Georgia 27 – Ole Miss 13
1. Bulldogs get their first SEC victory since last October.
2. 30 carries and 147 yards for Isaiah Crowell.
3. Georgia kicker Blair Walsh misses three field goals - tosses helmet in trash can.
4. 475 yards of offense for Georgia – just 183 for Ole Miss, lowest since 2006.
5. Went to a football game and a punting exhibition broke out.
Alabama 38 – Arkansas 14
6. Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino: “They beat us in all three phases.”
7. Minus 6 yards rushing in the first half for the Razorbacks.
8. Fake field goal works to perfection – “that bit of Tommy Tuberville tomfoolery seemed almost unfair.”
9. Alabama safety Mark Barron: “They (the Razorbacks) were doing a lot of talking as well, so we most definitely wanted to shut that up.”
Auburn 30 – Florida Atlanta 14
11. Owls give Tigers a first half scare.
12, Jon Solomon: “Savor it, Auburn fans. The next win may not come for a month or longer.”
Mississippi State 26 – Louisiana Tech 20 (OT)
13. 20-point favorite Bulldogs eke out overtime win.
14. Mississippi State just 3-for-16 on third-down conversions.
15. Time to get rid of MSU’s black jerseys?
South Carolina 21 – Vanderbilt 3
16. Gamecocks defense dominates – just 77 yards of offense for Vandy.
17. 12 tackles for a loss – Vandy QB Larry Smith sacked six times.
18. South Carolina QB Stephen Garcia throws four interceptions - will likely start against Auburn.
Florida 48 - Kentucky 10
19. Chris Rainey and Jeff Demps combine to rush for 263 yards.
20. Pat Dooley: “You have to give the Kentucky Wildcats a lot of credit. They sure are hospitable.”
21. Gators quarterback John Brantley suffers “upper extremity” injury.
22. No relief for beleaguered Wildcats – go on the road to LSU next. Time to call in sick?
23. Should Kentucky consider joining the ACC?
LSU 47 – West Virginia 21
24. Tigers make their case for No. 1.
25. “LSU should sit atop any ranking anyone bothers to compile today, and it should reign by unanimous vote.”
26. WVU coach Dana Holgorsen: “Tyrann Mathieu is a great player. I felt he was their best player in the first three games, and he was tonight.”
27. LSU wide receiver Russell Shepard makes his season debut.
28. One man’s opinion of the college football rankings.