Okay, so when’s the coronation?
- Alabama. In the midst of playing in the SEC West, the SECCG and the CFB playoffs, the Tide has won 20 games in a row. That is ridiculous.
- LSU. On a roll with Coach O… and, oh, yeah, that Fournette guy.
- Auburn. The SEC’s most improved team over the course of the season.
- Texas A&M. Even when the Aggies led on Saturday, there was little doubt they were the inferior bunch.
- Ole Miss. THEY’RE THE BEST 3-4 TEAM IN AMERICA PAWWWLLL.
- Florida. If the Gators aren’t rested up to play Georgia, they’ll never be.
- Tennessee. And if there’s ever a team that needed a week off to heal, it’s the Vols. The good news is that November is coming.
- Arkansas. Sorry, but you can’t play Ole Miss every week, Bert.
- Georgia. The sad thing to consider is that there’s a decent likelihood after this week that when Georgia plays Kentucky, it’ll be the latter team that can clinch a bowl appearance with a win.
- Kentucky. The ‘Cats are 3-2 in the conference despite being outscored by fifty points in those games.
- Mississippi State. Geography be damned, MSU is the SEC West’s most Eastern team.
- Vanderbilt. At 4-4, they’re clinging to bowl eligibility hopes with a final run of Auburn, Missouri, Ole Miss and Tennessee. Yeah, sure.
- Missouri. It’s easy to overlook the fact that this is the only SEC team without a conference win.
- South Carolina. A six-point win over UMass — I guess they needed that bye week, after all.