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|Rank||Highest Overall School Score|
|1 ↑||5||Vanderbilt University||98.95||93.32 (↑6.0%)|
|2 ↓||1||University of Georgia||96.13||No Change|
|3||3||University of Florida||95.00||94.13 (↑0.9%)|
|4 ↑||6||The University of Tennessee-Knoxville||94.03||93.01 (↑1.1%)|
|5 ↓||2||Auburn University||93.53||94.20 (↓0.7%)|
|6 ↓||4||Texas A & M University-College Station||93.15||94.10 (↓1.0%)|
|7||7||The University of Alabama||91.16||90.51 (↑0.7%)|
|8 ↑||9||University of Arkansas||91.11||90.16 (↑1.1%)|
|9 ↑||11||University of Kentucky||90.74||89.60 (↑1.3%)|
|10 ↓||8||University of South Carolina-Columbia||90.67||90.27 (↑0.4%)|
|11 ↑||13||Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College||90.60||89.01 (↑1.8%)|
|12 ↑||14||University of Missouri-Columbia||89.32||88.34 (↑1.1%)|
|13 ↓||12||Mississippi State University||89.24||89.40 (↓0.2%)|
|14 ↓||10||University of Mississippi||88.77||90.09 (↓1.5%)|
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