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SEC Afternoon: Delicious SEC Selections from Around the SB Nation for Tuesday, Oct. 15

Michael Chang

Catching you up on some of the best stuff around the SB Nation about the SEC

Secondary Struggles Continue for Aggie Defense Against Ole Miss: Want to know one reason why the Rebels almost pulled off the upset? Because the Aggies' secondary doesn't always do what it should. [Good Bull Hunting]

Defending The Bad AP Voter: "First and foremost, the idea that a ballot is bad because it disagrees with the general consensus is just an awful, toxic idea. We need people who challenge the consensus, and are also willing to defend their unique view." This was a response to our Florida blog's equally well-reasoned dissection of Jon Wilner's ballot. [And the Valley Shook, Alligator Army]

Ineffectually following Chaney, Said Mattie: Some Arkansas fans are not pleased with the direction the season after a 45-point home loss. Steve Spurrier feels bad for them, I'm sure. [Arkansas Fight]

Florida vs. Missouri: Kelvin Taylor makes depth chart debut for Gators: This is suddenly a pretty important game in the SEC East, and some injuries for Florida could make it more interesting. But whoever heard of even an injured SEC East heavyweight losing to Missou-- you know, never mind. [Alligator Army]

SEC Games of Interest (Week 8): Our Georgia blog picks the South Carolina-Tennessee, Florida-Missouri, and LSU-Ole Miss games. [Dawg Sports]