Alabama, Missouri last teams standing in SEC

Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper (9) eludes LSU cornerback Jalen Collins (32) on a 23-yard touchdown reception in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Baton Rouge, La., Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

The chaotic SEC season comes down to Alabama vs. Missouri with no guarantees beyond that.

The powerhouse league is assured of a playoff spot only if the top-ranked Crimson Tide wins Saturday’s Southeastern Conference championship game in the George Dome.

Tide coach Nick Saban says he “would think that somebody in our league qualifies to be one of the better four teams in the country based on the quality of the league and the good teams that we all have to play.”

Alabama jumped over Florida State in The Associate Press rankings after a 55-44 win over No. 20 Auburn on Saturday night. The Tide already topped the College Football Playoff rankings.

No. 14 Missouri secured a spot in SEC the title game for the second straight year by beating Arkansas.

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