Alabama fans got a scare when AJ McCarron left the Missouri game temporarily with an injury. Could the Tide still make it to Miami without him?
Taking a look at the coaches who might be on Arkansas' radar.
This version of the Tiger offense leaves many people scratching their heads.
At 6-0 and No. 2 in the BCS rankings, is it time to start considering Florida a legitimate national title contender?
No one's paying attention to it, but we actually have a game this weekend. Sure, we're all still shell-shocked from the events of two weeks ago, but at some point we (both as a team and a fan base) have to realize the sky never fell and in fact, after the events of this past weekend, the ceiling has been raised.
Patrick Towles can now get up on his toes, which is a very good sign for a high ankle sprain.
Losing sucks, and the only cure is Saturday Night in Death Valley.
The Ole Miss Rebels ended a two-year losing streak to SEC teams, bettering the Auburn Tigers in Oxford.
If I hear "classic trap game" one more time, I'm going to sic Quay Evans on someone.
The easy passes have vanished from Missouri's offense, and while part of the reason for that has been beyond the Tigers' control (opposing defenses have been great, and the injuries have added up), it's time to rectify that.
If the Gamecocks lose in The Swamp, they will need a lot of help from other teams to get back to Atlanta.
We all know the win/loss situation. But that's not the only factor on which to judge coaches. And after all, Dooley never promised wins, at least not in any specified timeframe. So what did he promise? And has he delivered? Rocky Top Talk writers weigh in.
Hey guys! We won and scored 59 points last week! Yippee! Oh....but we also gave up 57 weeks. Bending Crew! Bending Crew! What is going on with our defense in complete meltdown mode? Let's look and see under Mark Snyder's defensive hood.
Vanderbilt couldn't keep up with #4 Florida in a 31-17 loss on Saturday night. Can their defensive and special teams lapses be fixed?