In Week 2, Georgia and South Carolina played a big early-season tilt, and Florida hit the road to face Miami for perhaps the final time. Everyone else had varying degrees of success against the Little Sisters of the Poor.
Alabama: Open date
The Crimson Tide played so poorly in a 25-point win over Virginia Tech last week that they apparently decided to give up football.
The Razorbacks trailed the Bulldogs late in the third quarter, and that is pretty funny.
Florida, your defense; woof.
Mark Richt has gained control of the SEC East race.
The Wildcats gained 27 first downs against the Red Hawks, which is a higher number than the number of points they scored in nine different games last season.
Les Miles doesn't have any trouble with UAB; what's your excuse, Nick?
We can't imagine a less-interesting game involving an SEC team than Missouri-Toledo.
The Baby Black Bears rolled up 532 yards but turned the ball over four times, which should be a concern.
The Hilltoppers committed seven turnovers, including five in a six-play stretch, and the Internet made a lot of Bobby Petrino/motorcycle jokes.
Johnny Manziel and the Aggie offense are still good, and the A&M defense is still bad.
Jordan Matthews caught six passes for 111 yards and a touchdown, and he didn't puke on the field, so all in all it was a pretty good day.
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