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SEC review, Week 4: Florida, Tennessee set offensive football back

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The Gators and Vols really would prefer if you would take the ball. They don't want it.

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Week 4 in SEC play saw a couple of key conference games and some struggles against non-conference competition. Florida won its SEC opener, but the Gators lost their starting quarterback. We're recapping all the action one sentence at a time.

Alabama 31, Colorado State 6

Just like their fans in the student section, the Crimson Tide seemed pretty disinterested against Colorado State.

Rutgers 28, Arkansas 24

The Razorbacks lost to Rutgers for the second year in a row, so maybe this is normal, American football.

Florida 31, Tennessee 17

The Gators and Vols combined for nine turnovers; Florida lost its' starting quarterback, but that offense can't get any worse.

Georgia 45, North Texas 21

The Dawgs were clearly looking ahead to LSU, but that doesn't excuse being tied with North Texas in the second half.

Kentucky: Open date

Best win of the season for the Wildcats.

Mississippi State 62, Troy 7

It's a good thing Auburn caught Dak Prescott early, because it looks like he'll be a stud in State's offense by the end of the year.

Missouri 45, Indiana 28

Missouri vs. Indiana: Are we sure this was an SEC game?

Ole Miss: Open date

The cheatin' SEC gave Ole Miss a bye week before the Rebs' trip to Alabama; it's not fair, Pawwwl.

South Carolina: Open date

After watching Florida and Georgia this weekend, the Gamecocks have to feel pretty good about their chances in the East.

Texas A&M 42, SMU 13

Even when holding back, Johnny Manziel compiles 346 yards of offense and three touchdowns, but the Aggie defense gave up 434 yards and continues to be terrible.

Vanderbilt 24, Massachusetts 7

Vanderbilt for some reason traveling to UMass and grinding out a win seems like the most Vanderbilt thing ever.

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