Catching you up on some of the best stuff around the SB Nation about the SEC. As usual after the weekend, a lot of good stuff.
Building an Offensive Line Metric: It takes a great line to win in the SEC, right? Well, maybe not. ATVS tries to find a way to develop a statistic for offensive lines -- and takes a good stab at it -- and comes up with some surprising results. [And the Valley Shook]
Predictions and Lessons from the SEC & Big Ten, Canes Memories: From our Miami (FL) blog, which is very wrong about Clemson. Of particular interest for Auburn, Florida, Georgia, TAMU, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ole Miss, and a bit LSU. [State of the U]
Auburn football preview 2013: Catching up on Ole Miss with Red Cup Rebellion: Our Ole Miss and Auburn blogs get together to talk football. [College and Magnolia]
Vincent Sanders Suffers a Shoulder Injury, Will Miss Several Weeks: In SEC play, this could affect the Alabama, Auburn and maybe the Texas A&M games for Ole Miss. Oh, and there's that little regionally-broadcast game in Austin. And that's not counting the time it might take him to get up to game speed. [Red Cup Rebellion]
Odds, Ends, and Random Assorted Facts Regarding the Georgia Bulldogs' Rivalry with the Clemson Tigers: For the trivia fans among you, some tidbits about the series behind the biggest Week 1 game in the SEC. [Dawg Sports]
2013 Mizzou Walkthrough: Franklin has managed to be polite and polarizing: Missouri fans hate quarterbacks. They have more in common with South Carolina than the name of the home town, apparently. [Rock M Nation]