The win over Michigan lost a little luster after the Wolverines struggled against Air Force, but the Tide still get the nod for now.
2. LSU Tigers
Impressive win over Washington. Dominant running game, passing game looks improved. Can't wait to see them play Alabama.
Impressive win for the Dawgs brings them to the third spot. Jarvis Jones is one of the early contenders for most impressive defensive player in the country.
Perhaps the thing getting lost in South Carolina's offensive explosion against ECU is the emergence of its wide-receiver corps. True, it was against a bad secondary, but Carolina had 11 guys with receptions and got particularly strong performances from Damiere Byrd, Bruce Ellington, and Rory Anderson. D.L. Moore also made some plays, and DeAngelo Smith finally did something in a real game. Shaq Roland's breakout game is coming soon.
The Vols have a chance to prime themselves for their best season in the last few years if they can beat Florida this weekend. Potent offense, but I can't get a read on whether their defense is any good or not.
The Gators defense put on a clinic in the second half against TAMU, but the offense still isn't scaring anyone.
The Bulldogs got their first win over Auburn in several years, but considering how bad Auburn looks right now, it might not mean much.
Impressive first three quarters, but you have to finish in the SEC, Tigers.
Losing Tyler Wilson hurt, but there's no excusing the poor pass protection and the porous defense. This team may be in trouble.
10. Texas A&M Aggies
Again, you have to finish in the SEC.
Vandy had many chances to put away Northwestern, but a bevy of mistakes made for a surprise loss to the Wildcats.
12. Auburn Tigers
No QB, no wins. This season could get ugly on the Plains.
13. Ole Miss Rebels
I don't really know anything about this team, but I doubt they're any good.
Thank goodness for Kent St.