Just as a follow up to yesterday’s post about net yardage, nine conference teams are underwater in points differential in conference play, but only seven teams have losing records in conference play.
BREAKING: Alabama and Georgia are good.
- Alabama. It’s kind of amusing to listen to people who insist that Tua’s health makes the Tide vulnerable just as they’ve shut out two ranked opponents in their last two games.
- Georgia. It’s kind of amusing to listen to people dump on Jim Chaney just as his offense gained more yards on Auburn’s defense than any other team the Tigers have faced this season.
- LSU. Playing Arkansas is chicken soup for the SEC soul. Chicken soup is good for a ‘Bama hangover.
- Mississippi State. That defense is legit. Too bad the offense is only averaging about ten points a game in conference play.
- Texas A&M. 4-3 in conference play, minus-9 in conference points differential is no way to go through life, son.
- Auburn. The only reason they didn’t drop from last week’s rankings is because Kentucky crapped the bed worse than the Tigers did.
- Missouri. It wasn’t pretty, but the last time I checked, a win over Vandy still counts as a conference win.
- Florida. The Gators are going to win nine games in about the least impressive manner possible, aren’t they?
- South Carolina. The dynamite didn’t go boom.
- Kentucky. In answer to last week’s question, no, the ‘Cats aren’t a good enough team to deal with the aftermath of a disappointing loss.
- Tennessee. If you’re a Vol, November is the best month.
- Vanderbilt. Which doesn’t bode well if you’re a Commodore.
- Ole Miss. They’re lucky to have Arkansas in the same division.
- Arkansas. Two road games against conference opponents to finish out the season. Yeah, that’s gonna go well.