Sunday, October 9, 2011

SEC Football

It's all shaping up nicely in the SEC West.  The November 5 LSU/Alabama game at Tuscaloosa should decide the division.  The top two teams in the country both looked impressive Saturday; LSU beat up on the Florida team Alabama destroyed last week and Alabama shut out Vandy.

The East is a little more complicated.  South Carolina and Georgia are tied at 3-1 in conference action.  South Carolina has the edge after winning the head-to-head matchup last month.  But Florida is lurking at 2-2 with games still upcoming against the leaders.  South Carolina dismantled dismal Kentucky and Georgia handled Tennessee to give Coach Richt his 100th career victory.

If you're a praying person, put in a few words for the Ole Miss Rebels.  They're 2-3 overall and 0-2 in the conference.  They were off this week, but play Alabama, Arkansas and Auburn the next three weeks and then LSU a couple of weeks later.  Their November 5 game against Kentucky will probably determine the worst team in the league, depending on how the rest of the year goes for Vandy.

Week Six Scores:

#1 LSU 41, #17 Florida 11
#2 Alabama 34, Vanderbilt 0
#10 Arkansas 38, #15 Auburn 14
#18 South Carolina 54, Kentucky 3
Georgia 20, Tennessee 12
Mississippi State 21, Alabama-Birmingham 3
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