I learned a fair amount about the SEC this past weekend – more than I expected, to be honest.
- Alabama. Can a crushing be workmanlike?
- LSU. Seal-clubbed Washington. Can we just skip to November 3rd and be done with it?
- Georgia. You can explain most of the gap between the Dawgs and the two teams in front of them in two words: offensive lines.
- South Carolina. Gamecocks score on a 51-yard touchdown pass with 54 seconds left in the game to win by 38. That’s my Spurrier!
- Tennessee. It looks like the annual meteor game with the Gators is setting up nicely.
- Florida. I’ve still got questions about the offense, but the defense put on a clinic on how to shut down an Air Raid attack in the second half.
- Mississippi State. I thought about ranking them higher, but I’m beginning to think that beating Auburn may not be much of an accomplishment this year.
- Missouri. Clearly showed they were competitive, but if the Tigers can’t fix things on the offensive line, it’s going to be a rougher year than they expected.
- Texas A&M. Yep, the good teams play defense for four quarters in the SEC, Aggies.
- Arkansas. Arkansas’ poor defense wasn’t a surprise. Letting Tyler Wilson get pounded by a Sun Belt defense was. Have fun with the boys from Tuscaloosa this week, fellas.
- Auburn. The reason I rank them lower than Arkansas? Neither has a defense, but at least the Hogs have a quarterback.
- Vanderbilt. It’s starting to look like a one step forward, two steps back kind of year for the Commodores.
- Ole Miss. Can you guess who leads the SEC in total offense after two games? Guess who won’t by the end of the year.
- Kentucky. Thank heaven for out of conference games.