We're back to a tie-a-palooza.
6. SOUTH CAROLINA
7. OLE MISS
10. MISSISSIPPI STATE
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My ballot follows. Year2's vote was previously posted here.
Think about this: It took the entire Arkansas defense to tackle one Alabama player.
There is no reason for Tebow to play at LSU. I know this probably isn't the place to say something I'm going to say over and over again, but it can't be said enough. This is a kid's life we're talking about here.
I have concerns about just how real Auburn is at this point of the season, but I have the same concerns with everyone else outside of Alabama and Florida.
If it weren't for all those turnovers, they'd be No. 1.
Can they give up fewer points to Georgia this year? Say, 51? Well, maybe after all the turnovers I suppose ...
6. South Carolina
This team has scored in its four games: 7, 37, 38 and 16 points. Its opponents have scored 3, 41, 16 and 10. I don't know what to make of that either, and I've watched them play every week.
7. Ole Miss
They have shown nothing this year. Which I suppose is better than showing the many, many bad things Arkansas has shown.
Isn't it great to finally have that pass-happy offense you wanted? Sure, you don't have any defense now ...
You realize that was Ohio and not Ohio State that gave you all that trouble Saturday, right?
10. Mississippi State
This is almost 9b to me. I really can't decide whether Tennessee or Mississippi State would win a game between the two.
At one point, Florida was on pace to score 124 points in that game. And I think if they had really wanted to and Tebow hadn't gotten injured, they could have.
You beat bad C-USA team. How many wins is that worth in SEC dollars?