Terrence Cody helped the Tide survive a scare. This team needs to figure out its red-zone woes.
Also had trouble over the weekend. I'd be worried about this weekend's game if I were a Gators fan.
3. LSU Tigers
Finally came out with an overwhelming performance. Could they be heating up at just the right time?
The Gamecocks squeeked by Vandy in another underwhelming performance. This team continues to win but hasn't played a complete game yet. Kindof like the Iowa of the SEC.
5. Ole Miss Rebels
The Rebels finally look like they might be ready to make a little run.
The Vols are playing decent ball right now, especially on defense. They were one good kicker away from beating 'Bama. (As an aside, isn't it just Gamecocks luck that Daniel Lincoln had the one good game of his career against us back in 2007?)
Had an off-week to prep for Florida. Do they have anything for the Gators?
The Hogs reverted to their pre-Florida level against Ole Miss. Still a dangerous team, but probably not a good one.
The 'Cats picked up a relatively easy win over LA-Monroe.
10. Auburn Tigers
The wheels have seriously come off the Chizik train. The Tigers may vie with 2007 South Carolina for the worst finish in SEC history.
11. Mississippi State Bulldogs
Another week, another missed upset opportunity for the Bulldogs. Will they finally win one of these games at some point? 'Bama or Ole Miss, perhaps?
The Commodores came to play against South Carolina, but this time, the Gamecocks won.