Last week was a story of losses by LSU and Florida and my ballot changes reflect that.
- Alabama. Those teams yelling “We want ‘Bama” are starting to remind me of the dog who caught the car he was chasing.
- Missouri. Rolled Kentucky, which is what a good team should do.
- Auburn. Your starting quarterback goes 3-7 with 35 yards passing and you win by 32 points? Not bad.
- Texas A&M. Does anybody believe Manziel when he denies that he has even entertained the thought of going pro after this season?
- South Carolina. As time goes by, the Gamecocks’ loss to Tennessee this season looks more and more like the inexplicable loss to Auburn in 2011.
- LSU. Losers of two of their last three, the Tigers had better hope that Johnny Football continues to be a turnover machine
this Saturdaywhen they meet.
- Georgia. As the Dawgs get some of their missing pieces back, will they start to click a little more?
- Mississippi. Bowl eligible with three winnable games to go.
- Vanderbilt. Say what you will about the East being weaker this season, the fact remains that the Commodores are 14-6 over their last twenty games.
- Florida. I guess we know which coach is sitting on the hottest seat in the SEC right now.
- Mississippi State. The Bulldogs outgained TAMU, held the Aggies to under 100 yards rushing, went +2 in turnover margin, possessed the ball for almost ten minutes more… and lost by ten.
- Tennessee. Going downhill fast. Can the Vols salvage their season with games against Vanderbilt and Kentucky?
- Arkansas. Hard to believe, but it’s unlikely the Hogs match their SEC win total under John L. Smith this season.
- Kentucky. Out of the SWAC and back to their losing ways.