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Meanwhile, South Carolina eases past Arkansas and Missouri outlasts Tennessee. Florida survives ULL.
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Does the Alabama loss mean the streak is over, who's going to Atlanta and how would you rank the Top 5 teams?
It's now pretty clear that Mississippi State's 7-0 start wasn't much more than scheduling. But LSU still has an outside chance at something more meaningful
Vanderbilt is likely headed to their second straight bowl game for the first time in school history. Things look a little less bright for Ole Miss
Those who counted Georgia out of the SEC East race several weeks ago made a mistake. Anyone who counts them out in Atlanta might be doing the same
Alabama's loss against A&M didn't just turn the national title race upside down; it also put the SEC West in play for three teams. Here's how
By defeating Alabama, the Aggies have proven once and for all that they belong in the SEC. They've also put the conference's greatest achievement in jeopardy
We don't necessarily have time at his point go through each of the games individually, so we'll handle Georgia-Auburn, Mississippi State-LSU and Vanderbilt-Ole Miss one post
Tennessee's latest loss doesn't put Derek Dooley on the hot seat. It seals his fate
The Gators needed two touchdowns within in the final two minutes to beat the Ragin' Cajuns.
The Gamecocks haven't had much luck beating Arkansas lately. So even if the win wasn't as convincing as the score and Arkansas is imploding, they'll take it
If there's a team that's going to upset Alabama this season, Texas A&M is probably the one to do it. But are there even more reasons to think Alabama will survive?
In all likelihood, only one of these teams can make it to the postseason, the only silver lining in an otherwise disappointing season
Arkansas might not be the juggernaut that everyone thought they would be at the beginning of the season. They're still a dangerous team for South Carolina