And then there were two.
Really, is there any more that needs to be said about this week’s SEC than that?
- Alabama. Is there any more of a lock than betting on a Nick Saban team to crush a conference opponent the week after a somewhat close game?
- Georgia. “The offense definitely picked up our slack,” said inside linebacker Roquan Smith… now there’s something I didn’t expect to read.
- Auburn. Gus’ nonchalance aside, with the loss to LSU, the Tigers pretty much have to run the table to make it to the conference title game.
- Texas A&M. You can’t spell winning ugly without winning.
- LSU. Ed Orgeron stared into the abyss and won for the second straight week.
- Florida. Nice uniforms, Gators.
- Kentucky. Still America’s ugliest 5-1 team.
- South Carolina. Tennessee football, a wholly owned subsidiary of Boom Enterprises, Inc.
- Mississippi State. Finally emerged with a win. Then again, who doesn’t beat BYU these days?
- Ole Miss. The Landsharks, formerly the Black Bear Rebels, have a conference win to their name, which is more than you can say for the last four schools.
- Tennessee. It could be worse, Booch. At least your team isn’t playing Alabama this week… oh, wait.
- Arkansas. This is a putrid team with a marginally better defense than the ones at Missouri and Vandy, which is why I had to place the Hogs twelfth.
- Missouri. The best thing the Tigers have going for them at this point is that they get to play Vanderbilt.
- Vanderbilt. The Commodores’ defense is one slim point shy of yielding fifty points a game in conference play.