Before you say it was just Mississippi State, keep in mind that it's the same Mississippi State that gave LSU and Florida a run for their money.
The Gators continue to get it done, but that offense may cost them against the Tide in a few weeks.
3. LSU Tigers
Considering that it wasn't very good to begin with, the Tigers should be very worried about their offense if Jordan Jefferson isn't 100% against Ole Miss.
4. Ole Miss Rebels
The Rebels have salvaged their season somewhat, but Houston Nutt's reputation as an inconsistent coach has only grown stronger this year.
The Hogs geared up for the stretch run with a blowout against a cupcake.
Apparently rallying his troops through off-field adversity isn't one of Lane Kiffin's strong points. Unfortunately for Lane, it's a big part of the job in Knoxville.
The 'Dawgs picked up a huge win against rival Auburn, but judgment day could be coming soon at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
The Tigers are no longer only the most inconsistent team in the conference from game to game; they showed Saturday they can do it from quarter to quarter, too.
Another year, another late-season slide for the Gamecocks. Like Georgia, they now face the unenviable task of having to take on a red-hot in-state rival.
Even with all the wins over cupcakes, you have to give Rich Brooks credit for winning ball games with his walking wounded.
11. Mississippi State Bulldogs
Dan Mullen's ability to do magic with his Bulldogs ended against 'Bama.
It's been a forgettable season for the 'Dores.