Upsets were all over the place during Week 7 of college football season, but most of the favored SEC teams managed to avoid the chaos. Most. Georgia wasn't so lucky.
The next time an Alabama running back fumbles in the red zone, Nick Saban is cutting off someone's hands.
Les Miles is the hammer, and coherent, verbalized thoughts are the nail.
Plenty of other Mississippi State squads have lost to non-AQ programs, so maybe a one-point win over a MAC team isn't so bad.
Of course the Bulldogs are the ones forcing us to recognize Missouri as an actual SEC team.
Don't know which is worse, Arkansas or Arkansas' decision to schedule South Carolina for Homecoming.
Two things almost blew up Saturday night: Johnny Manziel's knee and the Aggies' 2013 season.
Tennessee: Open date
After narrowly missing an upset of Georgia and watching Missouri finish the job, the Vols probably spent their bye week in their pajamas eating ice cream.
Vanderbilt: Open date
There weren't any black-and-gold fans at Vanderbilt Stadium Saturday, so it was pretty much like any other game day.
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- Tigers open as 12-point underdogs to Aggies
- Highlight video of the Tigers' Homecoming romp
- Auburn 62, Western Carolina 3: Postgame quotes
- Initial thoughts on the Tigers' win over the Catamounts