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SEC Lunch: Delicious SEC Selections from Around the SB Nation for Wednesday, Oct. 9

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Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

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

Florida's no-fly zone: Gators' pass defense yielding very little in 2013: This sets up one of the more interesting battles of the weekend, because ... [Alligator Army]

LSU's New Passing Attack at the Midpoint: ... "Mettenberger is, by any measure, completely outpacing even the rosiest projections any of us had for LSU's 6-5 signal caller." [And the Valley Shook]

Florida Provides a Familiar Face in the Midst of Change: An interesting look at how teams can change over the course of time. Or even quickly. [And the Valley Shook]

Q&A with Rock M Nation: Thoughts from the opposition for Saturday's game: LSU vs. Florida isn't the only interesting SEC game this weekend. Georgia vs. Mizzou is another. [Dawg Sports]

THE TAILGATE: A Graphical Preview of Texas A&M at Ole Miss: Texas A&M is going to Oxford twice, which kind of seems fair when you consider that Missouri went to College Station like seven times in a row or something. [Good Bull Hunting]

South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Arkansas Razorbacks statistical game preview and prediction: Our Tennessee blog says the Gamecocks should win 31-21. This is likely to happen with South Carolina scoring 28, then allowing Arkansas to score 21 unanswered points before a final FG drive. That's how the Gamecocks roll. [Rocky Top Talk]

Pharoh Cooper is unfamiliar with the Razorbacks' Woo Pig Sooie chant: BULLETIN BOAR-- whatever. [Garnet and Black Attack]

Still Can't Win a Big One, Program is Stuck in Neutral, but Mullen's Job is Secure: "Mullen is doing enough to prove he deserves more time to take us to the next level." [For Whom the Cowbell Tolls]

2013: Post Week 6 Bowl Projections: From our B1G blog, a look at some of the matchups they project in the B1G-SEC bowl games. [Off Tackle Empire]