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MrSEC.com Power Rankings – 11/13/12

Week Eleven is in the books and there’s been a little bit of shuffling up and down our Power Rankings’ chart.  Matter of fact, now that we’re nearing the season’s end, we’ve added two more categories to our breakdown.

As usual, we’ve placed each of the SEC’s 14 teams into one of those different categories.  Inside those categories, we list the teams alphabetically.  This isn’t the simple 1-14 list that everyone else does.  We like to be a little different.

Our rankings are based upon how well teams are currently playing, what they’ve accomplished to date, and what we believe each squad’s ceiling to be at this moment.

 

So without further ado, here are this week’s MrSEC.com Power Rankings:

 

National Title Contender

None -- Sorry, SEC fans, but any conference team hoping to reach the BCS Championship Game will need a lot of outside help.  They might wind up getting it, but there’s no debating the fact that they definitely need it.  Your national title contenders right now are the three unbeatens at the top of the BCS standings: Kansas State, Oregon and Notre Dame.

 

Longshot National Title Contender

Alabama (9-1, 6-1) – The Tide’s loss to Texas A&M only dropped Nick Saban’s squad to #4 in the BCS and that’s the positive.  The negative is that Kirby Smart’s defense has had its share of troubles in the secondary the past few weeks.  The four highest passing totals against Bama all season have come in UA’s last four games (203 yards for Tennessee, 209 yards for Mississippi State, 296 yards for LSU and 253 yards for Texas A&M).  Both LSU (435) and Texas A&M (418) became the first two Alabama foes all year to roll up more than 282 yards of total offense.  Right now, there’s no guarantee if this Bama defense even got to the BCS title game that it could shut down a high-scoring offense as so many previous SEC/BCS champs have done.

Florida (9-1, 7-1) – The Gators are the longest long shot still on our board.  First, UF’s offense isn’t improving.  Second, QB Jeff Driskel is now banged up.  Third, the Gators not only need outside help but they’ll have to beat Florida State with a passing game that’s been pretty much nonexistent for much of the season.  Fourth, well, did you see the Houdini act Will Muschamp’s gang had to pull to escape Louisiana-Lafayette in the Swamp on Saturday?  Sorry, but Florida’s not playing like a BCS title contender at the moment.

Georgia (9-1, 7-1) — The Bulldogs’ defense is getting better as the year goes on, but they’re doing so against offenses that have been average-to-bad in SEC play (Florida, Ole Miss, and Auburn).  And if there are doubts about Alabama’s ability to shutdown Oregon, for example, if the two met, can you picture Georgia slowing the Ducks?  Plus, if the Tide needs help to reach Miami, Georgia needs help and it would have to beat Alabama — a team that was undefeated until last Saturday — head-to-head in Atlanta to punch a ticket to BCS title game.  There are lot of hoops left for UGA to jump through.

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MrSEC.com Power Rankings – 11/6/12

Week Ten is in the books and there’s been a little bit of shuffling up and down our Power Rankings’ chart.

As usual, we’ve placed each of the SEC’s 14 teams into one of four different categories.  Inside those categories, we list the teams alphabetically.  This isn’t the 1-14 simple list that everyone else does.  We like to be a little different.

Our rankings are based upon how well teams are currently playing, what they’ve accomplished to date, and what we believe each squad’s ceiling to be at this moment.

 

So without further ado, here are this week’s MrSEC.com Power Rankings:

 

National Title Contender

Alabama (9-0) – Last week, we showed you that teams outside the top four in the Week Three BCS standings have a slim chance of making it into the title game.  Just three teams out of 28 title contenders in the 14-year BCS era have made such a big jump in November.  For that reason, Bama is now the only SEC team we believe has a legitimate shot at winning the league’s seventh straight crown.  And after watching them rise from the dead in the final two minutes of Saturday’s game at Baton Rouge, it’s hard to picture anyone knocking Alabama off.  Upsets happen, but there’s an air of inevitability about the 2012 Tide team.  (Remaining games: Texas A&M, Western Carolina, Auburn)

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MrSEC.com’s Power Rankings – 12/23/12

Week Eight is in the books and there’s been a little bit of shuffling up and down our Power Rankings’ chart.

As usual, we’ve placed each of the SEC’s 14 teams into one of four different categories.  Inside those categories, we list the teams alphabetically.  This isn’t the 1-14 simple list that everyone else does.  We like to be a little different.

Our rankings are based upon how well teams are currently playing, what they’ve accomplished to date, and what we believe each squad’s ceiling to be at this moment.

 

So without further ado, here’s this week’s MrSEC.com Power Rankings:

 

National Title Contender

Alabama (7-0) –  Ex-Auburn coach Pat Dye says Bama is the best team he’s ever seen.  We’re still not quite sure if they’re better than last year’s squad or not.  This week they’ll be tested by an unbeaten Mississippi State team that does not beat itself.  Then they’ll travel to LSU.  Are they the best team in the country?  We think so.  Better than last year’s bunch?  We’ll know more in two weeks.

 

Florida (7-0) –  For all those who said ex-Nick Saban assistants don’t make good coaches, take a gander at the job Will Muschamp’s doing at Florida.  In Year Two — after a lot of attrition in Year One — the Gator’s head man has his team playing a smashmouth style of ball that’s suited perfectly for late-season action.  Run the ball, play good defense.  That’s been the recipe for most if not all of the SEC’s six straight BCS title-winners.  Very impressive work from Muschamp and crew.

 

LSU (7-1) –  Les Miles may not be perfect, but he darn sure knows how to field a tough-minded football team.  The Tigers suffered a painful loss at Florida three weeks ago but since then they’ve bounced back with a home win over South Carolina and a come-from-behind road win at Texas A&M.  The passing game is still nowhere near where it needs to be, but these Tigers once again control their own destiny in the SEC West.

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MrSEC.com’s Power Rankings – 10/16/12

Week Seven is in the books — or down the drain depending on which hot-seated coach you pull for — and there’s been a lot of moving up and down our Power Rankings’ chart.  Example: Check out the race for the basement in the SEC East right now.

As usual, we’ve placed each of the SEC’s 14 teams into one of four different categories.  Inside those categories, we list the teams alphabetically.  This isn’t the 1-14 simple list that everyone else does.  We like to be a little different.

Our rankings are based upon how well teams are currently playing, what they’ve accomplished to date, and what we believe each squad’s ceiling to be at this moment.

 

So without further ado, here’s this week’s MrSEC.com Power Rankings:

 

National Title Contender

Alabama (6-0) – Yawn.  Alabama body-slammed Missouri — literally and figuratively — last Saturday in Columbia and then learned on Sunday that they’re on top of this year’s first BCS rankings.  Same old story, same old song and dance.  Quarterback AJ McCarron banged up his knee, but he was apparently in good enough shape after the game to do this.  The Tide’s still rolling.

Florida (6-0) – The Gators didn’t look too hot on Saturday night at Vanderbilt, but I think that was a trap game wedged between emotional tilts with LSU and South Carolina.  Already #2 in the BCS, the Gators can really take control of things if they can best Steve Spurrier Saturday to set up a showdown with Georgia that could settle the SEC East race.

LSU (6-1) – Funny how good the Tigers can play when they’re not fumbling and tossing picks all over the yard.  Saturday’s win over Carolina was a biggie and it suddenly sets up November’s tilt with Alabama as the SEC West championship game again.  LSU still needs more consistency through the air, however.

South Carolina (6-1) — The fourth top 10 squad from the SEC to make the first BCS standings, Carolina couldn’t run the ball on LSU as Florida had done a week earlier.  But.  The Gamecocks went to Baton Rouge, failed to play their best game, and still lost only by two points.  Huge showdown this week in Gainesville as Spurrier returns to his alma mater.

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MrSEC.com’s Power Rankings – 10/9/12

Week Six is in the books and there’s been a lot of moving up and down our Power Rankings’ chart.  As usual, we’ve placed each of the SEC’s 14 teams into one of four different categories.  Inside those categories, we list the teams alphabetically.  This isn’t the 1-14 simple list that everyone else does.  We like to be a little different.

Our rankings are based upon how well teams are currently playing, what they’ve accomplished to date, and what we believe each squad’s ceiling to be at this moment.

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MrSEC.com’s Power Rankings – 10/2/12

Week Five is in the books and there’s not a lot of shake-up in our Power Rankings this week.  Two teams each slide up a category, but other than that… everyone stays the same.

As usual, we’ve placed each of the SEC’s 14 teams into one of four different categories.  Inside those categories, the teams are listed alphabetically.  This isn’t the standard 1-14 ranking that everyone else does because, uh, everyone else does that.  We like to be different.

Our rankings are based upon how well teams are currently playing, what they’ve accomplished to date, and what we believe their ceilings to be.

So without further ado, here are this week’s MrSEC.com Power Rankings:

 

National Title Contender

Alabama (5-0) –  Of the four teams in this category, Alabama probably had the easiest time with their foe last week, Ole Miss.  But “easiest” didn’t mean truly easy.  Texas rolled up 600 yards and 60+ points on the Rebels.  Bama won 33-14 and had to settle for four field goals.  The Crimson Tide defense had some trouble at times with Hugh Freeze’s hurry-up offense, t00.  We believe Nick Saban’s club to be the best in the land, but the Tide didn’t look like it on Saturday night.

Georgia (5-0) –  If the other teams in this category hadn’t had their own woes we’d have moved the Dawgs down a category this week.  UGA gave up nearly 500 yards of offense in a 51-44 shootout win over a Tennessee team that’s not won an SEC game in regulation since November of 2010.  Yes, the Vols have some good weapons on offense, but Georgia’s defense might not be equal to the sum of its parts.  They have stars all over, but those stars sure manage to give up a lot of big plays every week.  At least Aaron Murray and freshmen tailbacks Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall were on hand to finish of the Volunteers.

LSU (5-0) –  Here’s all you need to know: LSU 38, Towson 22.  That’s Towson of the FCS level, folks.  Les Miles’ team continues to make bonehead mistakes on offense — fumbles and penalties by the bushel — that will cost them eventually if they don’t stop making them.  Quarterback Zach Mettenberger has been fine, but he’s not been the savior many fans had been hoping for, either.  LSU’s 12-10 ugly win over Auburn two weeks ago was supposed to be a blip on the radar, a wake-up call, or some other cliche that you can drop in here.  But it wasn’t.  The Tigers have some issues.

South Carolina (5-0) –  Yet another SEC team ranked in the nation’s Top 10 that didn’t look the part last Saturday.  The Gamecocks actually trailed Kentucky and a true freshman quarterback 17-7 at the half and the score could have been worse.  Wisely, Steve Spurrier decided to let the legs of Marcus Lattimore and Connor Shaw take over in the second half and the Gamecocks zipped past the Wildcats as a result.  But not one of the league’s top four teams played a sharp, complete game on Saturday… Carolina included.

 

Top 25 Contender

Florida (4-0) –  The Gators “won” their open date by actually moving up into the Top 10 of the AP Poll this week.  With LSU coming to town for a CBS clash on Saturday, we’re about to learn a lot more about Will Muschamp’s second UF squad.  Can Jeff Driskel and Mike Gillislee put up yards and points against John Chavis’ defense?  Is Florida’s rush defense good enough to slow LSU’s second-best-in-the-SEC tailback corps?  From a statistics standpoint, LSU has the edge.  But the Tigers haven’t been playing well of late.  If UF gets the win on its home turf on Saturday, expect them to move up a category and steal LSU’s slot by this time next week.

Mississippi State (4-0) –  The Bulldogs had last weekend off so we’re still left with the same questions we’ve had all year about Dan Mullen’s team.  Are they good because they’ve played bad teams?  Are they good because they rank #1 nationally in turnover margin (plus-13)?  Are they getting turnovers because they’ve played bad teams?  Or has feasting on cupcakes built the confidence of the squad and pushed them forward in Mullen’s rebuilding project?  Don’t expect to find out for sure this week when they face yet another bad team in Kentucky.

Texas A&M (3-1) –  Finally, one of the two risers in this week’s rankings.  The Aggies have beaten three teams but we need to be honest about who they’ve played — SMU (1-3 with no wins over FBS teams), Arkansas (1-4 with no wins over FBS teams), and South Carolina State (a 2-3 FCS team).  That’s right, A&M hasn’t beaten a team that’s beaten another FBS-level team.  The one good foe the Ags did face was Florida and the Gators stifled them in the second half of that game to escape Kyle Field with a win.  All that said, quarterback Johnny Manziel is putting up very special numbers.  His arms and legs — he topped the 500-yard mark by himself on Saturday — and some newfound confidence might make TAMU a little more dangerous than we initially expected.

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MrSEC.com’s Power Rankings – 9/25/12

Week Four is now behind us and we’ve got a few shake-ups in this week’s MrSEC.com Power Rankings.  Below you’ll find that we’ve place each of the SEC’s 14 teams into one of four different categories.

Now, it’s amazing that we would have to explain this, but judging from the ugly emails we’ve received the last couple of weeks… we do.  First, we aren’t ranking the teams 1-14.  If we were, you’d see the numbers 1-14 beside the squads’ names.  Second, if you notice, we list the teams alphabetically inside each category.  So Vandy fans, before you start crying that we’ve ranked your team as the worst in the league, we haven’t.  We’ve just lumped you into the bottom category along with Kentucky — K before V, ya see? — because at this moment we believe the loser of that game will finish on bottom of the SEC East.  Four categories to rank the teams.  All alphabetical within the categories.

For the 99.9% who already grasped that, we apologize that you had to sit through that last paragraph.

As always, these rankings are based upon how well teams are currently playing, what we’ve seen from them to date, and what we believe their ceilings to be.

So without further ado, this week’s Power Rankings:

 

National Title Contender

Alabama (4-0) –  The Crimson Tide kicked another nonconference tomato can over the weekend.  Now they’ll jump back into the SEC schedule with Ole Miss.  After seeing what Texas did to the Rebels, it’s hard to imagine Bama having much trouble on Saturday.  If there’s a better team in the country, we haven’t seen it.  The Tide keeps right on rolling.

Georgia (4-0) –  Yes, it was only Vanderbilt, but the Bulldogs took care of business with Sopranos-style coldness in Saturday’s 48-3 drubbing.  UGA has put 40+ on the scoreboard in each of its first four games — anybody want Mike Bobo’s head right now? — and the Dawgs defense is expected to get starters Alec Ogletree and Bacarri Rambo back on Saturday.  Remember, this team has been whipping opponents with multiple starters missing games.  How good might Georgia be when 100%?

LSU (4-0) –  We’re going to chalk up last week’s two-point win over previously unimpressive Auburn as a product of a tough road environment at Jordan-Hare Stadium and some key mistakes — namely penalties and turnovers.  But as good as the Tigers have looked at times, they continue to make those aforementioned key mistakes.  Against a better team than Auburn, the Tigers might have fallen on Saturday.

South Carolina (4-0) –  Now that was impressive.  Carolina’s beatdown of Missouri showed us that Lorenzo Ward does indeed have a championship-caliber defense in Columbia (which is why USC moves up a category this week).  The offense may not be consistent — one week it’s Marcus Lattimore running, the next its Dylan Thompson passing, the next its Connor Shaw passing — but USC has the weaponry to get the job done week after week.  Against another title contender like Georgia or LSU, the Cocks might have to be more consistent and more balanced, but for now, leaning on a different offensive star each week is good enough.

 

Top 25 Contender

Florida (4-0) –  Little more than two weeks ago, the Gators had sputtered through an ugly win over Bowling Green and were trailing Texas A&M at halftime of their SEC opener.  Then Will Muschamp told his defenders to stop rushing Aggie QB Johnny Manziel and UF hasn’t looked back.  We don’t view Florida as a contender for the national crown just yet, but if they keep on keepin’ on, you never know.

Mississippi State (4-0) –  Another week, another unimpressive win over another unimpressive foe.  Before any maroon-wearing fans send us emails, even Dan Mullen has said his team hasn’t played a complete game yet.  After an open date this week, State will travel to Kentucky and then host a Tennessee team that to date hasn’t won an SEC game outside the Volunteer State under Derek Dooley.  Toss in another pastry (MTSU) and the Dogs could be 7-0 before facing Alabama.  Nice, but we need to see a big win over a good team before State moves up in our rankings.

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MrSEC.com’s Power Rankings – 9/18/12

Week Three of the football season is in the books — man, it moves fast — and the overall picture is coming into better focus.  Below, you’ll find MrSEC.com’s official power rankings in which we’ve placed the SEC’s 14 teams into four different categories.

As always, these rankings are based upon on how well teams are currently playing, what we’ve seen from them to date, and what we believe their ceilings to be.

That said, here are this week’s power rankings…

 

National Title Contender

Alabama (3-0) — The Crimson Tide are frighteningly/surprisingly good for a squad that lost so many A-list defensive talents to the NFL in April.  Right now, whose program appears to be more of an unstoppable force: Nick Saban’s Alabama football program or John Calipari’s Kentucky basketball program?  They’re both juggernauts.

LSU (3-0) — Another week, another blowout win.  The Tigers really haven’t been tested to date and that includes a beatdown of what’s expected to be a decent Washington team two weeks ago.  Odds are the Tigers and Tide will both be undefeated and ranked 1-2 when Bama arrives in Baton Rouge early in November.

Georgia (3-0) — The Bulldogs are ranked fifth in one poll and sixth in the other.  Still, they’re not to the level of Alabama or LSU at this point and it seems that just something — just a little something — is still yet to be brought to the surface.  The Dawgs are a good team… a very good team.  But they’re not quite a great team just yet.

 

Top 25 Contender

Florida (3-0) – The Gators and Will Muschamp proved last weekend — for the second week in a row — that they now know how to make good second-half adjustments.  While many of UF’s big plays on Saturday can be attributed to a particularly porous Tennessee defense, there’s no debating the rapid development of quarterback Jeff Driskel.  He might not have been able to pull away from Jacoby Brissett in offseason practices, but Driskel’s certainly proving to be a A+ gameday player.

Mississippi State (3-0) – The Bulldogs are unbeaten and have a chance of making it all the way to 7-0 before facing Alabama.  That puts State in our Top 25 category.  But MSU’s wins have come against Jackson State (FCS), Auburn (bad), and Troy (in a too-close-for-comfort win on Saturday).  We don’t know whether to buy State or just its creampuff schedule.

Missouri (2-1) – The Tigers got a big win on Saturday night without starting quarterback James Franklin.  But it wasn’t easy.  If Franklin’s shoulder will allow him to get back in the lineup and stay on the field the rest of the way, Mizzou could be a Top 25 team.  If Franklin’s injury haunts him all season, then its likely Missouri will fall into the next category down.

South Carolina (3-0) – Who are these guys?  Yes, the defense is outstanding, but the offense has been all over the map.  When QB Connor Shaw went down against Vanderbilt, Marcus Lattimore’s ground attack took over.  The next week, Dylan Thompson grabbed the starting quarterback gig and the Cocks looked like a Fun ‘N Gun pass-first team.  Then last weekend, Carolina rolled over UAB with Shaw and Thompson both playing.  But like Mississippi State, are the Cocks really great or just a product of an easy early schedule?  If we could see USC’s offense perform the same way two weeks in a row, we might be able to move Steve Spurrier’s club up a category.  But for now, we’ll keep them at the high end of the Top 25 category.

 

Bowl Game Contender

Arkansas (1-2) – Yep, even though the Razorbacks appear to be on the verge of a Chernobyl-style meltdown, Tyler Wilson can make a big, big difference for this squad.  There won’t be any championships to win — not with that defense — but the Hogs can still have a decent year and go bowling if their quarterback stays healthy and if John L. Smith can keep his players from quitting on him.  Arkansas was in our Top 25 category last week.

Tennessee (2-1) – The not-ready-for-primetime players showed on Saturday that they’re probably going to be just what we thought they’d be at the season’s start: A seven- or eight-win team that is carried by quarterback Tyler Bray, has a lackluster run game, and will struggle with big plays as it switches from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense.  Like Arkansas, the Vols dropped a level in this week’s rankings.

Texas A&M (1-1) — The Aggies were expected to be a team that leaned heavily on a solid offensive line and a deep stable of running backs led by Christine Michael.  Instead, the Aggies have been driven by the arm and legs of redshirt freshman Johnny Manziel.  If he can keep improving, A&M can compete for a bowl in Kevin Sumlin’s first season in College Station.  If the O-line starts to live up to expectations it would help matters further.

 

Basement Contender

Auburn (1-2) – Cue the hate mail from Auburn fans, but the Tigers just don’t look good right now.  If not for a Hail Mary touchdown at the end of the first half on Saturday, Gene Chizik’s bunch could easily have lost to Louisiana-Monroe and fallen to 0-3 overall.  If Auburn played in the SEC East, we’d list them as a bowl contender (as we did last week).  But three weeks in, we look at their SEC West schedule and foresee the Tigers battling Ole Miss to stay out of the cellar.

Kentucky (1-2) — The Wildcats can’t stop the run.  Not against Louisville, Kent State or Western Kentucky.  Knowing that, Maxwell Smith can’t throw four interceptions — even when he’s asked to pass 60 times as he was over the weekend.  And judging by how things have gone against the U of L and WKU, it’s probably a good thing Joker Phillips didn’t put in-state Transylvania on the Wildcats’ schedule.

Ole Miss (2-1) – Welcome back to Earth, Rebels.  After a spirited start to the 2012 campaign, Texas provided a cold splash of reality on Saturday night.  Bo Wallace and Hugh Freeze have impressed us overall, but the roster’s just too darn bad to expect much more than a sixth- or seventh-place finish in the West Division.

Vanderbilt (1-2) — The Commodores unveiled a new quarterback last week and coach James Franklin says his team’s season started with last week’s win.  That’s right, he’s literally acting as if his team’s losses to Carolina and Northwestern did not occur.  But a 58-0 win over the smallest school in FCS football — the Blue Hose of Presbyterian College — doesn’t impress us.  For now it looks like the loser of UK/Vandy will wind up in the East basement.

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MrSEC.com’s Power Rankings – 9/4/12

Week One is in the books and we’re ready to unveil our Power Rankings for the Southeastern Conference.  Rather than a 1-14 countdown, we break teams down into four categories based on how well they’re playing, what we’ve seen to date, and what we believe their ceiling to be.

Here goes…

 

National Title Contender

Alabama (1-0) –  Are you kidding?  Bama almost got caused us to start another category called “National Title Favorite.”

LSU (1-0) –  The Tigers hammered North Texas as expected.  They can still run the ball, play defense, and they even found a punt returner to replace Tyrann Mathieu.

 

Top 25 Contender

Arkansas (1-0) –  The defense still needs some work, but as long as Tyler Wilson is upright, the Hogs will be a Top 25-caliber team.

Georgia (1-0) –  If UGA can get past Missouri this weekend, they’ll find themselves the SEC East favorite as expected.

Mississippi State (1-0) –  Jackson State was hardly a test, but until we see otherwise, Dan Mullen’s squad lands on the cusp of our Top 25 category.  This week’s game with Auburn will tell us a lot more.

Missouri (1-0) –  SE Louisiana was hardly a… wait, just wrote that above.  Georgia on Saturday provides a litmus test.

South Carolina (1-0) –  If Connor Shaw can stay healthy and Carolina can develop a passing a game, the Cocks have the defense to be a Top 25 team.  If not, then all those preseason Top 10 predictions can probably be forgotten.

Tennessee (1-0) –  With the exception of Alabama, no one had a better coming out party than Tennessee.

 

Bowl Game Contender

Auburn (0-1) –  Ugh.  The passing game was poor and the defense was shoddy.  Still, the Tigers hung around with Clemson.  Beat MSU on Saturday and we may move them up a category.

Florida (1-0) –  Gator fans had better hope UF was going vanilla against Bowling Green on Saturday or else Will Muschamp might have another struggle on his hands this year.

Texas A&M (0-0) –  Benefit of the doubt.  They haven’t played yet, but Saturday — against Florida — will get an idea of what the Aggies bring to the SEC table.

Vanderbilt (0-1) –  They’ve still got to get over the hump in close games, but Steve Spurrier’s “they don’t have any slow dudes like they used to” comment resonates.

 

Basement Contender

Kentucky (0-1) –  Yikes.  If the defense doesn’t improve it could be an ugly, ugly year in the Commonwealth.

Ole Miss (1-0) –  Hugh Freeze got his first win and Bo Wallace announced his arrival, but Central Arkansas threw all over the Rebels on Saturday.  That doesn’t bode well for the future.

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