News and notes from around the conference.
Florida takes control of the SEC East, 'Bama dominates again in Knoxville, and LSU rallies in preparation of an epic clash in Baton Rouge.
Arkansas has reeled off two straight SEC wins, but a win over Ole Miss is absolutely essential if the Hogs are going to be able to battle back to a bowl game
Auburn running back Tre Mason would like to carry the ball more, and he doesn't know why that isn't happening.
Florida coach Will Muschamp called the Gators' date with Georgia a "one-game season." He's right, too.
Dawg Sports takes a look at a couple of the factors that lead to one being considered a 'veteran' quarterback, and highlights two examples of how Aaron Murray displayed just that this past Saturday against Kentucky.
Well, we haven't figured anything out, have we?
Perhaps it is not much of a surprise, but the former Rebel standout athlete is looking to return to Ole Miss as soon as possible.
Will the experienced MSU secondary be able to take advantage of the chances the improving Bama passing game gives them?
They have won more than eight games just four times in their history. They have finished ranked just three times since 1953. But one must give Kentucky this: they've been interesting. It's one thing to be mostly bad. It's another to hire Bear Bryant and Hal Mumme.
The Tennessee football program isn't what it was, but beating the Volunteers year in and year out isn't a joy that Gamecock fans are quick to overlook.
This one's going to be difficult. How many positives can you find in the third-consecutive 31-point loss to your most hated rival?
All eyes were on College Station Saturday and the play of A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel. How would he stack up against one of the best defenses in the country? He struggled and had one of his worst games of the season, all due a well designed LSU blitz.
Vanderbilt escaped with a win on Saturday, but was almost done in by their own trickeration. When can the Commodores believe that they are the better team on the field?