) and Tennessee (No. 17) were the two teams left off EA’s list. While Tennessee didn’t have a top-25 offense or defense, making the Volunteers’ absence understandable, the developers gave Missouri the ninth-highest-rated offense in the game (89).

    If Ole Miss got in with the No. 13 offense but an unranked defense, just how low will the Tigers’ defense be rated?

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    Regardless, the team power rankings weren’t the only area where College Football 25 showed respect for the SEC. Of the 25 toughest places to play, the conference held 12 spots.

    • 1) Kyle Field – Texas A&M
    • 2) Bryant-Denny Stadium – Alabama
    • 3) Tiger Stadium – LSU
    • 5) Sanford Stadium – Georgia
    • 8) Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium – Oklahoma
    • 10) Ben Hill Griffin Stadium – Florida
    • 13) Neyland Stadium – Tennessee
    • 14) Jordan-Hare Stadium – Auburn
    • 15) Williams-Brice Stadium – South Carolina
    • 19) Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium – Texas
    • 23) Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium – Arkansas
    • 25) Davis Wade Stadium – Mississippi State

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