Another week of SEC football is complete, and really, it was fairly dull. The biggest game of the day turned out to be a dud in the end, which wasn't much of a surprise to anyone outside of television marketing departments.
Funny that Nick Saban had to use a gimmicky fake punt to seize momentum against an out-manned, two-loss LSU team.
The Bulldogs have Nick Marshall and Auburn up next, so it's time to mash up the "Mark Richt has lost control of XXXXX" and "Mack Brown recruited XXXXX as a defensive back" memes.
Seems pretty low-scoring for a basketball game.
Normal American Football (tm) is now 0-6 in SEC play, and with Mississippi State and LSU left on the schedule, Arkansas looks like a shoe-in for an 0-8 conference finish.
The Aggies' offense is still good enough to overcome its defense in games against inferior teams; we already know how the story goes when A&M is playing an equal opponent.
Will Muschamp, we hardly knew ye.
South Carolina: Open date
With a bye week, Steve Spurrier likely played golf Friday and Sunday -- so pretty much like any other week.
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- TAKES: 2ND EDITION, VOLUME 10
- Nick Marshall, Chris Davis earn SEC weekly honors
- BCS standings: Auburn jumps two spots to No. 7
- ESPN's College GameDay set for Iron Bowl?
- Highlight video of the Tigers' romp in Knoxville