Another week, a (slightly) larger sample size.
- Alabama. When the Tide was down by 21 late in the first half, did you think it was more likely Saban’s team would lose, or that the lead would shrink by two touchdowns before the teams went to the locker room at halftime?
- Texas A&M. That makes three solid wins in a row for the Aggies.
- Florida. I know Del Rio is hurt, but the Gator defense is giving up less than five points per game, which is best in the country.
- Tennessee. Eleven fumbles, one lost is the story of the Vols in 2016 so far.
- Arkansas. Cupcake win. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
- Ole Miss. The best first quarter team in the country.
- Georgia. So, would Missouri be a one-point favorite over Nicholls?
- LSU. Up by 20 in the first half to Mississippi State, win by three… sounds about right.
- Mississippi State. Down by 20 in the first half to LSU, lose by three… sounds about right.
- Missouri. The first thing an inexperienced team has to learn is how to close out a game.
- Auburn. I think we just figured out where the hottest seat in the conference is located.
- South Carolina. With Kentucky up next, the ‘Cocks have a good shot at winning three of their first four games. Can they win three of the eight remaining after that?
- Vanderbilt. Geez, I don’t know what’s worse — giving up 511 yards, or only scoring seven points on a Ted Roof defense.
- Kentucky. 122nd in scoring defense is no way to go through an SEC season, son.