Week 6 SEC Thoughts

Week 6 SEC Thoughts

By: Matt Moscona


Alabama: A week after Georgia and before Texas A&M, we’ll excuse the three-quarters of sleep-walking against the Hogs.


Auburn: The week off allowed them to recover from injuries sustained in a bar fight with their ex-wide receiver.


Arkansas: A nice effort against Bama.  If the Hogs want to go bowling, a win over Auburn after the off week is a must.


Florida: At 4-0 and with Vandy and South Carolina ahead, the Gators have a seemingly insurmountable lead in the weak SEC East.


Georgia: A terrible day for UGA.  The Dawgs lost a 21-point lead, their second-consecutive SEC game and Nick Chubb.


Kentucky: With Auburn and Mississippi State next, the Cats could be bowl eligible in two weeks.


LSU: There were 42,058 fans for an SEC game in Tiger Stadium.  Brandon Harris threw for 228 yards.  Leonard Fournette wasn’t LSU’s leading rusher.  A strange day in Baton Rouge indeed.


Ole Miss: We get it.  You can embarrass bad teams.


Mississippi State: Hope you enjoyed your layup against Troy.  There isn’t another surefire win on the schedule.


MissouriThe defense is good enough to win the East.  Too bad the offense stinks.


South Carolina: The HBC Farewell Tour will get it’s first SEC win this week against Vanderbilt.


Tennessee: Taking two weeks to prepare for Bama will be much easier after rallying against Georgia.


Texas A&M: Now rested, a top-ten matchup with the Tide awaits at Kyle Field.


Vanderbilt: The best part about the open date is you can’t lose.