The Tide looked good in a commanding win over Penn St.
The Gamecocks announced their intention to compete for the SEC East with a commanding victory over Georgia.
3. LSU Tigers
LSU bounced back from a shaky win over UNC with a dominant road win over Vanderbilt.
The Gators looked shaky in the first half, but in the second half started to show signs that maybe all isn't lost in Gainesville.
Auburn picked up a solid road victory over an emerging Mississippi St. team.
The Hogs started very slowly against ULM, but they eventually got it in gear and cruised to a victory. Early returns on the defense are positive, but we've yet to see them tested.
It's back to the drawing board for the Dawgs, who are hoping they'll get A.J. Green back for a big showdown with Arkansas.
The 'Cats' offense looked astounding against Western Kentucky, but their defense and special teams will need major work if this team is to do more than whip around cupcakes.
The Western Dawgs gave Auburn a tough game, but they fell short of the upset. I still think this is a team on the rise.
The Vols looked about like you would expect against Oregon--lost and confused, particularly in the second half.
Vandy got whipped by LSU. Not looking good in Nashville right now.
Why was Ole Miss playing on the road against Tulane? At any rate, they didn't exactly dominate, but at least they didn't lose again.