In the Game of the Century (of this month), Alabama and Texas A&M proved once and for all that the SEC is a offense-centric conference. Let's go to the scores:
Alabama's offensive line problem was apparently overblown, and A&M's defense problem wasn't.
Bert and co. slogged through another win against what should be a vastly inferior opponent.
Florida: Open date
After Florida's offensive performance against Miami, Gator fans were probably glad to have a week off.
Georgia: Open date
Sure was a nice weekend for golf.
Losing by just two touchdowns to Louisville will probably be Kentucky's best victory this season.
LSU continues to look good, but the season-opening win over TCU doesn't look quite as good after the Frogs' loss to Texas Tech.
Missouri: Open date
Play a game or don't play a game; we don't really care, Missouri.
Ole Miss fans get twitchy with talk of pine boxes, but that's exactly where the Rebs put Mack Brown's Texas coaching career.
Carolina outgained Vandy, 579-268, and still found itself in a somewhat competitive game; we didn't know that was possible.
Good news: The Vols scored the first and last touchdowns of the game; bad news: Oregon did a little bit of damage in between.
More from College and Magnolia:
- Nick Marshall, Tigers grow up before our eyes
- College football rankings, Week 4: Auburn gets some votes
- Highlights of the Tigers' victory over Mississippi State
- Auburn 24, Mississippi State 20: Postgame quotes
- Initial thoughts on the Tigers' last-second win