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.
Missouri: The 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.