It’s a week that saw Florida fall from the ranks of the mediocre to the truly bad, but there were other developments that managed to sharpen the pecking order.
- Alabama. How often do you think Nick Saban is going to remind his team this week about what happened in the last big Iron Bowl matchup?
- Missouri. This is one tough football team. And that season-ender doesn’t look quite as daunting now.
- Auburn. The Tigers have Alabama right where they want them.
- South Carolina. I don’t know what I’m enjoying more, Spurrier hypocritically rooting for a cross-divisional loss, or the prospect of the ‘Cocks beating the East representative in the SECCG for the third straight year with nothing to show for it.
- LSU. Les Miles owns Johnny Football.
- Texas A&M. We already knew the Aggies didn’t have a defense, so when the offense doesn’t show up, ugly is what you get.
- Georgia. Just when you think it’s safe to go back in the water…
- Ole Miss. Still not ready for prime time.
- Vanderbilt. 4-4 in conference play, despite being outgained by 75 yards per game. Some luck, but some good coaching, too.
- Mississippi State. Won the SEC West’s battle of the dipshits. In overtime. Still, if you’re Dan Mullen, a win’s a win at this point.
- Tennessee. May be time to ditch those gray uniforms, fellas.
- Florida. Which is more amazing, that the Gators lost to a team that didn’t complete a pass, or that Jeremy Foley still thinks Boom is the man to fix things next season?
- Arkansas. Bret Bielema’s door prize for losing his seventh conference game in a row is a trip to lovely Baton Rouge to close out the season.
- Kentucky. The ‘Cats gave up more points to a beat up Georgia squad than any other team they’ve played this season. Yeah, it’s not getting better.