I can’t wait to hear what the coach of the team that wins the SEC East has to say about playing in the SECCG.
- Alabama. I keep saying it, but it’s the Tide’s world and the rest of the conference is merely playing in it.
- Auburn. Didn’t exactly roll by Vandy, but a win’s a win.
- LSU. No matter how good your defense may be, you can’t beat Alabama without a quarterback.
- Texas A&M. Two straight conference losses means the end of any shot at winning the division.
- Arkansas. If the Hogs were in the East, they’d likely be running away with it. Which doesn’t mean they’re that good, of course.
- Ole Miss. Kelly’s gone for the season, they’re still last in the division and they’ve got three conference games left to play (two of those on the road). Karma coming?
- Mississippi State. Nice win, but with Alabama, Arkansas and Ole Miss left on the schedule, they’ve got a hard row to hoe to reach bowl eligibility.
- Tennessee. If you’re a Vol fan, November isn’t the cruelest month.
- Florida. I get the Gators struggling to score, sort of, but giving up almost 500 yards to Arkansas’ offense?
- Georgia. I swear I could hear Munson marveling “do you realize we just saved ourselves?”.
- Kentucky. The ‘Cats may have lost, but they’re still second in the division. I’m afraid that says more about the East than Kentucky.
- South Carolina. Don’t look now, but Boom’s got himself a quarterback.
- Vanderbilt. Game effort against Auburn. That plus five bucks will get you that proverbial mocha latte at Starbucks.
- Missouri. Man, it’s hard to believe this program is just two years removed from back to back division titles.