Looking more and more likely that this team won't be challenged until the SECCG.
The future is now for South Carolina. A very possible win at Tiger Stadium this weekend could really turn this into the season of Gamecock fans' dreams.
Impressive second-half team that never says die, but I'm still a little iffy on that offense.
4. LSU Tigers
Pretty much the same team as Florida with a banged up offensive line. Losing Honey Badger has hurt this team more than I thought it would, as more teeth on special teams would make a difference for them.
Beating Florida and getting the season back on track isn't out of the question, but they need to regroup mentally, and this program often seems right on the brink of collapsing from within, never more so than now.
Perhaps the most unimpressive 6-0 team ever. A win over Tennessee would be a good start to moving towards true respectability.
7. Texas A&M Aggies
Don't know whether to be impressed that they won despite five turnovers, or worried that they're in for a slide.
Derek Dooley could use a victory over Mississippi St. like nobody's business.
Got its season back on track with ugly win over battered Mizzou.
10. Ole Miss Rebels
Couldn't come up with the win over TAMU, but after the trials of 2011, Ole Miss should take some solace in a moral victory. They're favored over Auburn, believe it or not.
Finally a little positive energy coming out of Fayetteville. Let's see how long it lasts.
12. Missouri Tigers
This has turned into the season from hell for Missouri, which has been decimated by injuries.
Another team that's really hurting due to injuries.
14. Auburn Tigers
Things might get ugly on the Plains if the Tigers get rolled by Ole Miss.