The 13th week of the 2013 SEC football season wasn't epic, but we did learn a couple of things. First of all, the assumption that Missouri will eventually lose and give the SEC East to South Carolina might be foolish. And Texas A&M -- well, when Texas A&M plays LSU, things don't go well.
It would appear that 2013 Chattanooga is roughly as good as 2012 Auburn, and that's probably an insult to Chattanooga.
Aaron Murray tore his ACL against the Wildcats, and we're happy not to be Georgia fans -- that's not meant as a dig -- because the Bulldogs may have the worst luck in college football.
Will Muschamp continues to just be a mean version of Gene Chizik.
Johnny Manziel's Heisman dreams went to die in Tiger Stadium.
Mississippi State is horrible, Arkansas is horrible and this game was horrible.
The Tigers keep on winning and keep on looking legit.
Someone forgot to tell Steve Spurrier that style points against Coastal Carolina won't help the Gamecocks in the SEC East race.
The Commodores almost messed around and let an inferior Tennessee program pull a massive upset.
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- College football rankings: Week 14
- Alabama opens as 9.5-point favorite over Auburn
- College GameDay heading to the Plains for Iron Bowl
- SEC preview: We're thankful for Johnny Football's return
- What went wrong with the Tigers' defense against UGA?