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SEC review, Week 6: Georgia survives and advances

It wasn't easy for the Dawgs, but a win is a win when trying to stay in a title race.

Scott Cunningham

The sixth week of SEC football saw a near monumental upset in Knoxville, another in Columbia and a few beatdowns. Georgia is still the front-runner in the East, but if the Bulldogs suffer many more injuries, they might not be able to field a team.

Alabama 45, Georgia State 3

T.J. Yeldon didn't fumble, so it was a pretty big day for the Tide.

Florida 30, Arkansas 10

Tyler Murphy has completed 31-of-40 passes for 396 yards, four touchdowns and one interception in the last two weeks, so why, exactly, wasn't he starting over Jeff Driskel?

Georgia 34, Tennessee 31

The football gods did their best to derail Georgia's season by decimating the Dawgs' roster, but not even fancy, gray uniforms could put the Vols over the top.

LSU 59, Mississippi State 26

The Tigers struggled with Mississippi State for three quarters, and then they remembered they were playing Mississippi State.

Missouri 51, Vanderbilt 28

Nice job starting 5-0 against a weak-ass schedule, Mizzou; now prove you're actually good against Georgia, Florida and South Carolina.

South Carolina, 35, Kentucky 28

Jadeveon Clowney is proving he's the best player in football, by proving how bad South Carolina's defense is without him.

Texas A&M: Open date

Not sure what A&M's defensive players did on their off Saturday, but it was surely better than what they've been doing on game days.

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