Who's Got Who Left To Play And What Do We Know So Far
Alabama is going into a three week period that will determine if they are truely the best team in the conference. Penn State was a small test compared to what is left for the Tide.
Arkansas came out 'big' in the game with Georgia but then again we don't know if Georgia is for real. THeir quarterback is for real. Their passing game will show quick if you have decent DBs in a hurry.
LSU has the crazy coach who seems to win. I like him. You don't know what he's going to do next but winning doesn't seem to be a problem.
Mississippi State has played two conference games and hasn't embarrassed themselves yet. They, too, have a quarterback that can do a bunch of things to make you play honest. Shouldn't be overlooked by anyone.
Ole Miss seems to be the Vanderbilt of the West. Well, apparently they aren't as good as Vanderbilt. Struggling BIG TIME. Fresno State couldn't have come at a better time.
Florida is the mystery team. Beat a decent South Florida team showed they still have the spark to put up a bunch of points quick. Tennessee shouldn't have hung around that long against the Gators but wonder if Tennessee is the 'spoiler' of the East?
Georgia has played two SEC games against two undefeated teams. Another loss this week against Miss State could be the beginning of the end for Mark Richt. Good guy, apparently runs a clean program but winning is what its about in Athens.
Kentucky is 3-0 as they usually are at the time of the year. So far nothing ventured, nothing gained. This week will be a huge measuring stick. Going to the Swamp is tough for any school, and winning there is probably second hardest in the SEC. See Death Valley at LSU.
South Carolina has beaten an unknown Georgia and Southern Miss. Folks there's a reason why people don't play Southern Miss. But the Visor took the risk and came away a winner. Spurrier is playing Auburn this week. A win will be impressive. A loss will be too, for Auburn.
Tennessee is having a down year. That's what we are hearing. Florida wasn't thinking that after the first half. Losses to Oregon and Florida aren't all that bad. They should blow out UAB this week.
Vanderbilt, the weak sister that Paul Finebaum says should be thrown out of the SEC. The Dore's have played three BCS schools to date and have shown new life. I like their coach. Tells it in a language us Kentuckians can understand. May be better than expected and that could be a zinger for a few schools.
OK, tell us what you think.