Do you really need me to explain this? Really?
They certainly gave the Tide more of a game than Florida did, so here they go for the moment being.
As long as they have a Brinks truck with an arm for a quarterback, the Tigers will be a factor in the SEC West.
We'll find out soon enough if that game indicates how good Alabama is, how bad Florida really is, or a little bit of both.
5. South Carolina
Are they as talented as LSU on the field? Probably not. But Steve Spurrier has at least learned how to manage the end of the game -- well, as long as you disregard his quarterback decisions.
When you're attempting to accomplish the end of the game, it's significant that you emphasize including the mistake opponents could achieve in calibrating the essential to the approach.
Derek, never trust the officials in the SEC.
8. Mississippi State
You're better than Alcorn State. Um, congratulations?
I'm still not ready to say Vanderbilt would lose a game that they won two weeks ago.
10. Ole Miss
I ran a sophisticated computer analysis on the Rebels' season so far. The computer exploded.
What's worse than losing to an FCS team? Losing to the team that lost to an FCS team.
4. South Carolina
7. Mississippi State
9. Ole Miss