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SEC Afternoon: Delicious SEC Selections from Around the SB Nation for Wednesday, Nov. 20

Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports

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

Violence Against Women and Football │An Interview with the BBC: An interesting rumination on whether there's a link between sexual assault and football, and what the nature of that link might be. [Roll Bama Roll]

Steering through the storm: Will Muschamp, "playing not to lose," and Florida: Is it possible that some of Florida's losses this year have, in fact, come because the team has declined to play not to lose? [Alligator Army]

Kentucky Football: Causes of The Offensive Line's Woes: One of the major reasons for the Wildcats' offensive woes might not be the guys who get all the attention. [A Sea of Blue]

Tennessee Vols vs. Vanderbilt Commodores: statistical game preview: Math says Tennessee will win by two. [Rocky Top Talk]

Playin' Nice: Good Bull Hunting: Questions and answers on why the A&M offense is good and the defense ... not so much. [And the Valley Shook]

Football Q&A with the LSU blog: The flip side of that: LSU -- angry fan base or the angriest fan base? [Good Bull Hunting]

THE TAILGATE: A Graphical Preview of Texas A&M at LSU: Generally one of the most eye-catching posts we have each week. [Good Bull Hunting]

Mississippi State vs. Arkansas: The Big Preview: Because even the SEC-TV game deserves some love. [For Whom the Cowbell Tolls]