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UPDATE: Missouri's 2012 football class ranks in the bottom half of the SEC

Wednesday, February 1, 2012 | 5:35 p.m. CST; updated 12:07 p.m. CST, Thursday, February 2, 2012

Missouri, as of 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, was ranked No. 20 overall in the 2012 college football class rankings, according to ESPN.com.

UPDATE: The final class rankings posted Wednesday night left Missouri out of the top 25, and put the team in the bottom half of the Southeastern Conference rankings. The SEC accounts for 32 percent of ESPN's top 25 class rankings. 

Final rankings for SEC schools:

1. Alabama (No. 1 overall)

2. Florida (No. 4 overall)

3. Georgia (No. 5 overall)

4. Louisiana State (No. 14 overall)

5. Texas A&M (No. 15 overall)

6. South Carolina (No. 16 overall)

7. Auburn (No. 17 overall)

8. Tennessee (No. 21 overall)

Previously ranked: Missouri, Vanderbilt

Missed the cut: Mississippi State, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arkansas

 

Rankings for SEC schools as they were listed Wednesday afternoon:

1. Alabama (No. 1 overall)

2. Florida (No. 4 overall)

3. Georgia (No. 5 overall)

4. Louisiana State (No. 12 overall)

5. Texas A&M (No. 14 overall)

6. South Carolina (No. 15 overall)

7. Auburn (No. 17 overall)

8. Missouri (No. 20 overall)

9. Tennessee (No. 22 overall)

Previously ranked: Vanderbilt (No. 25, replaced by Rutgers at 3:30 p.m.)

Missed the cut: Mississippi State, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arkansas 


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